Dr Badrul Bhuiyan

Public Health Institute

Currently, Dr Mohammad Badrul Bhuiyan (known as Badrul) is working as a Public Health Researcher with the Public Health Institute, Faculty of Health, Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) in the United Kingdom.

Badrul is a Medical Doctor (Physician) and Health Researcher trained, experienced, and highly motivated in Global Health (International Public Health), Systematic Reviews & Evidence Synthesis, Health Equity & Equality, Violence Prevention, Public Health & Policy, Health Technology Assessment, Health Systems Strengthening in Low-and-middle-income countries (LMICs), Evidence-based policy & practice, Programme Evaluation using Mixed-methods Research, Intervention Studies & Clinical Trials covering Chronic Diseases, Maternal Health and in Child Health (Paediatrics).

Dr Bhuiyan has been contributing nationally and internationally for a long-period of time through his research, teaching and clinical involvements; and he has been working hard dedicatedly for improving lives of humankind around the globe.
As a Governor of a primary school in Liverpool (England), Badrul has been contributing for safeguarding children and violence prevention through his voluntary service.




Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM), United Kingdom, PhD Candidate in Global Health
Liverpool Hope University, United Kingdom, MSc in Research Methods
Liverpool Hope University, United Kingdom, MA in English Language
Independent University, Bangladesh, Master of Public Health (MPH)
University of Dhaka (Shere-E-Bangla Medical College), Bangladesh, Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MBBS)


University of Gothenburg, Sweden, Sweden, Systematic Reviews & Meta-analysis
Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM), United Kingdom, Using Systematic Reviews in Policy
Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM), United Kingdom, Research Methods in International Health (Quantitative & Qualitative Methods)
University of Gothenburg, Sweden, Universal Health Coverage: Analysis, Evidence and Policy
Department of Statistics, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, Training course on “SPSS for Professionals, Researchers and Students”
Indian Institute of Public Health, Delhi, India, Case-Control Study: Basics and Beyond
icddr,b (International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh), Gender Awareness Workshop

Academic appointments

Demonstrator, Liverpool Hope University, 2010 - 2011

Postgraduate training

Research Supervisor Workshop, United Kingdom, The Doctoral Academy, Liverpool John Moores University, 2023 - 2023
Systematic Reviews & Meta-Analysis, Sweden, University of Gothenburg, 2022 - 2022
Using Systematic Reviews in Policy, United Kingdom, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, 2022 - 2022
Universal Health Coverage: Analysis, Evidence and Policy, Sweden, University of Gothenburg, 2022 - 2022
Research Methods in International Health, United Kingdom, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, 2021 - 2021
Training course on “SPSS for Professionals, Researchers and Students”, Bangladesh, University of Dhaka, 2008 - 2008
Post-graduate Training in Paediatrics and Child Health, Bangladesh, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU), 2004 - 2004

Journal article

Rahman A, Bhuiyan MB, Das SK. 2022. Effect of short-term educational intervention on complementary feeding index among infants in rural Bangladesh: a randomized control trial BMC Nutrition, 8 DOI Publisher Url Public Url

Bhuiyan BA, Urmi IJ, Chowdhury ME, Rahman T, Hasan AS, Simkhada PP. 2019. Assessing whether medical language is a barrier to receiving healthcare services in Bangladesh: an exploratory study. BJGP Open, 3 DOI Author Url Publisher Url Public Url

Rahman A, Reza AAS, Bhuiyan BA, Alam N, Dasgupta SK, Mostari S, Anwar I. 2018. Equity and determinants of routine child immunisation programme among tribal and non-tribal populations in rural Tangail subdistrict, Bangladesh: A cohort study BMJ Open, 8 DOI Author Url Publisher Url Public Url

Alam B, Mridha MK, Biswas TK, Roy L, Rahman M, Chowdhury ME. 2015. Coverage of emergency obstetric care and availability of services in public and private health facilities in Bangladesh International Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics, 131 :63-69 DOI Publisher Url

Editorial/letter to the editor

Simkhada P, Poudel AN, Simkhada B, Sumnall H, Jones L, Bista S, McVeigh J, Gaidhane A, Zahiruddin QS, Chowdhury ME, Bhuiyan MBAS, Iliyasu Z, Pant PR, Kurmi O, Hill R, van Teijlingen E, Regmi PR. 2016. Need and scope of global partnership on public health research Journal of Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Sciences University, 11 :202-204


Urmi IJ, Alam B, Hasan AS, Rahman T. 2016. Language of Medicine in Bangladesh: Way for a Better Access to Health Care


Alam B, Sarker BK, Shafi S, Banu M, Ahmed A, Mridha MK, Bhuiyan M. 2012. Assessment of performance of community health workers of MANOSHI

Mridha MK, Koblinsky M, Ashraf A, Moran AC, Anwar I, Islam N, Johnson FA, Alam B, Sarker BK, Ahmed A, Chowdhury ME, Bhuiyan M. 2009. Maternal, neonatal, child health and family planning care configurations in Bangladesh: availability and use

Mridha MK, Hossain A, Alam B, Sarker BK, Wahed T, Khan R, Roy S, Bhuiyan M. 2009. The Perceptions of Community Groups to Improve MNCH in Urban Slums: An Exploratory Case Study of Korail Slum in Dhaka

Hossain MA, Mridha MK, Alam B, Nahar S, Wahed T, Bhuiyan M. 2009. Mapping the Healthcare-Market for MNCH Care: The Case of Providers and Facilities of Korail Slum in Dhaka

Conference publication

Alam B, Chowdhury ME, Dasgupta SK, Shafi S, Islam N, Mridha MK, Bhuiyan M. 2009. Audit of Comprehensive Emergency Obstetric Care Facilities under Public Sector in Bangladesh

Chowdhury ME, Alam B, Ahmed A, Mridha MK, Bhuiyan M. 2009. Human Resource Situation for Maternal Health Services in Public Sector Facilities in Bangladesh

Sarker BK, Mridha MK, Chowdhury ME, Quaiyum A, Kalim N, Roy S, Alam B, Bhuiyan M. 2009. Factors Facilitating and Hindering Maternal Healthcare Services in Bangladesh

Bhuiyan MB. Exploration of Challenges and Facilitators to Improve Strategies for Childhood EPI Vaccinations in Hard-to-Reach Areas of Bangladesh PGR Student Conference, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM), UK.

External committees:

Board of Governors, Lawrence Community Primary School, Liverpool, Governor.