• <b>Job Opening: Research Scientist at INA-RESPOND</b>

    Job Opening: Research Scientist at INA-RESPOND

    About INA-RESPOND: The Indonesian Research Partnership on Infectious Disease (INA-RESPOND) stands at the forefront of infectious disease research. Our esteemed network comprises professionals driven to make meaningful contributions to the global understanding of communicable diseases. We promote innovative solutions and approaches in the battle against infectious diseases by forging cooperation with premier universities and researchers

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  • WHY PILOT STUDY AND OTHER STUDY REGISTRATION MATTERS MORE THAN WE THINK

    By: Aly Diana Not long ago, a journal asked me to submit a clinical registration number for a pilot study I had conducted. I had registered my main randomized controlled trial (RCT), but not the pilot study. It turns out the CON-SORT statement includes a checklist for pilot and feasibility studies (the CONSORT checklist of

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  • A VITAL COMPONENT OF AGING GRACEFULLY

    By: Caleb Leonardo Halim The passage of time is an undeniable force, bringing with it a myriad of changes that shape our bodies and minds. As we traverse the landscape of aging, the importance of maintaining physical strength and vitality becomes increasingly apparent. In this essay, we will explore the significance of strength training as

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  • PREVALENCE RATIO AND PREVALENCE ODDS RATIO IN CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDIES

    By: Syndi Siahaan, Nurul Hidayah, Hafsah Amalia, Adhella Menur A cross-sectional study is an observational study in which all data from each subject is collected at a single point in time. It is considered more affordable and feasible than longitudinal studies, as it does not require following patients over time. Traditionally, a cross-sectional study has

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  • SYPHILIS AND HIV: A RISKY DUO ON THE DANCE FLOOR

    By: Ivana Yulian Hendarsin, Cintya Naya Danastri, Adhella Menur The blaze of syphilis amidst the HIV epidemic Syphilis, an age-old sexually transmitted disease (STD), has a history marked by stigma and blame. The disease became an outbreak among French soldiers during their invasion of Naples in the first Italian Wars in 1495, two years after

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