Dr Ninuk Hariyani

 Position PhD Student
 Org Unit ARCPOH
 Email ninuk.hariyani@adelaide.edu.au
 Telephone +61 8 8313 2556
 Location Floor/Room WS9105.13 ,  Adelaide Health and Medical Sciences ,   North Terrace
  • Biography/ Background

    Ninuk Hariyani is a PhD student in Australian Research Centre for Population Oral Health (ARCPOH). Her background is a dentist who works as a lecturer in the Faculty of Dentistry, Airlangga University, Indonesia. Her research interest is about epidemiology and the measurement of oral diseases. Her on-going research project is about the increment of root caries in older Australian adults.

  • Qualifications

    -         2011-2012             Master of Public Health (MPH), The University of Adelaide, Australia

    -         2007-2009             Master of health (M.Kes), Airlangga University, Indonesia

    -         1997-2002              Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS), Airlangga University, Indonesia

  • Awards & Achievements

    -        2014 – 2018         DIKTI Scholarship from Indonesia Government to pursue PhD in Australia

    -         2013 (June-July) Travel grant by SEAADE to attend a short course on “new concept in dental education and public oral health” in St Radboud University, Nijmegen, the Netherlands.

    -         2013 (June-July) St Radboud University’s grant to follow a short course on “new concept in dental education and public oral health” in St Radboud University, Nijmegen, the Netherlands.

    -         2011 - 2012        Australia Awards to pursue Master of Public Health in the University of Adelaide, South Australia

    -         2007 – 2009        Post Graduate Scholarship sponsored by Indonesia Government to pursue Master of Health

    -         2002                    Best Graduate from Faculty of Dentistry Airlangga University, Indonesia

    -        1998 – 2002         Academic Achievement Development Scholarship sponsored by Indonesia Government.

     

  • Research Interests

    -          Oral Epidemiology

    -          Measurement of oral diseases

    -          Quality of life

    -          Social inequalities

    -    Surveillance in oral health

  • Publications

    Peer reviewed Journal Articles

    -          Bramantoro T., Hariyani N. Patient’s expectation on communication performances of dental health services providers located in urban and rural area. Dental Journal. 2013. 46(1); p. 1-4

    -          Hariyani N., Palupi LS., Soedjoko. Psychological approach in overcoming the failure of children dental health education. Dentika Dental Journal. 2008. 13 (1);  p. 80-4

    -          Berniyanti T., Hariyani N. Side effects of mercury in dental amalgam. Dental Journal. 2008. 41 (1); p. 30-4

    -          Hariyani N. Indonesian Oral Health Surveillance. Current and the Future. Indonesian Dentist Association Journal. 2007. 56 (3); p. 135-46.

      Conference Presentations 

    -          Hariyani N. What should Indonesian Government do to reduce Dental Caries Problem in Indonesia? - Paper Presented in 7th Health Services and Policy Research Conference, Adelaide, Australia, 5-7 December 2011

    -          Hariyani N. Using an upstream approach to reduce dental caries problem in Indonesia - Paper Presented in Annual Scientific Conference – PPIA New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, 15 October 2011.

    -          Hariyani N., Palupi LS., Setyowati D. Improving Children’s Awareness on Dental Health Using Modeling - Paper Presented in Asian Oral Health Care Conference, Jakarta, Indonesia, 20-22 November 2008.

    -          Setyowati D., Hariyani N., Soelarso H. The importance of increasing an effective interpersonal communication between dentist and patient to prevent dental treatment discontinuity - Paper Presented in Asian Oral Health Care Conference, Jakarta, Indonesia, 20-22 November 2008.

    -    Palupi R., Hariyani N. Achieving a Cultural Competence in the Dental Professional  - Paper Presented in Asian Oral Health Care Conference, Jakarta, Indonesia, 20-22 November 2008

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