Dr. Agus Setiawan

Community Health Specialist

Agus Setiawan is a community health nurse with specialization in community based intervention, child health, access to health care, human resource for health, and health inequalities. Being both academician and public health practitioner, he has a mixed experience of generating evidence, and translating it into programs and policies.

Project management, planning, monitoring and evaluation, report writing.
Research: research design and proposal development, household and institutional based survey, operational research, qualitative studies, manuscript preparation.
Software for research and data analysis: NVivo, SPSS
Capacity building: training module and curriculum development, training for health workers

  • Setiawan, A., Dignam, D., Waters, C., Dawson, A. (2016). Improving access to child health care in Indonesia through Community Case Management. Maternal and Child Health Journal. DOI 10.1007/s10995-016-2149-z [Abstract] [Request Full Text]
  • Setiawan, A., Waters, C., Dignam, D. & Dawson, A. 2013, ‘Enhancing care access: Reducing infant mortality in Indonesia through Community Case Management’, 4th International Congress on Paediatric Nursing, Australian College of Children & Young People’s Nurses, Melbourne, p. 51.
  • Nurrachmah, E., Setiawan, A. (2003). The relationships between learning method, participation of the clinical educators and the clinical performance of nurse students as perceived by bachelor nursing students. Indonesian Nursing Journal, 7(2).

Other Research/ Consultancies
  • 2017, Integrated U2 Children Program Evaluation in Palu. Final Evaluation conducted for INVOLVE Project, WVI Indonesia (ongoing)
  • 2016 – present, Situation Analysis of Child Marriage, Teenage Pregnancy and Female Genital Mutilation in Rembang. Research conducted for Plan International Indonesia (ongoing)
  • 2016, Youth Tobacco Survey in Depok City. Research conducted for Depok City Health Office
  • 2016, Neonatal Mentorships Program Evaluation in Papua and West Papua. Research conducted for UNICEF Indonesia
  • 2008, Phenomenology study on family experience in caring for elderly with grieving in Depok, West Java Indonesia.
  • 2001, Student perception on the implementation of community nursing curriculum in Faculty of Nursing University of Indonesia. University of Indonesia: Jakarta