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Christa Dewi is well-known for her work in program management, non-governmental organization development, and research. Christa, who is currently the Secretary of the Center for Tropical Medicine Faculty of Medicine, Public Health, and Nursing at Universitas Gadjah Mada, has come a long way. After completing a Bachelor of Public Health at Universitas Airlangga, she flew to Australia to complete a Master of Nursing at Charles Darwin University and a PhD in Public Health at The University of Sydney. After returning to Indonesia, she is now concentrating her research efforts on HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis. Therefore, she was involved as a field coordinator for the HIV Awal (Early) Testing and Treatment Indonesia (HATI) Project and published a bunch of papers related to tuberculosis in many reputable international journals. As a result, she worked as a field coordinator for the HIV Awal (Early) Testing and Treatment Indonesia (HATI) Project, Head of Technical Service at Yayasan KNCV Indonesia, and published numerous papers on tuberculosis in prestigious international journals.
- An asset-based intervention with Tuberculosis groups in rural Indonesia villages: Overview and lessons learned (2018)
- Improving knowledge and behaviours related to the cause, transmission and prevention of Tuberculosis and early case detection: A descriptive study of community led Tuberculosis program in Flores, Indonesia. (2016)
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