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The Institute of Public Health, Bengaluru is a public health research and training institute based in Bengaluru, India. We are a non-profit organisation established with a vision of creating an equitable, integrated, decentralised and participatory health system within a just and empowered society.

IPH wants to strengthen the health system to ensure quality health care especially for the poor. A lot of health factors are still unknown in India. So IPH focuses on research into urban and rural public health issues. 

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The Soliga Story

  The Soliga people of southern India continue to live within and around forest areas. Their history, tradition, and culture are deeply rooted within the forests in which they live. In an increasingly globalised world, their ways and means slowly erode as they...

Delegates from African countries visit Tumakuru TB centre

African delegation visited our PhD project on 26. 10.16 as part of the Knowledge Exchange Visit on Public- Private Partnerships  in health. It was coordinated by Health Systems Research India Initiative in collaboration with German Technical Cooperation and Department...

Live Chat: Addressing Health Concerns in the City

Dr Thriveni B S, Faculty, Institute of Public Health participated as Public Health Expert in the panel of Live Chat: Addressing Health in the City organised by The Hindu news paper on 8th October 2016. To know more: Click...

Release of study report on tobacco package warnings

  Institute of Public Health, Bengaluru had organised a press conference on 17th September 2016 at Bharathiya Vidya Bhavan to release the findings of compliance study for 85% pictorial health warnings on tobacco products. The fact Sheets of Karnataka study was...

Paper from ATM Study Published on BMC Health Services Research

Improving access to medicines for non-communicable diseases in rural India: a mixed methods study protocol using quasi-experimental design:-  Paper from ATM Study Published on BMC Health Services Research Abstract Background: India has the distinction of financing its...

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