I am a public policy and social change specialist with focus on population health and well-being. I works on many aspects of population health particularly child health, mother health, family well-being, and elderly people health and well-being in Indonesia. I graduated with a MA and PhD from University of Manchester UK.
My recent work includes working on two research projects. Firstly, the Smart Health implementation study in Malang District Indonesia and Hayana district India, funded by Pfizer USA. This project aims to implement Smart Health application to help people with high risk of cardiovascular diseases. Random control trials were conducted to evaluate the effectiveness of the program in Malang district government. This project is conducted together with George Institute Sidney, AU, University of Manchester, and New Delhi University, India. The second project examines social gradients of health and quality of life among older people in Indonesia and is funded by AUSAID.
Sujarwoto S & Tampubolon G. (2016). Spatial inequality and internet divide in Indonesia 2010-2012. Telecommunication Policy.
Sujarwoto S & Tampubolon G. (2015), Inflammatory markers and physical performance in middle-aged and older people in Indonesia, Age and Ageing 44 (4), 610-645.
Sujarwoto S & Tampubolon G. (2015), Decentralisation and Citizen Happiness: A Multilevel Analysis of Self-rated Happiness in Indonesia, Journal of Happiness Studies 16 (2), 455-475.
Sujarwoto S & Tampubolon G. (2013). Mothers’ social capital and child health in Indonesia. Social Science & Medicine 91,1–9.