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Dr.Muhammad Arsyad Subu Assistant Professor Academic RankAssistant Professor

Specialization:

  • Mental Health Nursing

Research Interests:

  • 1) Psychiatric - Mental Health Nursing 2) Community/Public Health Nursing 3) Stigma and Mental Illness 4) Nursing Education 5) Qualitative research methods.

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1) PhD Nursing – School of Nursing Faculty of Health Sciences University of Ottawa, Canada 2) Master Science Degree in Nursing (MSN). School of Nursing Villanova University, Pennsylvania, USA. 3) Bachelor in Nursing (BSN) – Faculty of Nursing University Indonesia (UI) Jakarta Indonesia.
1) 2018 – Now: Assistant professor Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing – Nursing Program College of Health Sciences, University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates (UAE). 2) 2016 – 2018: Assistant professor Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing – BSN Program College of Health Sciences, Gulf Medical University (GMU) Ajman, United Arab Emirates (UAE). 3) 2011 - 2014 Research Assistant – School of Nursing Faculty of Health Sciences University of Ottawa Canada. 4) 2011 – 2015: Teaching Assistant – School of Nursing, Faculty of Health Sciences University of Ottawa Canada. 5) 2005 - 2012: Teaching Staff at Nursing Department – Binawan Institute of Health Sciences (STIKes Binawan) Nursing Program, Jakarta Indonesia. 6) 2006-2010: Department Head – Psychiatric-Mental Health and Community Health Nursing. Binawan Institute of Health Sciences (STIKes Binawan) Nursing Program, Jakarta Indonesia. 7) 2007- 2009: WHO & University of Indonesia: Implementation of Community Mental Health Nursing (CMHN) in Simelue Island Aceh Province Indonesia. 8) 1996 – 2000: 1. Teaching Staff – Psychiatric-Mental Health. Nursing Academy of Nursing Polytechnic of Health Makassar Indonesia; 9) 2. Nurse and Clinical Instructor - Academy of Nursing and Diploma I Mental Health Students, Makassar Psychiatry Mental Hospital (400 beds) 10) 1994 – 1996: Nurse – Makassar Psychiatry Mental Hospital (400 beds). 11) Nurse and Clinical Instructor - Academy of Nursing and Diploma I Mental Health Students, Makassar Psychiatry Mental Hospital (400 beds).
Teaching, research activity
1) Registered Nurses Association of Ontario Canada, Member (05/2011) 2) Indonesian National Nurses Association (INNA), Member (05/2000) 3) Nursing Best Practice Unit University of Ottawa-RNAO (06/2010).
Stigma on Mental health and HIV -AIDS
1) Subu, M.A., Wati, D.F., Netrida, N., Priscilla, V., & Karim, U.N. (2018). Family Stigma’ - Stigmatization among Muslim Family Members Living with Mental Illness People in Sumatra Republic of Indonesia. Accepted for Publication. Gulf Medical Journal. 1-12, 2018. 2) Subu, M.A., Waluyo, I., Nurdin, A.E., Vetty Priscilla, V., Tilawaty Aprina, T. (2018). Stigmatisasi, Kekerasan dan Ketakutan diantara Orang Dengan Gangguan Jiwa (ODGJ) di Indonesia: Constructivist Grounded Theory. [In Indonesian Language]. Brawijaya Medical Journal, 30, (1), 53-60 3) Subu, M.A., Esti, A., Fernandes, F., Fatmadona, R., & Sasmita, H. (2017). ‘Between Us and Them’ - Understanding Stigma and Stigmatization among People with HIV/AIDS in Sumatra Island Indonesia. ASEAN Journal of Psychiatry. 18(1), 1-13. 4) Subu, M.A., Holmes, D., Elliot, J., & Jacob, J.D. (2017). Persistent Taboo: Understanding Mental Illness and Stigma among Indonesian Adults through Grounded Theory. Asian Journal of Pharmacy, Nursing and Medical Sciences. 