dr. Indah Suci Widyahening, M.S., M.Sc-CMFM, PhD

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Dr. Indah S Widyahening is an Associate Professor in the Community Medicine Department of Universitas Indonesia, with special expertise in Family Medicine and Primary Health Care, Clinical Epidemiology and Evidence-based Medicine. After she completed her medical training in Universitas Indonesia, she obtained a Master of Science in Occupational Health and Safety in Universitas Indonesia, then a Master of Science in Clinical Medicine – Family Medicine from the School of Medicine, University of the Philippines, Manila. She also received a PhD in Clinical Epidemiology from the University Medical Center Utrecht, the Netherlands.

Since 2006, Dr. Widyahening has been coordinated and participated in several nation-wide projects on diabetes including development of guidelines for primary care physicians, development of model for diabetes management in primary health care, training of health professions in management of diabetes and its complications, community empowerment on Non-communicable Diseases (NCD) risks prevention and detection, early detection of tuberculosis and diabetes co-morbidity, as well as developing the screening model for diabetes gestational in primary care. The projects were collaboration with various stakeholders such as the Indonesian Society of Endocrinology, the Indonesian Pediatric Association, the Ministry of Health as well as international organization such as the World Diabetes Foundation.

As a member of the Bernard Lown Scholars in Cardiovascular Health Program 2020 she becomes affiliated to the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health while holds position as the Research Manager of the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization Regional Center for Food and Nutrition (SEAMEO RECFON). She is also advising the Directorate of Non-communicable Diseases of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia in initiating the Healthy Campus program in four universities and other primary prevention programs on NCDs.