Christina Yeni Kustanti


Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Kesehatan Bethesda Yakkum

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Christina Yeni Kustanti is a lecturer and researcher at Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Kesehatan Bethesda Yakkum (Institute of Health Sciences). Her current research project focuses on HIV vulnerability, oncology nursing, and palliative care, particularly in the area of bereavement care.

Aside from her main role at Bethesda Yakkum Institute of Health Sciences, she is also a researcher at the Centre for Tropical Medicine at UGM and actively becomes a speaker, presenter, and trainer in various events and training programs at the national and international levels.

Christina holds a Bachelor of Nursing from UGM, Master of Nursing from Charles Darwin University, and Master of Palliative Care from Flinders University    . She is currently undertaking her Ph.D at Taipei Medical University through a type A scholarship for doctoral study.

Christina is a member of the WHO-AIC Health Rapid Review Network.


Top three publications

  1. HIV susceptibility among clients of female sex workers in Indonesia: a qualitative inquiry (2018)
  2. The Effectiveness of Bereavement Support for Adult Family Caregivers in Palliative Care: A Meta‐Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials (2021)
  3. Perceptions of determinants of condom use behaviors among male clients of female sex workers in Indonesia: A qualitative inquiry (2018)