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Research and Publications 20 Januari 2024

Look Book Survei and observation University of California, Los Angeles, Oxford Brookes University and Warmadewa Research Centre

Over the course of six years, the Warmadewa ResearchCenter (WaRC), established by the Bali Province Korpri Welfare Foundation (Yayasan Kesejahteraan Korpri Propinsi Bali), has generated several publications and nurtured a cadre of young lecturers with a solid research

background. The institution has carried out various innovation projects as a moral obligation in addition to disbursing research funds as the foundation requires. These programs aim to develop highly skilled individuals who can engage in advanced research and compete at

a higher level. A collaborative effort including several stakeholders has been developed and has been ongoing for over 4 years. Nevertheless, the most arduous obstacle is establishing confidence withmultinational entities as research partners in Indonesia.


The year 2023 has significant significance for WaRC in addressing this dilemma. In September 2023, Ar. I Nyoman Gede Maha Putra, S.T., M.Sc., Ph.D., the Director of Warmadewa Study Center, engaged inextensive conversation with his colleague at Oxford Brookes University about a study plan supported by UCLA in Indonesia that spans multiple years. During

that period, Maha Putra sent an invitation to the team consisting of Kuntayuni, S.S., MTransInterp, and Ni Wayan Erly Sintya Dewi, S.Si., Pg.Dip., M.Si. Their goals were to improve communication and create a oneyear plan for a comprehensive and interdisciplinary

research project that UCLA and Brookes were conducting in Indonesia. The focus of the study is on public health themes. Ultimately, in November 2023, Ar. I Nyoman Gede Maha Putra, S.T., M.Sc., Ph.D., effectively persuaded UCLA and Oxford Brookes to select Warmadewa University as a partner. Simultaneously, he assumed the role of the principal investigator in Indonesia, leading the research team at the Warmadewa University Study Center.