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Mohammad Kadir

  • BSc (Hon), MSc (Research), PhD
  • Lecturer in Public Health
  • Torrens University Australia - Brisbane Campus
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Dr Mohammad Kadir is a public health psychologist has expertise in designing, implementing and evaluating theory- and evidence-based behaviour change intervention program. Dr Kadir works on hygiene, physical activity and sexual health behaviours. Dr Kadir has experiences working on psychometric scale construction, systematic literature review, qualitative and quantitative methods. Dr Kadir is teaching (1) Community Health and Disease Prevention and (2) Program Design, Implementation and Evaluation to Master of Public Health (Advanced) students. Dr Kadir taught Introduction to Psychology, Social Psychology, Industrial-Organisational Psychology, Advanced Experimental Psychology, Marketing Research, Marketing Strategies and Metrics, and Statistics for Social Research.

Recent publications

  • Physical activity attitudes among adolescents in Bangladesh

    • Burton N
    • Kadir M
    • Khan A
  • Learning what our target audiences think and do: extending segmentation to all four bases

    • Kitunen A
    • Rundle-Thiele S
    • Kadir M
    • et al.

Professional experience

Lecturer in Public Health

Torrens University Australia - Brisbane Campus

February 2019 - Present

Research Fellow

Griffith University

September 2016 - Present

Sessional Academic

Griffith University

February 2012 - Present

Research Officer

University of Queensland Ipswich Campus

August 2011 - March 2012(7 months)


BRAC University Business School

September 2007 - December 2010(3 years)

Research Investigator

International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research

September 2007 - October 2009(2 years)

Student Development Specialist

BRAC University

August 2006 - September 2007(a year)


Department of Marketing

Griffith University

February 2012 - April 2016(4 years)

Department of Psychology

University of Dhaka

August 2000 - July 2002(2 years)

Department of Psychology

University of Dhaka

August 1996 - July 2000(4 years)


Co-authors (123)