Evaluation of health-seeking behaviour among older people during the COVID-19 pandemic in Bali and Yogyakarta, Indonesia
The COVID-19 pandemic poses the highest risk to older people with comorbidities, as the rapid spread of the virus reduces the community's access to formal healthcare facilities.
Extreme events causing death and property destruction are on the rise across the globe. We document the long-term consequences for population health of exposure to an extreme event, the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami, which killed an estimated quarter of a million people worldwide.
Dementia prevalence among Indonesian older people is increasing. Community health centers (CHCs) as primary care providers have a responsibility to meet the need of their community.
Longitudinal outcomes of post-traumatic stress disorder among the Indian Ocean tsunami survivors in Indonesia
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) following a disaster could change over time. This study aimed to analyze the risk factors of PTSD among the 2004 Indian tsunami survivors in Aceh and North Sumatra province, Indonesia.
Time is rolling past the fourth month since the Covid-19 case was first discovered in Indonesia. Based on data collected, the highest percentage of deaths due to Covid-19 in Indonesia was experienced by the age group ≥ 60 years. As we know, the elderly are one of the vulnerable and easily exposed groups of Covid-19.