2021 Indonesia Update. In sickness and in health: diagnosing Indonesia

CONFERENCE PROGRAM

Times displayed below are in Waktu Indonesia Barat (WIB) or GMT+7 and in Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST) which is GMT+10.

DAY ONE: Wednesday 15 September

Time (WIB) Time (AEST) Topic and speakers
10am 1pm OPENING REMARKS
Brian Schmidt (Vice Chancellor, The Australian National University) tbc
WELCOMING REMARKS
Senator the Hon Zed Seselja (Minister for International Development and the Pacific)
Chair: Blane Lewis (The Australian National University)
10.10am 1.10pm POLITICAL UPDATE
Chair: Greg Fealy (The Australian National University)
The pandemic as opportunity: Jokowi’s Indonesia in the time of COVID-19
Charlotte Setijadi (Singapore Management University)
Discussant: Nava Nuraniyah (The Australian National University)
Q&A
11.25am 2.25pm Tea break
11.50am 2.50pm ECONOMICS UPDATE
Chair: Arianto Patunru (The Australian National University)
The impact of COVID-19 pandemic on poverty and inequality in Indonesia
Asep Suryahadi (The SMERU Research Institute)
Ridho Al Izzati (The SMERU Research Institute)
Athia Yumna (The SMERU Research Institute)
Discussant: James P Villafuerte (Asian Development Bank)
Q&A
1.05pm 4.05pm PANEL 1. Health system reforms
Chair: Liza Munira (The Australian National University)
Post-pandemic trajectory of health reforms
Laksono Trisnantoro (Universitas Gadjah Mada and the Indonesian Ministry of Health)
The changing role of the state in health policy: a comparative perspective
Azad Singh Bali (The Australian National University)
Q&A
2pm 5pm END OF DAY 1

DAY TWO: Thursday 16 September

Time (WIB) Time (AEST) Topic and speakers
10am 1pm WELCOMING REMARKS
HE Penny Williams Australian Ambassador for Indonesia
10.05am 1.05pm PANEL 2. Navigating health transition in Indonesia: challenges and lessons learned
Chair: Kirsten Bishop (Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade)
Navigating access to healthcare in Indonesia: a socio-structural analysis
I Nyoman Sutarsa (The Australian National University)
Eliminating dengue in Yogyakarta, Indonesia: lessons learned from public health innovation
Adi Utarini (Universitas Gadjah Mada)
Transformed primary health care in COVID-19 response: the case of PUSPA intervention in West Java, Indonesia
Diah Saminarsih (World Health Organization and CISDI)
Q&A
11.35am 2.35pm Tea break
12pm 3pm PANEL 3. Health transition in Indonesia: data challenges, surveillance and innovations
Chair: Ariane Utomo (The University of Melbourne)
Health data quality and implications
Terry Hull (The Australian National University)
Challenges and realities of COVID-19 data quality: 18 months of pandemic in Indonesia
Iqbal Elyazar (Eijkman Institute)
Irma Hidayana (LaporCOVID-19)
Lenny Ekawati (Eijkman Institute and Oxford University)
Ahmad Arif (LaporCOVID-19)
Ahmad Nurhasim (The Conversation Indonesia)
Q&A
1pm 4pm PANEL 4. Towards equitable healthcare
Chair: Sharyn Graham Davies (Monash University)
Impact of COVID-19 on maternal and child health programs: a case study for strengthening the health system
Tiara Marthias (Universitas Gadjah Mada)
Yodi Mahendradhata (Universitas Gadjah Mada)
The right to health and the politics of health policy in post-New Order Indonesia
Andrew Rosser (The University of Melbourne)
Luky Djani (Universitas Pembangunan Nasional Veteran Jakarta)
Q&A
2pm 5pm END OF DAY 2

DAY THREE: Friday 17 September

Time (WIB) Time (AEST) Topic and speakers
10am 1pm WELCOMING REMARKS
HE Y Kristianto S Legowo (Indonesian Ambassador to Australia and Vanuatu)
10.05am 1.05pm PANEL 5. Health outcomes in the life course
Chair: Diahhadi Setyonaluri (Universitas Indonesia)
Liberation for mental health
Ade W Prastyani (Universitas Gadjah Mada)
Maternal health: past, present and moving forward
Salut Muhidin (Macquarie University)
Jerico Pardosi (Queensland University of Technology)
Disability in Indonesia
Diana Contreras Suárez (The University of Melbourne)
Lisa Cameron (The University of Melbourne)
Q&A
11.35am 2.35pm Tea break
12.45pm 3.45pm PANEL 6. Public procurement and private markets: the political economy of health care provision
Chair: Hellena Souisa (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
The tale of two policies: the political economy of hospitals, medical specialists and the role of private sector
Andreasta Meliala (Universitas Gadjah Mada)
Pill pushers: politics, money and the quality of medicine in Indonesia
Elizabeth Pisani (The George Institute for Global Health)
Aksari Dewi (The George Institute for Global Health)
Relmbuss Biljers Fanda (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
Amalia Hasnida (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
Q&A
1.45pm 4.45pm CLOSING REFLECTION
Chair: Firman Witoelar (The Australian National University)
Can the biggest healthcare crisis in modern history trigger changes in Indonesia’s healthcare system?
Ines Atmosukarto (The Australian National University)
2pm 5pm END OF CONFERENCE

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