Ns. Suryane Sulistiana Susanti, S.Kep, M.A, Ph.D

Tentang Saya (About Me)

Suryane (Lilis) Susanti is a lecturer at the Faculty of Nursing at Syiah Kuala University from 2006. She has a Bachelor degree in Nursing and finished her Ners programme from Nursing Faculty of Syiah Kuala University in 2006. In 2008 Lilis completed her Master degree of Health Management, Planning and Policy at the University of Leeds UK. She then continued her Doctoral studies at the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work, the University of Manchester in 2010. She obtained her PhD Degree in 2014 and researched on "Community Participation in Improving Maternal Health" using Qualitative methods especially Grounded Theory for her dissertation topics.



Lilis has an experience as PostDoctoral Research Fellow at School of Healthcare, University of Leeds, UK from 2014-2015. She worked on the project of Engaging Partners in Childbirth for prevention of Mother-To-Child Transmission of HIV (EPOCH): preliminary work for a randomised controlled trial in Kenya and Malawi funded by Medical Research Council (MRC) and Evaluation of Birth Matters Clinic (BMC) project looking at the experience of Birth Matters Clinic from the perspective of both women as service user and the midwives/doctors as service provider; also to identify ways in which the service could be improved. 



Lilis aiming to contribute on Global Maternal and Community Health Education and her research interests including: Maternal and Women’s Health, Sexual and Reproductive Health, Family and Community Health and Evidence Based Practice.



 

 




email suryane.s.susanti[at]unsyiah.ac.id

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Publikasi (Publications)

Jurnal (Journals)


Susanti, S., Furber, C., Lavender, T., 2014, Community Participation in Improving Maternal Health: A Grounded Theory Study in Aceh Indonesia, Sexual reproductive Health, , , Suryane Susanti.

Prosiding (Proceedings)

Susanti, S., Furber, C., Lavender, T., 2013, "Maternal Death: The elephant in the Room" A Grounded Theory of Community's Perceptions and Experiences of Maternal Death in Aceh, Indonesia, Global Women's Health Conference, Global Women's Health Conference, Birmingham, Inggris, 1st November 2013, Birmingham, , 0, .