De-normalising smoking attitudes among junior high school students in grade 7 and 8 who live in Jakarta.
Raising awareness of teenagers to the NCDs caused of tobacco, de-normalizing tobacco and smoking, enforcing tobacco-free schools law and training leadership of Generation Z to be peer educators.
Developing an educational program aimed at engaging primary care physicians in approaching adolescents to discuss lifestyle risks associated with Non-Communicable Diseases.
Developing the capacity current and future leaders with the medium-term goal of advancing prevention of NCDs in Indonesia, with a focus on adolescence.
Conducting a detailed needs analysis and developing a framework for health professionals and medical students in managing adolescent health care principles.
Identifying the support needed by parents of adolescents to improve their adolescent parenting skills around healthy lifestyles and NCD prevention.
Laying the foundation for collecting minimally sufficient data to monitor and address adolescent mental health problems and their determinants in Indonesia and Australia.
Developing a translated, culturally verified, pilot-tested and formally validated psychometric instrument for the identification of common mental disorders among young people in Indonesia.