This article was published in The Jakarta Post 15 May 2011
– Rahajeng Tunjungputri, Contributor, Nijmegen
Most of us cannot imagine that there are hidden diseases that affect billions of the world’s population that have been neglected for so many years. Nevertheless, as hard as this may be to believe, this is indeed the case with neglected tropical diseases (NTDs)…
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Filed under: Uncategorized, infectious disease, Nijmegen, Parasitology, The Jakarta Post
September 7, 2010 • 2:11 pm
My letter on tranquilizer addiction news (previously published in The Jakarta Post, 7 September 2010)
Filed under: Uncategorized, health policy, Letter, primary health care, The Jakarta Post
September 7, 2010 • 2:05 pm
August 29, 2010 • 12:02 am
Last week the article I submitted for The Jakarta Post was published on 22 August 2010. The issue was something dear to my life and work: that we need more young Indonesian researchers; and to accomplish that we need to invest in them.
The article was inspired by my experience with a mentor. He has always taken the time and energy to foster new generations of clinician-scientists. I recently realized, that to “produce” excellent scientists in Indonesia, a senior researcher has to be willing to make an investment. The mentor will have to invest his or her time, energy, patience and guidance, for years, in his or her students. There is no instant process of turning an average student into a leading scientist. Everyone must take part in investing in Indonesian young researchers.
Filed under: miscelaneous, Faculty of Medicine Diponegoro University, FK Undip, Indonesia, medical education, medical students and residents, popular, publication, research, The Jakarta Post