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Scaling-up NCD Interventions in South East Asia


D5.2 Website

The website will share knowledge and information concerning the project and will also have pages in the local languages Vietnamese Indonesian and Birmese

D1.2 Phase B: Key recommendations for adjustments brief

Recommendations for scaling up interventions for prevention and control of hypertension and diabetes in Indonesia Myanmar and Vietnam after consultation and road table discussions in the three countries and after international consultation

D3.2 Phase B: Key recommendations on improvement of guidelines and training materials

Implementation of global instruments in practiceMicrolevelThe study will continue with adapting and subsequent implementing evidencebased tools MesolevelActivities of adapting and implementing evidencebased tools for collaboration between formal and informal settings to create synergies will be performedMacrolevelAdapting guidelines and other evidencebased upscaling tools will be discussed and implemented on national levels both governmental as well as nongovernmental such as medical or nursing chamber or equivalents Policy documents will be drafted

D2.2 Phase B: Key recommendations for cost-effectiveness analysis

During the stakeholder meeting the researchers will present the outcome of the costeffectiveness analysis of the different interventions and the stakeholders meeting will decide how interventions will be scaledup at the national level and which changes if any will be incorporated The methodology to be used for the evaluation of costeffectiveness of the entire scalingup process will also be decided Monitoring and registry systems to capture the prospective data will be discussed selected and subsequently designed

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Knowledge on hypertension in Myanmar: levels and groups at risk

Author(s): Zinzi E. Pardoel, Robert Lensink, Maarten Postma, Hla Hla Win, Khin Hnin Swe, Claire Stein, Ratih Febrinasari, Hoang My Hanh, Jaap A.R. Koot, Johanna A. Landsman, Sijmen A. Reijneveld
Published in: Open Research Europe, Medical and Health Sciences, 2021, ISSN 2732-5121
Publisher: European Commission DG Research
DOI: 10.12688/openreseurope.14415.1

Temperature and non-communicable diseases: Evidence from Indonesia's primary health care system

Author(s): Fritz, Manuela
Published in: Econstor, 2021, Page(s) Passauer Diskussionspapiere - Volkswirtschaftliche Reihe No. V-84-21
Publisher: Econstor

Epidemiological Patterns of Hypertension and Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus in Vietnam. Ecological Study

Author(s): Patrik Sivčo, Giang Nguyen Hoang, Juliana Melichová, Dominika Plančíková, Marek Majdan, Martin Rusnák
Published in: Research Square, 2020
Publisher: Research Squarre
DOI: 10.21203/

How to dampen the surge of non-communicable diseases in Southeast Asia: insights from a systematic review and meta-analysis

Author(s): Manuela Fritz, Hanna Fromell
Published in: Health ~Policy and Planning, Volume 37 Issue 1, 2021, ISSN 0268-1080
Publisher: Oxford University Press
DOI: 10.1093/heapol/czab138

A Guideline for Contextual Adaptation of Community-Based Health Interventions

Author(s): by Zinzi E. Pardoel 1,*ORCID, Sijmen A. Reijneveld 1ORCID, Maarten J. Postma 1,2,3,4, Robert Lensink 4, Jaap A. R. Koot 1, Khin Hnin Swe 5, Manh Van Nguyen 6, Eti Poncorini Pamungkasari 7, Lotte Tenkink 1, Johanna P. M. Vervoort 1ORCID and Johanna A. Landsman 1ORCID
Published in: International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2022, 19(10), 5790, 2022, ISSN 1660-4601
Publisher: MDPI
DOI: 10.3390/ijerph19105790

Missed opportunities in hypertension risk factors screening in Indonesia: a mixed-methods evaluation of integrated health post (POSBINDU) implementation

Author(s): Vitri Widyaningsih, Ratih Puspita Febrinasari, Eti Poncorini Pamungkasari, Yusuf Ari Mashuri, Sumardiyono Sumardiyono, Balgis Balgis, Jaap Koot, Jeanet Landsman-Dijkstra, Ari Probandari
Published in: BMJ Open, BMJ Open 2022;12:e051315, 2022, ISSN 2044-6055
Publisher: BMJ Publishing Group
DOI: 10.1136/bmjopen-2021-051315

Core health-components, contextual factors and program elements of community-based interventions in Southeast Asia – a realist synthesis regarding hypertension and diabetes.

Author(s): Zinzi E. Pardoel, Sijmen A. Reijneveld, Robert Lensink, Vitri Widyaningsih, Ari Probandari, Claire Stein, Giang Nguyen Hoang, Jaap A. R. Koot, Christine J. Fenenga, Maarten Postma & Johanna A. Landsman
Published in: BMC Public Health volume, 21, Article number: 1917 (2021), 2021, ISSN 1471-2458
Publisher: BioMed Central
DOI: 10.1186/s12889-021-11244-3