Short Course

Public Health perspective againts community resilience After Disaster


Indonesia is one of the countries where passed by active plates and ring of fire so that they are vulnerable to disasters. Disasters have a very large impact on various sectors. Resilience to disasters are one of the strategic components to restore conditions after a disaster. It needs the support of human resources from various components. This course provides knowledge and skills about disaster resilience so that after attending this training participants are able to assess the condition of community resilience to disasters.


Course method:

In-class and field practice


Time allocation:

The course will be held for 2 weeks, 12 – 24 November 2018 or 21 January 2019 – 2 February 2019 (facultative)




  1. The concept of a disaster, including types and impacts of disasters on public health
  2. The role of leadership and regional commitment in disaster management
  3. Disaster management
  4. Efforts to protect the community after a disaster, including concept, indicators and methods of measurement
  5. Instruments assessment for community resilience after a disaster
  6. Practice: psychological problems and disaster resilience


Field practice:

  1. Conduct an assessment (stress level) and community resilience after a disaster
  2. Presentation of assessment results