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Herfina Yohanna Nababan
herfina.nababan@gmail.com
Date of Birth: 27 December 1982
Nationality: Indonesian
Gender: Female
Mobile Phone: +880-1771779850
Address: Apartment 4, House 41, Road 17A,
Block E, Banani, Dhaka 1212, Bangladesh
EDUCATION
The University of Tokyo, Japan (2010 – 2012)
 Master of Health Science, Department of Global Health Policy, School of International Health,
Graduate School of Medicine
 Relevant coursework: epidemiology, biostatistics, quantitative and qualitative research methods,
health systems, health economics, health policy, other related social sciences
 Research projects:
 Systematic review protocol development on "Incentive for increasing prenatal care use"
 Systematic review on “Structural and community level intervention for increasing condom
use to prevent HIV and other sexually transmitted infections”
 Master’s degree thesis: “Factors associated with condom non-use among adolescents in
Sub-Saharan Africa, South America, and the Caribbean”
Universitas Pelita Harapan, Indonesia and Cilandak Marine Hospital (2001-2007)
 Clinical internship, Cilandak Marine Hospital (2005-2007)
 Bachelor of Medicine, Faculty of Medicine (2001-2005)
 Relevant coursework: biomedical sciences, clinical medicine, clinical skills, community health,
bioethics, basic counselling and psychosocial support
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Centre for Equity and Health System, International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research,
Bangladesh (icddr,b); Dhaka, Bangladesh; Project Coordinator (May 2015 – present)
 Coordinate the implementation of the study to test the feasibility, acceptability and effectiveness
of a participatory stakeholder monitoring and feedback approach in improving the quality of
maternal and neonatal health (MNH) care in urban for-profit private sector health facilities
 Developed and pretested data collection tools (facility survey, record review, and in-depth
interview guideline) and oversee data collection for the private sector quality improvement study
 Analyze data, conduct literature review, and write manuscript on the association between social
capital and health seeking behavior in urban low income settings in Bangladesh
 Analyze data, conduct literature review, and write manuscript on the effect of WHO Safe
Childbirth Checklist on adherence to essential childbirth practice among health workers in district
level public hospital in Bangladesh
Centre for Equity and Health System, International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research,
Bangladesh (icddr,b); Dhaka, Bangladesh; Consultant (June 2014 – May 2015)
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Coordinated the implementation of the study to assess the effect of WHO Safe Childbirth
Checklist on adherence to essential childbirth practice among health workers in district level
public hospital in Bangladesh
Developed and pretested qualitative data collection tool, oversee and conducted data collection,
analyzed data, and wrote case studies on:
 A unique contracting out of urban primary health care services from central government
to local government in Bangladesh
 Bringing in water supply in urban poor settlements in Dhaka
Wrote manuscripts for submission to peer-reviewed journals
Developed the protocol of the study to test the feasibility, acceptability and effectiveness of a
participatory stakeholder monitoring and feedback approach in improving the quality of maternal
and neonatal health (MNH) care in urban for-profit private sector facilities
Mentored the Summative Learning Project activities of MPH students from James P. Grant
School of Public Health, BRAC University
Centre for Urban Equity and Health, James P. Grant School of Public Health (JPGSPH), BRAC
Institute of Global Health (BIGH), BRAC University and Centre of Excellence for Universal Health
Coverage, International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh (icddr,b); Dhaka,
Bangladesh; International fellow (June 2012 – June 2014)
 Coordinated Bangladesh Health System in Transition project, a health sector review of Bangladesh
 Analyzed data from Bangladesh Demographic and Health Survey 1991-2011 using multivariate
regression and concentration index, conducted literature review, and wrote paper on trends and
inequities in the use of maternal and neonatal health care services in Bangladesh
 Analyzed data using multivariate regression and mediation analysis, conducted literature review,
and wrote paper on women’s social networks and its association with improvement in maternal and
newborn health outcomes in urban poor setting in Dhaka, Bangladesh
 Wrote reports on:
 Understanding success factors for the progress in women’s and children’s health (MDG 4
and 5) in Bangladesh
 Health sector review of Bangladesh
 Health professional education assessment in Bangladesh
 Women’s social network and its association with the improvement in maternal and
newborn health outcomes in urban settings in Bangladesh
 Conducted Cochrane systematic review on community mobilization for safe motherhood
 Wrote a successful proposal, developed protocol, and developed data collection tool (quantitative
and qualitative) for piloting the WHO Safe Childbirth Checklist in Bangladesh
 As teaching fellow, assisted in the development of syllabus and organized the Health Systems
Management course for the MPH program at James P. Grant School of Public Health
 Developed and organized short course on urban health for health professionals
Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Pelita Harapan; Tangerang, Indonesia; Teaching assistant (2008 –
2010)
 Teaching assistant in tropical and infectious diseases department
 Directed tutorial (Problem Based Learning) process for different blocks (First Aid, Fundamental
Medical Sciences, Genitourinary, Gastrointestinal, Cardiovascular, Respiratory, Hemato-oncology
Neurology, Obstetrics-gynaecology, Musculoskeletal, Community Medicine)
 Developed curriculum for and coordinated several blocks (First Aid, Community Medicine)
 Organized national workshop on Objective Stuctured Clinical Examination (OSCE) development
Global Health Policy Department, the University of Tokyo; Tokyo, Japan; Part-time research
assistant (October 2010 – January 2011)
 Verified and prepared data for analysis on blindness and visual impairment, using data from MEPS
and NHIS
World Vision Indonesia (WVI); Jakarta, Indonesia; Part-time external enumerator (November 2007)
 Household survey for the evaluation of one of WVI programs in Jakarta area, Indonesia
CLINICAL EXPERIENCE
Klinik Bahtera Kasih; Tangerang,Indonesia; Part-time General Practitioner (2008 – 2010)
 Provided primary health care services
Health in Harmony Foundation; Ketapang, West Borneo, Indonesia; Volunteer General Practitioner
(August 2009)
 Provided primary health care services
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Cochrane Health Economics Workshop, Cochrane Collaboration (27-28 September 2014)
Introduction to Health Economics Introductory Course on Health Care Financing, James P. Grant
School of Public Health (23-25 March 2014)
Basic of Health Economics, World Bank Institute (September 04 – October 09, 2013)
Health for All through Primary Health Care, Coursera – John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public
Health (June – July 2013)
Qualitative data analysis using Atlas.ti, JPGSPH, BRAC University (November 2012)
Internship, International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh (icddr,b) (October –
November 2011)
 Project: Field research and data analysis of women’s social network in Dhaka’s urban slums,
assessing “Manoshi” – a maternal and child health program in urban slums
Global Health Leadership Program, the University of Tokyo, Japan (May – June 2011)
Systematic review’ protocol development training, Cochrane Thailand Network, Khon Kaen
University, Thailand (March 2011)
 Project: Protocol development for systematic review on “Structural and community level
intervention for increasing condom use to prevent HIV and other sexually transmitted infections”
Economic modelling using TreeAge software, the University of Tokyo, Japan (December 2010)
AWARDS, GRANTS & SCHOLARSHIPS
Developing Country Stipend Award 2014 (2 July 2014)
 Selected as the recipient for Developing Country Stipend Award from Cochrane Collaboration to
attend 22nd Cochrane Colloquium
Begum Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain Teaching Fellow Award 2014 (23 January 2014)
 Received award as the best teaching fellow for the MPH program at the James P. Grant School of
Public Health, BRAC Institute of Global Health, BRAC University
Maternal Health Task Force (MHTF) Innovation Fund ($40,000), icddr,b (June 2013 - present)
 Received a grant to conduct innovative research related to quality of maternal and neonatal care in
Bangladesh, with proposed project to pilot WHO Safe Childbirth Checklist in Bangladesh
Organized Overseas Program for Young Researchers, School of International Health, the University of
Tokyo
 Received a grant to conduct field research in Bangladesh (October 2011)
 Received a grant to join systematic review training in Thailand (March 2011)
Asian Development Bank – Japan Scholarship Program (ADB-JSP) Scholar (April 2010-March
2012)
 Selected as an ADB-JSP scholar to study global health at Global Health Policy Department, School
of International Health, Graduate School of Medicine, the University of Tokyo
Exchange program, Fujita Health University (2005)
 Received scholarship to join clinical rotations at Fujita Health University Hospital in Nagoya, Japan
Yayasan Pendidikan Pelita Harapan Scholarship (2001-2005)
 Selected as Yayasan Pendidikan Pelita Harapan scholar to study medicine at Universitas Pelita
Harapan on the basis of academic achievement, community service, and leadership potential.
SOCIAL AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
 The University of Tokyo Institute of Medical Science and Foundation for Global Children; Iitate,
Fukushima, Japan; Volunteer (August 2011)
 The University of Tokyo Indonesian Student Association; Tokyo, Japan; Internal Division (April
2011 – March 2012)
 World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Indonesia; Supporter (April 2011 – March 2012)
 World Vision Indonesia; Jakarta, Indonesia; Foster parent (January 2009 – December 2009)
 Teluk Naga Community Development Project; Tangerang, Indonesia; Volunteer general
practitioner (November 2008 – December 2009)
 Yayasan Obor Berkat Indonesia; Jakarta, Indonesia; Volunteer general practitioner (January 2006
– December 2009)
 Yayasan Suluh Kasih Indonesia; Jakarta, Indonesia; Volunteer (December 2005 – December
2007)
 New Height Clinic (Summer Medical Institute Papua 2004); Papua, Indonesia; Participant (July
2004 – August 2004)
 Asian Medical Student Association Universitas Pelita Harapan; Jakarta, Indonesia; Member and
Representative (July 2004 – July 2007)
PUBLICATIONS
Peer-reviewed publication
 Adams A.M., Nababan H.Y., & Hanifi, S.M.M.A. (2015). Building social networks for maternal
and newborn health in poor urban settlements: a cross-sectional study in Bangladesh. PLoS ONE.
