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Trisasi Lestari is a medical doctor who specializes in epidemiology, hospital administration, and implementation research. Several implementation research fellowship programs organized by the WHO/TDR and the Alliance for Health Policy and System Research provided her with knowledge and skills in implementation research. Trisasi has over a decade of research and teaching experience. Her research focuses primarily on healthcare quality improvement, particularly tuberculosis control. She also collaborated with local stakeholders, national and international institutions/researchers, resulting in significant improvements to the study sites, as well as producing policy briefs and peer-reviewed publications. With this success, she has a very strong background in education. She gained her MD at Universitas Gadjah Mada and her Master of Medical Science at Umea University, Sweden. Currently she is pursuing her PhD at Menzies School of Health Research, Global Health, Darwin, Australia.
- Impacts of tuberculosis services strengthening and the COVID-19 pandemic on case detection and treatment outcomes in Mimika District, Papua, Indonesia: 2014–2021 (2022)
- Strengthening government’s response to COVID-19 in Indonesia: A modified Delphi study of medical and health academics (2022)
- Priority Activities in Child and Adolescent Tuberculosis to Close the Policy-Practice Gap in Low- and Middle-Income Countries (2022)
Center for Tropical Medicine