Febi Dwirahmadi, BSc.PH, MSc.PH, PhD
Febi Dwi Rahmadi currently works as a lecturer for Global Health at the School of Medicine in Griffith University, Australia. Griffith University is ranked in the top 2% of universities globally. It also has a range of subjects ranked in the world’s top 200 and is a university where it has Australia’s most awarded teachers. Griffith is also a university that does its research that are rated at world standard or above in more than 50 disciplines.
Febi received his Bachelor of Science in Public Health degree for Epidemiology from the Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Indonesia in 2004. He then continued on to study at Griffith University in 2009 and got his Master of Science Degree in Public Health, where he majored in Disaster Risk Reduction and International Public Health. He also received a short course in Public Health Emergency from the China Academy of Science, Institute of Geography and Natural Resources Center in 2013. He then acquired his PhD in Climate Change Adaptation, Disaster Risk Reduction, and Urban Resilience from Griffith University in 2016.
As a lecturer, his teaching courses cover the topics of disaster management and resilience building, global health priorities and interventions, health program planning monitoring and evaluation, and also research design and planning or public health research methods.