Hearing Health Infrastructure in Indonesia

  • Ronny Suwento


Hearing health services need adequate human resources. The capability to provide services leading to positive impact to the hearing health status of the community very much depends on the availability of well trained, and intelligent personnels having good ethics, in response to the need of the community.


Hearing Impairment Deaf Child Speech Therapist Deaf People Hearing Center 
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    Sirlan F and Suwento R (eds) (1997) Survey on Eye and Ear Health Care in 7 Provinces. Republic of Indonesia - Ministry of Health, JakartaGoogle Scholar
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    The World Health Report 2000 (2003) Health Systems: Improving Performance. WHOGoogle Scholar
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    Suwento R, Kadir A,.Zizlavsky S, Djelantik B, Hendarmin H. WHO-SEARO (2002): Study on Infrastructure and Health Services for The Prevention and Control of Deafness Final Report of Indonesia Chapter. JakartaGoogle Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Ronny Suwento
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  1. 1.Jakarta Center for Ear CareUniversity of IndonesiaIndonesia

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