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International Food Policy Research Institute. Global Nutrition Report: Actions And Accountability To Advance Nutrition And Sustainable Development. 2015.

R. Agustina, AV Shankar, A. Ayuningtyas, E. Achadi, AH. Shankar. Maternal Agency Influences the Prevalence of Diarrhea and Acute Respiratory Tract Infections Among Young Indonesians. Maternal and Child Health Journal. 2015.

International Food Policy Research Institute. Global Nutrition Report: Actions And Accountability To Accelerate The World's Progress on Nutrition. 2014.

W Van Lerberghe, Z. Matthews, E. Achadi, et al. Country Experience with Strengthening of Health System and Development of Midwives in Countries with High Maternal Mortality. The Lancet. 2014.

Black, Robert E. et al. Maternal and Child Nutrition 1: Maternal and Child Undernutrition and Overweight in Low Income and Middle Income Countries. Lancet 2013; 382:427-51.

Bhutta, Zulfiqar A. Evidance-Based Interventions for Improvement of Maternal and Child Nutrition: What Can Be Done and at What Cost. The Lancet.2013.

Nurjamil. Sri Heryani. Pengaruh Pelaksanaan Kebijakan Pendekatan Positive Deviance Terhadap Manajemen Penyuluhan Gizi Untuk Upaya Penurunan Angka Gizi Buruk. Jurnal Ilmu Sosial Vol 1 No 1. Insan Academica Publications. 2013.

Dahlia, Sitti. Pengaruh Pendekatan Positive Deviance Terhadap Peningkatan Status Gizi Balita. Media Gizi Masyarakat Indonesia vol 2 no 1. 2012.

Kasmini Handayani, Okti Woro. Daerah Positive  Deviance Sebagai Rekomendasi Model Perbaikan Gizi. Jurnal Kesehatan Masyarakat 7(2). 2012.

Cecilia S. Acuin, Geok Lin Khor, Tippawan Liabsuetrakul, Endang Achadi, et al. Maternal, Neonatal, And Child Health in South East Asia: Towards Greater Region Collaboration. The Lancet. 2011.

Tjukami T,  Prihatini S, dan Hermina, Faktor Pembeda Prevalensi Gizi Kurang dan Buruk Pada Balita di Daerah Tidak Miskin, Pusat Teknologi Terapan Kesehatan dan Epidemiologi Klinik, Buletin Penelitian Kesehatan, Vol. 39, No.2, 2011: 52 – 61.

Kusumawardhani N  dan Martianto D, Kaitan Antara Prevalensi Gizi Buruk Dengan PDRB PER Kapita Dan Tingkat Kemiskinan Serta Estimas Kerugian Ekonomi Akibat Gizi Buruk Pada Balita Di Berbagai Kabupaten/Kota Di Pulau Jawa Dan Bali, Jurnal Gizi dan Pangan, 2011, 6(1): 100–108 Journal of Nutrition and Food, 2011, 6(1): 100–108.

Nur Hidayati Rinna.Hubungan Tugas Kesehatan Keluarga, Karakteristik Keluarga dan Anak Dengan Status Gizi Balita di Wilayah Puskesmas Pancoran Mas Kota Depok. Tesis. Program Studi Magister Keperawatan. Universitas Indonesia. 2011.

CTA Institute for Teaching, Positive Deviance work turns teachers and administrators into learners, IFT Newsletter,Februari, 2010.

Ariefiani Rizma. Pola Asuh Makan dan Kesehatan Pada Rumah Tangga yang Tahan dan Tidak Tahan Pangan serta Kaitannya dengan Status Gizi Anak Balita di Kabupaten Bajarnegara Propinvi Jawa Tengah.Skripsi.Departemen Masyarakat Fakultas Ekologi  Manusia Gizi IPB Bogor. 2009.

Buanasita Annas, dkk. Three Months of Positive Deviance Approach Integrated with PosyanduTKA Increased Development Performance and Decreased Morbidity of Underweight Children (6–59 Months). The Indonesian Journal of Public Health. Vol 4 No 3.Maret 2008.

