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Evidence to Policy Fellowship Program

We welcome you, our fellow

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A. Introduction

The majority of health policies in Indonesia were created as a result of policymakers’ political goals, assumption and sometimes we hardly find a policy informed by evidence. Indonesia has 34 provinces within 514 local authorities; therefore, this large number could become a great barrier to decide which policy will be suitable for most subnational levels and what policy should be customize to local context. Understanding these reasons, CHPM have been establishing a network named Jaringan Kebijakan Kesehatan Indonesia (in English Translation “Indonesian Health Policy Network”) and aiming to support the subnational and local government and researchers. From our experience collaborating with another university or research centers, we found out that Indonesian Health researchers are struggling to provide evidence-informed policy recommendations and developing their strategy to engage with local stakeholders (policymakers). Based on these considerations, CHPM aims to establish a Policy Fellowship Program.

B. Purpose and learning objectives

CHPM aims to establish a Policy Fellowship Program with the following objectives:

  1. Promote evidence-informed policy to all fellow
  2. Build the capacity of selected fellows in producing quality policy research and analysis, as well as produce knowledge translation product.

C. Benefits of Program

  Policy makers Researchers
Individual Mentee
  1. Improving their knowledge, awareness, competencies and skills regarding knowledge translation process and its products.
  2. Fostering their ability to assess needs, synthesize and communicate their products from a policy lens.
  3. A future career investment for networking and knowledge
 
  1. Improving their knowledge, awareness, competencies and skills regarding knowledge translation process and its products.
  2. Fostering their ability to assess needs, synthesize and communicate their products from a policy lens.
  3. A future career investment for networking and knowledge
Home Institution of Mentee
  1. Having a staff with knowledge translation competencies.
  2. Being able to deal with health research and product knowledge appropriately.
  3. Promoting their policy is based on evidence (Institution Branding)
  1. Having a staff with knowledge translation competencies.
  2. Disseminating his/her knowledge to their co-workers
  3. Their knowledge product is ready to be delivered to potential policy maker.

D. Mentors and Participant 

Name Pirotiy Topic Institutions Province
Agus Fitriangga, MPH Tuberkulosis (TB) Universitas Tanjungpura Kalimantan Barat
Stevie Ardianto Nappoe, MPH KIA Save the Childern Indonesia Nusa Tenggara Timur
Kasman Makkasau, M.Kes JKN Dinas Kesehatan Kota Parepare Sulawesi Selatan

Team for Fellowship Program

  1. Mentor: Andreasta Meliala (Director of CHPM)
  2. Instructors:
    1. Shita Dewi (Director of Program Fellowship and Health training specialist)
    2. Clara Abou Samra, MPH, An Evidence Lead Specialist at the Knowledge to Policy (K2P) Center at AUB
    3. Rana Saleh MPH, The Advocacy and Evidence Lead Specialist at the Knowledge to Policy (K2P) Center at FHS-AUB
    4. Rayane Nasreddine, Communication Officer at the Knowledge to Policy (K2P) Center at FHS-AUB
  3. Facilitators: Relmbuss Fanda, Tri Muhartini, Agus Salim and Kurnia Putri Utomo

E. Time and method of activity

Date : August, 10 – 28 2020
Time : 10.00 – 14.30 WIB
Link Zoom : will be provided with a following email
Person in charge : Shita Listya Dewi

F. Agenda Timetables

DAY 1

Day 1: Program Introduction

  1. To be introduced to the mentorship and the policy fellowship program
  2. To discuss fellowship program deeply and impact of it with fellows in a one on one meeting
  3. To understand the contract between Fellows member and CHPM
Time Activity Speacker / PIC
Introduction: Evidence to Policy: A Policy Fellowship Program: (August 10, 2020)
13.00 – 14.30

Welcome Participant and Program Introduction 

  •  Purpose of Mentorship program
  •  Mentorship Team
  •  Fellow Deliverables
  •  Timeline for evaluation
  •  Course Rundown
Dr, dr Andreasta Meliala, MARS
Fellow oriented discussion: Follow up interviews with Fellows
13.00 – 14.30 (12 Agustus 2020)

Discussing about program deeply with fellows
(Policy Makers)

Tim CHPM

 

13.00 – 14.30 (13 Agustus 2020)

Discussing about program deeply with fellows
(First Researcher)

Tim CHPM

 

13.00 – 14.30 (13 Agustus 2020)

Discussing about program deeply with fellows
(Second researcher)

Tim CHPM

 

 

 

G. Acknowledgement

CHPM would like to acknowledge the team at Knowledge To Policy (K2P) Center for their technical support as part of the K2P Mentorship Program to CHPM institutions. CHPM admits the Alliance for Health Policy and Systems Research at the World Health Organization for financial support as part of Knowledge to Policy (K2P) Center Mentorship Program [BIRD Project].