5(1), 1-11. 5) Subu M.A. (2017). A Reflection of Adopting Paillé’s Data Analysis in Constructivist Grounded Theory Research. WWJMRD. 3(7): 314-318 6) Siswo, P., Arsyad, N., Waluyo, I., Subu, M.A, & Susilowati, I.D. (2017). Cognitive and Attention Based Differential of fall among Elderly in Two Elderly Homes in Cengkareng Sub District, West Jakarta, 2012. Journal of Ergonomics. 7(1), 1-6. 7) Poerwanto S., Prasatwati, E., Insriwati, Waluyo, I., Subu M.A., & Harsodjo, S. (2017). The Outcome of Postnatal Exercise on Depressed Women Six to 16 Weeks after Delivery in Sukabumi City, 2014: Pre and Post Intervention Study. Journal of Health & Medical Informatics, 7: 247, 2-4. Doi: 10.4172/2157-7420.1000247\ 8) Subu, M.A., Holmes, D., Elliot, J. (2016). Stigmatization and Violent Behavior on Mental Illness Patient in Indonesia. Stigmatisasi dan Perilaku Kekerasan pada Orang dengan Gangguan Jiwa (ODGJ) di Indonesia. Jurnal Keperawatan Indonesia, 19 (3), 91-199. DOI: 10.7454/jki.v19i3.481. [In Indonesian Language]. 9) Subu, M.A. (2015). Traditional and Alternative Therapies Usage by Psychiatric Patients: A Grounded Theory. Journal of Nursing Padjadjaran. 3 (3), 193-203. 10) Poerwanto, S., Ali, M., Waluyo, I., Hananto, M., Subu, M.A. (2012). Evaluasi Program Rehabilitasi Terhadap Kapasitas Aerobik Pada Pasien Pasca Operasi CABG Di Rumah Sakit Jantung Harapan Kita Tahun 2009. Jurnal Ilmiah Fisioterapi, 2 No. 2 (8), 30-34. [In Indonesian Language].
1) Postdoctoral Fellows : - 2) PhD Students : 5 3) Master Students : 22 4) Undergraduate Students : 50
1) Admission Scholarship, University of Ottawa Canada, 2010 2) Continuing Education Grant, Ministry of Education of Indonesia, 2010 3) Continuing Education Grant, Health Project V – World Health 4) Organization & Ministry of Education of Indonesia, 2001 5) 4) Nursing Scholarship Awards, Ministry of Health of Indonesia, 1998.
Service as Reviewer: 1) International Journal of Studies in Nursing, ISSN No., ISSN 2424-9653 (Print), ISSN 2529-7317 (Online), Nursing Singapore, (since: 11/2017) 2) Indonesian Journal of Nursing, ISSN No. PISSN: 1410-4490, EISSN: 2354-9203, University of Indonesia, (since: 06/2016) 3) Padjadjaran Nursing Journal, ISSN No., 2338-5324, eISSN: 2442-7276, University of Padjadjaran, (since: 01/2017). 4) Africa Journal of Nursing and Midwifery, ISSN No., 1682-5055, University of South Africa, (since: 09/2017). 5) Journal Aisyah : Jurnal Ilmu Kesehatan, Indonesia ISSN 2502-4825 (Print) and ISSN 2502-9495 (Online), STIKes Aisyah, (since: 03/2018). Membership of Journal Editorial Boards 1) International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Medicine, ISSN No., 2519-9889, (since: 08/2017). 2) Reports in Clinical Studies and Medicine. http://ojs.piscomed.com/index.php/rcsm/about/editorialTeam 3) Advanced Nursing & Patient Care International Journal (ANPCIJ). (since: 05/2017). https://chembiopublishers.com/ANPCIJ/editorial-board.php. (since: 04/2018). Invited Presentations at Scientific Meetings/Workshops 1) Optimization of Major Scientific Track for Health Care Transformation - Advancing Health Practices by Practicing the Nurses. International Seminar Saveetha University, (Chennai Tamil Nadu, India), 2017. 2) ‘Family Stigma’ - Stigmatization among Muslim Family Members Living with Mental Illness People in Sumatra Republic of Indonesia. The Biennial International Nursing Conference (BINC), (Jakarta Indonesia), 2017 3) Psychosocial Problems of Patients in Critical Care Units. Presented at International Workshop on Critical Care Nursing. CASH in Collaboration with Nursing Sciences Department, College of Allied Health Sciences Gulf Medical University, (Ajman United Arab Emirates), 2017. 