Dr. Rosnah Sutan (Associate Professor, Malaysia)
Dr Rosnah Sutan is an Associate Professor at the Medical Faculty National University of Malaysia (UKMMC). Her primary area of expertise is Family Health Physician and her research interest is public health related to reproductive health, maternal care and perinatal health. Her PHD dissertation was on the determinant of unexplained stillbirth. Her teaching career spans over 15 years. She has initiates psychosocial support group for perinatal bereavement couple in UKMMC and works with families who have suffered late loss of a baby. Her research team has collaborated with Perinatal Institute of United Kingdom for using customized growth chart (GROW apps) in preventing stillbirth and early identification of intrauterine growth restriction management in UKMMC. Currently, she has initiate a research in digitalization of maternal health information system with artificial intelligence company in promoting mother’s empowerment and monitoring to provide quality data for evidence based. She has strong background in health service research related to primary care setting especially on health seeking behaviour and social determinant of health. She has published a number of articles related to maternal and child health care and perinatal bereavement. She has also led many workshops in Malaysia on maternal and neonatal health monitoring and evaluation with collaboration of University of Aberdeen (IMMPACT) to strengthen MCH services planning using logframe matrix analysis framework.