Public Health Seminars

Every month, IPH holds public health seminars on various relevant topics within public health. Typically, the seminars will be given by IPH staff or visitors. All IPH seminars will be open to public and invitations will be posted on IPH’s website and social media channels. We particularly welcome students of health and allied subjects and young researchers/practitioners of public health.

Seminars will be held from 3:30 PM to 5 PM usually on second Friday of every month. 

Seminar no.TitleSpeakerDateTimeCluster AffiliationExternal link for Affiliation
1 "Strengthening microbiology laboratory capacity in India: health policy implications beyond the diagnosis and treatment of infectious diseases"Dr. Husain Poonawala03 November 20173:00 PM to 4:30 PMHere
2Malnutrition among children of migrant construction workers (Ahmedabad, Gujarat): Divya Ravindranath
2.00
03 November 20172:00 PM to 3:00 PMHere
3Research methods seminar series - 2Prashanth NS08 September 20173:00 PM to 4:30 PMHealth equity and evaluationHealth equity & evaluation cluster, IPH, Bengaluru
Here
4Research methods seminar series - 1Prashanth NS18 August 20172:00 PM to 5:00 PMHealth equity and evaluationHealth equity & evaluation cluster, IPH, Bengaluru
Here
5Towards health equity: understanding and improving health of forest-dwelling tribal communities in southern IndiaPrashanth NS14 July 20173:30 PM to 5:00 PMHealth equity and evaluationHealth equity & evaluation cluster, IPH, Bengaluru
Here
6Health services at primary care for Diabetes and Hypertension in Rural India: Patient and provider perspectives - findings of research study"Dorothy Lall9 June 20173:00 PM to 4:30 PMChronic conditionsChronic conditions cluster, IPH, BengaluruHere
7NCD’s in India: Using a vertical analysis tool to map out the problem N Devadasan ,Dorothy Lall12 May 20172.30 PM to 4:00 PMChronic conditionsChronic conditions cluster, IPH, BengaluruHere
8Law and NCD prevention: 3 case studies and discussionNikhil Gokani14 April 20173 PM to 4.30 PMChronic conditionsLaw and Non-Communicable Diseases Unit
Researcher, School of Law and Social Justice
University of Liverpool
Here
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