Ida Ayu Sutrisni

Social Science Junior Research Assistant


  • Master of Health and International Development, Flinders University, South Australia
  • Certificate III in Aged Care, Norgrove Training, South Australia
  • Nursing Internship Program (Profesi Ners), STIKES YARSI Mataram, West Nusa Tenggara.
  • Bachelor Degree in Nursing, STIKES YARSI Mataram, West Nusa Tenggara.

Joining EOCRU since 2020. Her current responsibilities are to prepare ethic submission, identify potential research participants, prepare, conduct and summary data collection for quantitative and qualitative methods, support research in data analysis, summarize result and find additional references.

Before joining with EOCRU, she had a role as a project leader in a study collaborated with STIKES Mataram and Flinders Univesity supported by the Australian Embassy trough Alumni Grant Scheme (AGS) to conduct a research about stunting among children under five. She also had experience as a consultant hired by World Health Organisation assigned in 5 districts in West Nusa Tenggara to provide technical assistance regarding Measles Rubella Suplementary Immunisation Activities. During her role as the consultant, she worked closely with stakeholders in Provincial, district and sub district levels.  She also had experience working in a private Hospital and a Public Health center as a nurse.

Currently, Ida Ayu is working as social science Junior researcher for the Science and Public Engagement Action Research (SPEAR) Project. The SPEAR Project aims to explore the experiences and impact of COVID-19 on health-related workers and vulnerable communities in Vietnam, Nepal, Indonesia, in order to inform guidance on strengthening support for health workers and improving access to public health measures for the most vulnerable populations.


  • Social Science
  • Infectious Diseases
  • Maternal and Child Health issues
  • Social Determinant of Health


  • Australia Awards Scholarship recipient 2014 supported by Australia Awards in Indonesia - Study Master of Health and International development at Flinders University, South Australia starting from 2015 to 2017.
  • Alumni Grant Scheme recipient 2018 by The Australian Embassy - Project Leader to conduct research about stunted children in NTB.