Jerico Pardosi, S.KM, M.PH, Ph.D
Jerico Pardosi is a Lecturer at the Queensland University of Technology. It is a public research university located in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Queensland University of Technology (QUT) has two campuses in Brisbane area viz. Gardens Point and Kelvin Grove. As of 2019, the university has 52,511 students enrolled. The university has received several awards such as Top 190 World University Rankings according to Times Higher Education on 2021, Ranked 1st in Australia for Media and Communication according to QS World University Rankings, and among the Top 1% of Business Schools according to International Triple Crown Accredited Business School.
Jerico Pardosi received his diploma degree from the Environmental Health Academy in Indonesia on 2001. He continued his study at Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Indonesia and received his bachelor’s degree in Public Health on 2007. His passion towards public health field pushed him to pursue a master’s degree in International Public Health/International Health at The University of Queensland on 2009. He received his master’s degree within a year. On 2012 he enrolled into Macquarie University to complete his study and earned his Doctor of Philosophy in Health Demography four years later.
He became a Public Health Researcher for the Indonesia’s Ministry of Health since 2008 and has published about 14 research articles that mostly talks about Health Demography. His recent publication is called “District-level Impacts of Health System Decentralization in Indonesia: A Systematic Review”. During his time at Macquarie University, he became a Tutor for Demographic Fundamentals and Global Population Challenges classes. After graduating from Macquarie University, he became an Associate Lecturer at University of South Wales (UNSW) Australia for three years. On March 2019, he became a Lecturer for the Queensland University of Technology until now.