4) Depression among Postpartum (A multi-disciplinary Study Approach). 2nd International Physiotherapy Conference, (Udaipur India), 2017 5) Stigma and Stigmatization towards Mentally Ill People. Presented at Binawan Institute of Health Sciences, (Jakarta, Indonesia), 2016. 6) Mental Illness, Stigma and Stigmatization among Indonesian. Presented at Faculty of Health Sciences University of Ottawa, (Ottawa, Canada), 2015. 7) Forensic Psychiatric Nursing Care - a New Perspective in Nursing Profession in Indonesia. South East Asian Conference of Mental Health Nursing, (Pekanbaru Riau – Indonesia), 2015. 8) Inter-professional Education in Healthcare in Forensic Nursing, International Seminar, Workshop, Public Lecture “Global Mental Health Initiative” Faculty of Nursing University of Indonesia, (Jakarta, Indonesia), 2014 9) Qualitative Research in Nursing Inquiry. Presented at Binawan Institute of Health Sciences (Jakarta, Indonesia), 2014. 10) Modality Therapies in Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing, Indonesian National Conference of Mental Health Nursing (Pontianak, Indonesia), 2013. University Service 1) Gulf Medical University, UAE, Period (08/16 - Now), Head of Mental Health Nursing. 2) Binawan Institute of Health Sciences (STIKes Binawan) Jakarta, Indonesia, (05/2006 – 07/2010). Department Head, Nursing Program, Psychiatric-Mental Health and Community Health Nursing. 3) WHO & University of Indonesia, Indonesia, (02/2007- 05/2009), Program Head, Implementation of Community Mental Health Nursing (CMHN) in Simelue Island Aceh Province. Service to Profession/Industry 1) University of Muhammadiyah Surakarta (UMS), Indonesia, Consultant International Nursing Program, (04/2008-04/2010). 2) University of Respati Yogyakarta (UNRIYO), Indonesia, Consultant BSN International Program Curriculum Development (03/2006-03/2008). 3) PT. Millenium Muda Mandiri (MMM), Indonesia, Consultant International Nursing Training Program (CGFNS/NCLEX-RN), (10/2007-08/2010). 4) Ministry of Health of Indonesia, Pusat Peningkatan Pemeliharaan dan Penanggulangan Inteligensia Kesehatan (P3IK) Depkes RI, Indonesia. 5) Consultant Health Intelligence Program, (08/2008-05/2010).
For me, the central goal of this pedagogy is to empower students in their education by providing dynamic learning situations and exciting research opportunities. Learning is not something that can be defined as a procedure; but learning is something that occurs in a rather unstructured and ad-hoc way. My personal teaching philosophy is based on my belief that “Teaching is about Learning”. In order to improve my skills in teaching, I must focus on the learning needs of the future that will be shaped by my students. I do believe that learning is built into structures and processes. As we make new connections between concepts, add new strategies, link those new concepts to old concepts, then we begin to learn and our body of knowledge grows. Also, knowledge is a web of concepts with a whole lot of knowledge between them. I also believe that quality of my students’ undergraduate education must be made a high priority. All of my teaching opportunities should be built on the idea of individual inquiry by my student and this principle makes an education as a student centered process, not the teacher centered.
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