In 2015 Hamdi graduated as a paramedic in Emergency and Resuscitation from the Higher School of Health Science and Techniques of Sousse (Tunisia). Two years later he got his research master’s in Health Sciences (MSc) at the same school. Hamdi is currently in his last year of PhD in Health Sciences at the Faculty of Medicine of Sousse (Tunisia), and focusing his research work on Hospital Disaster Preparedness.
Hamdi works at CRIMEDIM as a postdoctoral research fellow. He is mainly involved in the Doctoral Program in Global Health, Humanitarian Aid and Disaster Medicine: he provides lectures on research methods, collaborates with the coordination and organization of the PhD program, and provides ongoing support to PhD students throughout their research projects, he is also involved in other research-related and EU funded activities at CRIMEDIM, such as No-Fear and NIGHTINGALE.
Besides that, Hamdi is involved in some training activities of CRIMEDIM such as the EMDM.