PhD programme at IPH

PhD programme at IPH

The Institute of Public Health Bengaluru (IPH) is launching a PhD programme with the Institute for Trans-Disciplinary Health Sciences and Technology. Those interested can directly register for the PhD via the university website  For those interested in registering for the PhD via IPH, details will be made available shortly on the IPH website

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Regional road safety meeting

Regional road safety meeting

CUTS International in partnership with Centre for Environment & Development (CED) organized a Regional Meeting on ‘Road safety – Motor Vehicle (Amendment) Bill 2017 & Way Forward’ in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala on July 14, 2017. Adv. Mathew T. Thomas (Minister for Water Resources, Govt. of Kerala and former Minister for Transport), inaugurated the meeting
About 100 participants, including delegates from 7 states, attended the workshop. Pragati Hebbar of Institute of Public Health participated in the meeting. 
Short video on Induction Training For Primary Health Centre Medical Officers, Tumkur

Short video on Induction Training For Primary Health Centre Medical Officers, Tumkur

 

 

In collaboration with the Department of Health & Family Welfare, Tumkur District, the Institute of Public Health, Bengaluru hosted a 5 day “Induction Training” programme for newly appointed Primary Health Centre (PHC) Medical Officers for Tumkur district. Tumkur is the first district in the state to orient newly appointed Medical Officers. The 5 day programme was attended by 31 doctors (that included specialists) and was well appreciated by all. The participants felt that it gave them a good introduction to their roles and responsibilities, the district staff felt that this would make the PHC Medical Officer’s perform better.

 

“At Source Waste Segregation and Management program” in KG Halli

“At Source Waste Segregation and Management program” in KG Halli

 

Institute of Public Health (IPH), in association with the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) and Sarvagna Health Care Institute (www.shci.in), another non for profit trust, kick started a project to change KG Halli to address issue of waste management. Bengaluru Development Minister Shri K J George inaugurated this program.

During the launch, residents in a colony of economic weaker section at Kadugondanahalli (KG Halli) were provided with two separate bins and awareness material about wet and dry waste for each house and Urban health team members created awareness about the importance of segregation at source for these residents.
The process of  waste collection from house till the  disposal will be followed up closely and documented to understand the effectiveness of this initiative and to scale it up to other areas in a phased manner.
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To know more about this program click on the links below:

NGOs and BBMP Launch Unique Solid Waste Management

KG Halli set to say goodbye to garbage woes