Turnip, Frisda, Pengaruh Positive Deviance pada Ibu Dari Keluarga Miskin Terhadap Status Gizi Anak Usia 12-24 Bulan di Kecamatan Sindikalang Kabupaten Dairi   Tahun 2007,  Tesis Universitas Sumatera Utara Medan, 2008.

Schooley Janine, Morales Linda. Learning From the Community to Improve Maternal–Child Health and Nutrition: The Positive Deviance/Hearth Approach. Journal of Midwifery & Women’s Health Vol 52 No. 4. July-August 2007.

Save The Children, Final Report : ENABLE (Enabling Communities to Combat Child Trafficking through Education Project), March 2007.

Aryastami K. Perbaikan Gizi Anak Balita melalui Pendekatan Positive Deviance :Sebuah Uji Coba di Kabupaten Cianjur. Universa Medicina Vol 25 NO. 2. 2006.

Ahari M, Houser RF, Yassin S, et al. A positive deviance-based antenatal nutrition project improves birth-weight in Upper Egypt. J Health Popul Nutr. 2006;24(4): 498-507.

Fielding K,  Hoog Michael A. and Annandale Nicole, Reactions to PositiveDeviance: Social Identity and Attribution Dimensions, Group Processes & Intergroup Relations vol 9 tahun 2006

Masithah Tita, Soekirman, Martianto Drajat. Hubungan Pola Asuh Makan dan Kesehatan dengan Status Gizi Anak Batita di Desa Mulya Harja.Media Gizi dan Keluarga. Desember 29(2). 2005.

Engle1 P, Bentley M , and Pelto G, The role of care in nutrition programmes: current research and a research agenda, Nutrion Society, 2005.

Van Gaalen, A.M.J, Review of initiatives to combat child trafficking, Save the Children Alliance. Working Paper. 2003.

Triadi, Dedi, Positive Deviance Sebagai  Model Perubahan Perilaku Sosial,Jurnal Sosiologi SIGAI Wol  V No 8 Tahun 2003.

PATH, Improving The Health Of Newborns In Indonesia, Final Report To USAID, 2003.

Sethi V, Kashyap S, Seth V, Agarwal S. Encouraging Appropriate Infant Feeding Practices in Slums: A Positive Deviance Approach. Pakistan Journal of Nutrition 2 (3): 164-166, 2003.

International Programme on The Ellimination of Child Labour (IPEC), Unbearable to the Human Heart; Child Trafficking and action to Elliminate it, International Labour Office, 2002.

Clawson, Victoria, Application of The Positive Deviance Approach to Anti-Trafficking Programming in Nepal–A Trial in Nuwakot District, Save The Children, 2002.

Bolles K, Speraw C, Berggren G, Lafontant JG. Ti Foyer (hearth) community-based nutrition activities informed by the positive deviance approach in Leongane, Haiti: A programmatic description. Food Nutr Bull. 2002;23(4):9-15.

Hendrickson JL, Dearden K, Pachon H, An NH, Schroeder DG, Marsh DR. Empowerment in Rural Viet Nam: Exploring changes in mothers and health volunteers in the context of an integrated nutrition project. Food Nutrion Bulletin. 2002;23(4):83-91.

Marsh DR, Sternin M, Khadduri R, et al. Identification of model newborn care practices through a positive deviance inquiry to guide behavior-change interventions in Haripur, Pakistan. Food Nutr Bull. 2002;23(4):107-116.

Lapping K, Marsh DR, Rosenbaum J, Swedberg E, Sternin J, Sternin M and Schroeder DG. The positive deviance approach: Challenges and opportunities for the future. Food and Nutrition Bulletin 23(4):128-135, 2002.

In House Training Positive Deviance

PDRC FKM UI is running training for people who want to learn and implementation positive deviance approach.  The course takes places at Instiuition which invited PDRC’s facilitator or another location.

For more information, download the leaflet: In house Training Positive Deviance or contact PDRC email : pdrc.fkmui@gmail.com