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PhD student. Physician by training and MPH-graduate. Working in the Umeå Centre for Global Health Research on epidemiological transition in Sweden and low-and middle income countries.

My PhD research focuses on the epidemiological transition in Sweden. I am also associated with the Graduate School for Population Dynamic and Public Policy in Umeå University.

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Malmberg, Gunnar

Vägar till ett hälsosamt och aktivt åldrande

2016-03-23

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Santosa, Ailiana
Schröders, Julia
Vaezghasemi, Masoud; et al.

Inequality in disability-free life expectancies among older men and women in six countries with developing economies
Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 70(9): 855-861

2016

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Santosa, Ailiana
Byass, Peter

Diverse empirical evidence on epidemiological transition in low- and middle-income countries: population-based findings from INDEPTH Network data
PLoS ONE, 11(5)

2016

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Santosa, Ailiana

Where are the world’s disease patterns heading?: The challenges of epidemiological transition

2015

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Santosa, Ailiana
Rocklöv, Joacim
Högberg, Ulf; et al.

Achieving a 25% reduction in premature non-communicable disease mortality: the Swedish population as a cohort study
BMC Medicine, 13(65)

2015

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Santosa, Ailiana
Wall, Stig
Fottrell, Edward; et al.

The development and experience of epidemiological transition theory over four decades: a systematic review
Global Health Action, 7

2014

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Ng, Nawi
Hakimi, Mohammad
Santosa, Ailiana; et al.

Is Self-Rated Health an Independent Index for Mortality among Older People in Indonesia?
PLoS ONE, 7(4): e35308-

2012

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Santosa, Ailiana
Öhman, Ann
Högberg, Ulf; et al.

Cross-sectional survey of sexual dysfunction and quality of life among older people in Indonesia
Journal of Sexual Medicine, 8(6): 1594-1602

2011

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2014-03-10

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