- Dr Jerico Pardosi
Faculty of Health,
School - Public Health and Social Work
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Doctor of Philosophy (Macquarie University), MIPH (University of Queensland), BPH (Other)
Public Health, Maternal and child health, Reproductive health in Indonesia, Health system, Rural health, Community health, Health promotion, Demography, Social Determinants of Health
Dr Jerico Pardosi is a Lecturer in the School of Public Health and Social Work, Faculty of Health at Queensland University of Technology (QUT). He is also a researcher at the National Institute of Health Research and Development (NIHRD), Ministry of Health in Jakarta, Indonesia. Previously he was appointed as an Associate Lecturer at School of Public Health and Community Medicine, UNSW Sydney and involved in teaching Reproductive, Maternal and Child Health, Rural and Remote International Health, Community Development and International Health courses for the last three years.
He completed his PhD in Demography from Macquarie University in 2016. He has a Master of International Public Health (University of Queensland), Bachelor of Public Health (Universitas Indonesia) and Diploma of Environmental Health (Indonesia Ministry of Health Polytechnic College).
Dr Pardosi is a public health researcher and demographer by training from University of Queensland and Macquarie University, Australia. His current projects include reconstructing women’s reproductive health rights, needs and services in rural Alor region, Light the Mind: improving young mental health literacy through board game approach in Kupang Indonesia and developing integrated immunisation and surveillance program evaluation tools in Kupang City, Eastern Indonesia.
- Maternal and child health
- Reproductive health
- Adolescent health
- Cultural aspects in public health
- Community development
- Health care services
- Rural health
- Sexual health
HLN707 Research Methods in Health
PUB565 International Health
PUB530 Health Education and Behaviour Change
I also had experience for convening and teaching public health and demography courses such as Reproductive, Maternal and Child Health, Rural and remote international health, demographic fundamentals, Global health and health promotion.
Jerico has strong and continuous partnership through past and current research and teaching activities with Indonesia’s government agencies (Ministry of Health), Provincial/District government agencies (East Nusa Tenggara provincial health office), Education institutions(University of Indonesia and University of Gadjah Mada), international agencies (WHO, UNICEF and USAID) and community organisations.
Current Research Project:
1. Using board game for improving mental health literacy among young Pasifika in Queensland and Indonesian in West Java, Kickstart Funding 2019-20, School of Public Health and Social Work, Universitas Islam Bandung and Kummara Studio.
2. Janger “Jangan Rabies”: a community-based approach to support health promotion in Bali Province with Semara Yanti, One Health Collaborating Centre Universitas Udayana, A/Prof Anita Heywood from UNSW Sydney funded by the Australian Embassy of Indonesia (Round 1 2019 Australian Alumni Grant Scheme (AGS)).
3. Evaluation of Community-based Reproductive Health Education for Adolescents in Indonesia with Dr Damayanti & Ms Kartika (Faculty of Public Health-Universitas Indonesia), Dr Razee (UNSW Sydney) funded by Universitas Indonesia (UI).
2019 School of Public Health and Social Work (SPHSW) Kickstart Funding (AUD $14,983)
Title: Using board game for improving mental health literacy among young Pasifika in Queensland and Indonesian in West Java.
Investigators: Pardosi J, Durham J, Turner J, Respati, T, Razee H, Kusumawardani N
2019 Alumni Grant Scheme, Australia Awards Indonesia (AUD $11,875)
Title: Janger “Jangan Rabies”: a community-based approach to support health promotion in Bali Province.
Investigators: Semara N K, Deva S, Rahayu K R, Padmanabha I G, Pardosi J, Heywood A
2019 International Collaborative Research Grant-Universitas Indonesia (UI) (AUD $59,985)
Title: Evaluation of Community-based Reproductive Health Education for Adolescents in Indonesia.
Investigators: Damayanti R, Setio K A D, Razee H, Pardosi J
2018 Alumni Grant Scheme, Australia Awards Indonesia (AUD $19,500)
Title: Light the Mind: improving youth mental health literacy through board game approach in Kupang, Indonesia
Investigators: Respati T, Nugroho E, Pardosi J, Withall A
2017 Alumni Grant Scheme, Australia Awards Indonesia (AUD $10,228)
Title: Developing Integrated Immunisation and Surveillance Program Evaluation Tools in Nusa Tenggara Timur.
Investigators: Hadjo, Y, Pardosi J, Heywood, A
2017 UNSW Sydney Indonesia Seed Research Fund [# RG 162940] (AUD $10,000)
Title: The development of an integrated approach to improve adolescent health focusing on vulnerable and disadvantaged groups in Indonesia.
Investigators: Pardosi J, Prasodjo R, Linhart C, Kusumawardani N
2017 UNSW Sydney Indonesia Seed Research Fund [# RG 162881] (AUD $10,000)
Title: Exploring conventional and traditional practices among women with Postnatal Danger Signs in Indonesia.
Investigators: Agaliotis M, Pardosi J, Suswardany D, Hinchcliff R, Suryawati C.
2013 WHO Implementation Research Platform (IRP) (USD $225,000)
Title: Community Engagement in Reducing Maternal Mortality through 2H2 Program in East Nusa Tenggara Province.
Investigators: Muhidin S, Silalahi M, Prasodjo R, Pardosi J
2013 TRAction-USAID (USD $54,442)
Title: Descriptive Case Study of Programs Implementing Interventions to Improve Equity and Targeting of Maternal and Newborn Health Services in Manggarai Barat District.
Investigators: Muhidin S, Silalahi M, Prasodjo R, Pardosi J
Current External HDR supervision:
1. Ji Yeon Park-Exploring the provision of care to hospitalized patients by family members and private carers: Does this constitute an infection risk?, PhD Candidate at School of Public Health and Community Medicine, UNSW Sydney. (Associate Supervisor)
2. Rinaldi Ridwan- Addressing sexual and reproductive health education for adolescents in Indonesia, Scientia PhD Scholarship from School of Public Health and Community Medicine, UNSW Sydney. (Joint Supervisor)
3. Kartika Anggun- Addressing sexual and reproductive health education for adolescents in Indonesia, Scientia PhD Scholarship from School of Public Health and Community Medicine, UNSW Sydney. (Joint Supervisor)
- Muhidin S, Prasodjo R, Silalahi M, Pardosi J, (2019) Community engagement in maternal and newborn health in eastern Indonesia, Global health leadership: Case studies from the Asia-Pacific p67-78
- Rakmawati T, Hinchcliff RA, Pardosi JF, (2019) District-level impacts of health system decentralization in Indonesia: A systematic review, International Journal of Health Planning and Management pe1026-e1053
- Syiroj A, Pardosi JF, Heywood AE, (2019) Exploring parents' reasons for incomplete childhood immunisation in Indonesia, Vaccine p6486-6493
For more publications by this staff member, visit QUT ePrints, the University's research repository.