Patient and public involvement in research in Indonesia
|Dates:||18 May 2023|
|Times:||09:00 - 11:00|
|What is it:||Workshop|
|Organiser:||Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health|
|Who is it for:||University staff, Adults, Current University students|
|Speaker:||Mr Agus Sugianto, Dr Irmansyah , Mr Osse Kiki|
Our project builds on strong partnerships between the University of Manchester, the University of Indonesia and Manchester Metropolitan University.
It directly addresses two research priorities identified through collaboration with local Indonesian community groups. It is supported by the Indonesia Workforce Council at the Ministry of Health, and the Directors of Mental Health and Primary Care in Indonesia.
Our group aims to improve health and productivity in Indonesia by increasing the availability and accessibility of evidence-based treatments for adults living with anxiety and depression.
- Mr. Agus Sugianto: The Power of Lived Experience in Research - Moving from Practical Insights to Optimal Engagement Strategies.
- Dr. Irmansyah: The Role of Patient and Public Involvement in Research
- Mr. Osse Kiki: Research Experience with PPI in Indonesia
This session is being carried out as part of STAND-Indonesia; an NIHR funded global health research group on sustainable care for depression/anxiety in Indonesia.
The session will take place online via Zoom, register to attend.
Mr Agus Sugianto
Organisation: University of Manchester
Organisation: National Research and Innovation Agency (BRIN) Republic of Indonesia
Mr Osse Kiki
Role: Mental Health Programme Specialist
Organisation: Indonesian Schizophrenia Care Community (KPSI)
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