Disaster Response and Recovery

Develop the skills to assist organisations and communities to respond to and recover from disasters and major incidents.
QUT EX course facilitator

Your expert facilitator Dr Sam Toloo

Dr Sam Toloo conducted his master’s dissertation a research in 1990-91 on the socio-demographic factors that affected the severity of and recovery from mental illness among the Iranian veterans of the Iran-Iraq war. Sam then worked as an Assistant Lecturer in Iran before attending the Australian National University for his PhD study on the associations of social-psychological and cultural beliefs and attitudes with health seeking and consultation behaviour of the Lebanese Australians in Sydney. He pursued his passion in this area and extended his research to understanding social-psychological determinants of inequality in accessing and utilising emergency health services including ambulance and hospital emergency departments, as well as community vulnerability to health effects of heatwaves.

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