Meningkatkan Intervensi PTM di Asia Tenggara / Scalling-up NCD Interventions in South-East Asia (SUNI-SEA)

Melalui penelitian berbasis bukti di Indonesia, Myanmar dan Vietnam, SUNI-SEA akan membantu menginformasikan bagaimana meningkatkan strategi untuk mengatasi penyakit tidak menular secara efektif.

 

Latest findings

from retrospective phase

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Nov 20

SUNI-SEA scientific posters

SUNI-SEA researchers had developed four posters to showcase the project with concise rationale, research questions, methodology and updates from the reseach implementation in Southeast Asia. They were presented in a poster competition at the GACD Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) 2020.


11
Sep 20

10 key takeaways from SUNI-SEA retrospective study

In the first year of the project, SUNI-SEA researchers investigated what is currently taking place in the country, what is effective and what is cost-effective. This is a summary of key lessons learnt from our retrospective study.


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A worldwide health concern

Penyakit tidak menular atau PTM merupakan masalah kesehatan dunia khususnya di negara-negara berkembang. Di negara-negara Asia Tenggara, lebih dari separuh jumlah angka kematian disebabkan oleh PTM.
0% INDONESIA
0% MYANMAR
0% VIETNAM

Source: World Health Organization – Noncommunicable Diseases (NCD) Country Profiles, 2018.

NCD Interventions

Will synergies between community-based activities and primary health care services enhance impact on health?

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SUNI-SEA

In Vietnam, our first training course on NCD prevention and management was successfully organised in Ninh Binh.

During this 4-day training (12-15 January 2021), participants from primary health centres, intergenerational self-help clubs and associations of the elderly have been equipped with knowledge on effective screening, control, and prevention of hypertension and diabetes, and how to effectively integrate cummunity-based activities with primary care facilities to optimise NCD prevention.

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