Published online 24 April 2015. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0123817.
 Anwar I., Nababan H.Y., Mostari S., & Khan J. (2015) Trends and inequities in use of maternal
health care services in Bangladesh, 1991-2011. PLoS ONE. Published online 23 March 2015.
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0120309.
 Moreno R., Nababan H.Y., Ota E., Wariki, W.M.V., Ezoe S., Gilmour S., Shibuya K. (2014).
Structural and community-level interventions for increasing condom use to prevent the
transmission of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections. Cochrane Database of Systematic
Reviews. Published online 29 July 2014. DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD003363.pub3.
 Nababan H, Ota E, Wariki W, Koyanagi A, Ezoe S, Shibuya K, et al. (2011). Structural and
community-level interventions for increasing condom use to prevent HIV and other sexually
transmitted infections. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. Published Online 9 November
2011. DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD003363.pub2.
 Gazi R., Hossain S.S., Nababan H.Y., Abedin, J., Zaman K., Koehlmoos T.P. Community
mobilization for Safe Motherhood: a Cochrane systematic review. In review.
Manuscripts in preparation
 Nababan H.Y., Islam R., & Mostari S. Adaptation and implementation of WHO Safe Child Birth
Checklist in Bangladesh: A study to improve quality of care for maternal and newborn health
 Nababan H.Y & Adams A. Social capital and health seeking in urban areas in transition.
Book
 Ahmed S.M., Alam B.B., Anwar I., Begum T., Osman F.A., Khan J., Nababan H.Y. 2015.
Bangladesh Health System Review. World Health Organization.
Reports
 Mostari S., Nababan H.Y., Islam R., Tariqujjaman. 2015. Making WHO Safe Childbirth Checklist
work in Bangladesh ‐ a study to identify ways for uptake and sustained use. Maternal Health Task
Force.
 Nababan H.Y., Mazumder T., Akteruzzaman, Alam S., Khan S., Akter S., Saha T. 2015. Dushtha
Shasthya Kendra Case Study. Governance for urban health equity: mobilizing demand for
Primary Health Care among the Urban Poor in Bangladesh. James P. Grant School of Public
Health; Dhaka, Bangladesh.
 PMNCH, WHO, World Bank and AHPSR. 2014. Success Factors for Women’s and Children’s
Health: Policy and programme highlights from 10 fast-track countries. Geneva: WHO. (As
Bangladesh country contributor)
 Nababan H.Y., Mazumder T., Akteruzzaman, Alam S., Khan S. 2014. Chittagong City
Corporation Case Study. Governance for urban health equity: mobilizing demand for Primary
Health Care among the Urban Poor in Bangladesh. James P. Grant School of Public Health;
Dhaka, Bangladesh
 Mahmud K., Paul D., Selim N., Nuruzzaman Md., Nababan H.Y., Ahmed S.M. 2014. Medical
Education. Working paper series on Health Professional Education in Bangladesh. James P Grant
School of Public Health, BRAC Institute of Global Health (BIGH), BRAC University and RTMInternational; Dhaka, Bangladesh
 Mahmud K., Paul D., Selim N., Nuruzzaman Md., Nababan H.Y., Ahmed S.M. 2014. Nursing
Education. Working paper series on Health Professional Education in Bangladesh. James P Grant
School of Public Health, BRAC Institute of Global Health (BIGH), BRAC University and RTMInternational; Dhaka, Bangladesh
 Mahmud K., Paul D., Selim N., Nuruzzaman Md., Nababan H.Y., Ahmed S.M. Public. 2014
Health Education. Working paper series on Health Professional Education in Bangladesh. James P
Grant School of Public Health, BRAC Institute of Global Health (BIGH), BRAC University and
RTM-International; Dhaka, Bangladesh
 Adams A. and Nababan H.Y. 2012. Building social networks for maternal, newborn and child
health in urban slums: the case of Manoshi in Bangladesh. icddr,b and BRAC; Dhaka, Bangladesh
SKILLS
Languages
 English (advanced proficiency)
 French (intermediate proficiency)
 Bahasa Indonesia (native proficiency)
 Javanese (native proficiency)
 Bangla (beginner proficiency)
Other skills
 Statistical software: STATA, SPSS
 Qualitative data analysis and research software: Atlas.ti
 Referencing software: Endnote
 Cochrane review preparation software: RevMan
 Word processor: Microsoft Word
 Spreadsheet application: Excel
 Presentation program: Power Point
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