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Luthfi Azizatunnisa’ is a researcher at the Center for Tropical Medicine and a lecturer at Gadjah Mada University’s Faculty of Medicine, Public Health, and Nursing’s Department of Health Behavior, Environment, and Social Medicine (UGM). She has an undergraduate degree in medicine and a master’s degree in public health. She earned his master’s degree from the same university through WHO-Special TDR’s Program of Implementation Research in Tropical Diseases. Since graduation, she has been involved in several TB studies. She received a fellowship from the Australia Awards for short-term programs related to the prevention and eradication of Tuberculosis which were held at the Menzies School of Health Research, Darwin and at the Burnet Institute, Melbourne. Currently she is also involved in various studies at the HDSS management team and the WHO TDR Implementation Research Program Management Team. She received an Australia Awards fellowship for short-term programs related to tuberculosis prevention and eradication at the Menzies School of Health Research in Darwin and the Burnet Institute in Melbourne. She is currently involved in a number of studies with the HDSS management team and the WHO TDR Implementation Research Program Management Team.
- A light touch intervention with a heavy lift – gender, space and risk in a global vaccination programme (2022)
- Maintaining Polio-Free Status in Indonesia During the COVID-19 Pandemic (2022)
- Development, Implementation, and Evaluation of a New Course on Essential Skills for Women’s Leadership in Global Health (2022)
Center for Tropical Medicine
Department of Health Behaviour Environment and Social Medicine