Gindo Tampubolon

Asri Maharani4
Wulung Hanandita2
Ufara Zuwasti Curran1
4Asri Maharani
2Wulung Hanandita
1Ufara Zuwasti Curran
1Nicha Jarupanich
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INTRODUCTION The relationship of C-reactive protein (CRP) to cognition in the older old group (≥75 years) has recently been found positive on both sides of the Atlantic. We hypothesized that higher levels of CRP and fibrinogen are related to worse episodic memory throughout later life (≥50 years). METHODS Data are drawn from older Britons free of(More)
OBJECTIVES In the public mind, later life is being transformed by the emerging possibility of a flourishing third age with sustained quality of life. We draw trajectories of life quality measured using CASP-19 over eight years. We refine these trajectories by jointly modelling attrition, since older people tend to leave longitudinal studies (attrite) not at(More)
BACKGROUND The level of frailty in the older population across age cohorts and how this changes is a factor in determining future care costs and may also influence the extent of socioeconomic and gender inequalities in frailty. METHODS We model cohort-specific trajectories in frailty among the community dwelling population older than 50 years, using five(More)
Community and facility studies in developing countries have generally demonstrated an inverse relationship between poverty and mental health. However, recent population-based studies contradict this. In India and Indonesia the poor and non-poor show no difference in mental health. We revisit the relationship between poverty and mental health using a(More)
BACKGROUND Obesity is becoming a global problem, rather than one found only in developed countries. Although recent studies have suggested a detrimental effect of obesity on cognition, studies of the relationship between obesity and cognition among older adults have been limited to developed countries. We aimed to examine the associations between central(More)
OBJECTIVES Since the ageing population demands a response to ensure older people remain healthy and active, we studied the dynamics of a recently proposed healthy ageing phenotype. We drew the phenotype's trajectories and tested whether their levels and rates of change are influenced by health behaviours, comorbidities and socioeconomic positions earlier in(More)
  • Hoang Van Minh, Nicola Suyin Pocock, Nathorn Chaiyakunapruk, Chhea Chhorvann, Ha Anh Duc, Piya Hanvoravongchai +49 others
  • 2015
Has decentralisation affected child immunisation status in Indonesia? Asri Maharani and Gindo Tampubolon 62 Obesogenic television food advertising to children in Malaysia: sociocultural variations Human resources for health: task shifting to promote basic health service delivery among internally displaced people in ethnic health program service areas in(More)