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. 

How to be effective in CSR partnership & challenges in CSR

Anirban terms himself as an accidental engineer having a passion for sports. Anirban comes with experience in sports sector where he consulted various club teams and leagues. Having played cricket at a competitive level has helped him use those skills in various...

Tobacco epidemic in India and the societal harms it causes

Syeda will present her work with the tobacco control project. She will be speaking about the tobacco epidemic in India and the societal harms it causes as well as current solutions including existing policy. She will also speak about the tobacco control project, which...

Pharm D program in india

Our guest speaker Prof. Kiran Nagaraj will introduce us to the Pharm. D program in India. He has finished his Master of Pharmacy Practice from JSS Mysore and PhD from Karpagam University. His research interests are in Public Health, Toxico-Vigilance and Geriatric...

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  • Social Health Assistance is one of the components of a comprehensive Social Health Protection Policy.
  • Institute of Public Health, Bangalore, conducted a dissemination meet on January 23rd, 2018 with the agenda of sharing the findings of more than five years of health systems research in improving care provision for NCDs in Karnataka.
  • Institute of Tropical Medicine (Belgium) in collaboration with Institute of Public Health (India) organised 3rd edition of e-Learning Workshop on Distance/Blended Learning titled “Get Started, Keep Moving”.
  • The overall course aims to develop IR capacity in both individuals and institutions, particularly in low- and middle-income countries, where the greatest needs for expanding IR capacity persist.
  • The course provides participants with the necessary knowledge and skills for human research management and helps scientists to:
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