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Agenda – International Workshop – Eliminating Restraint of Persons with Mental Illness in Indonesia: A Review of Progresscpmh psikologi ugm 2017-08-23T11:48:05+00:00
Back Day 1 Saturday, 23 September 2017 Time Agenda Speakers 08.30-09.00 Welcome and Introduction to the Workshop Chair: Dr. Rahmat Hidayat A/Prof. Harry Minas dr. Hervita Diatri, Sp.KJ 09.00- 09.30 Riskesdas Pasung Data dr. Sri Idaiani, Sp.KJ 09.30-10.00 Pasung data from provincial IBP programs dr. Hervita Diatri, Sp.KJ 10.00-10.30 Morning Break 10.30-11.15 The Ministry of Health Indonesia Bebas Pasung program dr. Irmansyah, Sp.KJ dr. EkaViora, Sp.KJ 11.15-12.00 The Ministry of Social Affairs Gerakan Stop Pemasungan program Drs. Bambang Sugeng, MM. 12.00-13.00 Lunch Break 13.00-15.00 Panel Discussion Indonesian Mental Health Law Indonesian Disability Law Presidential Regulation about the National Action Plan for [...]
International Workshop – Eliminating Restraint of Persons with Mental Illness in Indonesia: A Review of Progresscpmh psikologi ugm 2017-11-15T04:23:53+00:00
Restraining/chaining persons with mental illness (Pasung) has long been a problematic issue because it is considered as an act of human rights violation. This issue concerned Indonesia as pasung can be found in almost every province in Indonesia as an alternative to treat persons with mental disorder. Indonesian government has strictly forbid the act of pasung since 1977 with the enactment of Surat Menteri Dalam Negeri Nomor PEM.29/6/15. But the strategic effort to abolish pasung in Indonesia started in 2010 with Indonesia Bebas Pasung (Free-Pasung Indonesia) program. Free-Pasung Program has been implemented in Indonesia since 2010. Since then, by the end of [...]
International Short Course on Advocacy Skills in Mental Health System Development: from Research to Policycpmh psikologi ugm 2017-11-15T04:24:09+00:00
Mental health disorders have become a world-wide problem as a result of its contribution to the current and predicted global burden in the future. However, huge treatment gap in most countries, especially lower-middle-income countries, is still evident, reflecting the poor concern of the government in regards to the issue. Many countries world-wide take mental health issues as a non-priority, which leaves advocacy in mental health system development to walk a long journey ahead. International Short Course on Advocacy Skills in Mental Health System Development: from Research to Policy is a 2 weeks course designed to answer the need for advocacy skill [...]
Hans is currently engaged in a research project on the history of medicine in the Dutch East Indies and Indonesia. He currently focuses on the roles Indonesian physicians have played in the social, cultural, and political movements in the Dutch East Indies and Indonesia in the 1950s. He is also researching the nature of Indonesian herbal medicine or jamu and the way it relates to modern medicine. http://sydney.edu.au/science/people/hans.pols.php