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Mahendradhata, Y., Lestari, T., Probandari, A., Indriarini, LE., Burhan, E., Mustikawati D., Utarini, A. 2015. How do private general practitioners manage tuberculosis cases? A survey in eight cities in Indonesia. BMC Research Notes 2015; 8:564 DOI 10.1186/s13104-015-1560-7.
Mahendradhata, Y., Probandari, A., Riono, P., Widjanarko, B., Mustikawati, D., Alisjahbana, B. 2014. Embedding operational research into national disease control programme: lessons from 10 years of experience in Indonesia. Glob Health Action 2014; 7: 25412 –http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/gha.v7.25412.
Sutisna, E. 2013. Leadership, Social Capital, Access to Information and Community Empowerment To Address Health Issue. International Journal of Scientific Research and Education (IJSRE), |Volume||1|Issue||5||Page || 90-107||2013|| ISSN (e): 2321-7545.
Putra, IW; Utami, NW; Suarjana, IK; Duana, IM; Astiti, CI; Putra IW; Probandari, A; Tiemersma, EW; Wahyuni, CU. 2013. Factors associated to referral of tuberculosis suspects by private practitioners to community health centres in Bali Province, Indonesia. BMC Health Services Research; 13: 445 doi:10.1186/1472-6963-13-445.
Parihatin, A; Probandari, A; Alwi, B; Riana, DA. 2013. A room for improvement: Looking at quality of care of Tuberculosis through patient eyes. Proceeding 44th Union World Conference on Lung Health. Paris, 30 October – 3 November 2013.
Annika; Tamtomo, D; Probandari, A. 2013. Poverty, lack of education and their impact to quality of life and family function among wife with and without occupation. Proceeding International seminar on ”social determinants of health: the MDGs and beyond”. Denpasar, 30 August 2013.
Dewi YLR, Mudigdo A, Suranto, Murti B. 2012. Iodine supplementation into drinking water improved intelligence of preschool-children aged 25-59 months in Ngargoyoso sub-district, Central Java, Indonesia: A randomized control trial. Journal of Biology, Agriculture and Healthcare. 2(5): 134-142.
Farsida; Mahendradhata, Y; Probandari, A. 2012. Quality of Tuberculosis services from patients’ perspective: a cross-sectional study at public and private hospitals in North Jakarta. Proceeding 43rd Union World Conference on Lung Health 11-17 November 2012. Kuala Lumpur, 11-17 November 2012.
Lestari, T; Probandari, A; Hurtig, AK; Utarini, A. 2011. High caseload of childhood tuberculosis in hospitals on Java Island, Indonesia: a cross sectional study. BMC Public Health, 11:784.
Probandari, A; Utarini, A; Lindholm, L. Hurtig, AK. 2011. Life of a partnership: The process of collaboration between the National Tuberculosis Program and the hospitals in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Social Science & Medicine 2011; Sep 10. [Epub ahead of print].
Mahendradhata, Y; Probandari, A; Ahmad, RA; Utarini, A; Trisnantoro, L; Lindholm, L; van der Werf, MJ; Kimerling, M; Boelaert, M; Jhons, B; Van der Stuyft, P. 2010. The Incremental Cost-Effectiveness of Engaging Private Practitioners to Refer Tuberculosis Suspects to DOTS Services in Jogjakarta, Indonesia. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene; 82(6): 1131-1139.
Probandari, A; Lindholm, L; Stenlund, H; Utarini, A; Hurtig, Anna-Karin. 2010. Missed opportunity for standardized diagnosis and treatment among adult Tuberculosis patients in hospitals involved in Public-Private Mix for Directly Observed Treatment Short-Course strategy in Indonesia: a cross-sectional study. BMC Health Services Research; 10:113 doi:10.1186/1472-6963-10-113.
Riyarto, S; Hidayat, B; Johns, B; Probandari, A; Mahendradhata, Y; Utarini, A; Trisnantoro, L; Flessenkaemper, S. 2010. The financial burden of ARV care, including antiretroviral therapy, on patients in three sites in Indonesia. Health Policy and Planning; 1-11 doi:10.1093/heapol/czq004.
Johns, B; Probandari, A; Mahendradhata, Y; Ahmad, RA. 2009. An analysis of the cost and treatment success of collaborative arrangements among public and private providers for tuberculosis control in Indonesia. Health Policy; 93:214-224.
Probandari, A; Utarini, A; Hurtig, AK. 2008. Achieving quality in the directly observed treatment short-course (DOTS) strategy implementation process: a challenge for hospital public-private mix in Indonesia. Global Health Action, DOI: 10.3402/gha.v1i0.1831.