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The Institute of Public Health is committed to training the next generation of public health professionals through need based capacity building programmes, internships and short online courses. These trainings are implemented within health services through e-learning and blended training approaches.

Mission

To improve the capacity & build critical competencies of the health workforce and researchers through training programmes and courses that are of high quality that are coherent with achieving the vision of strengthening health systems in India.

Short Courses

Internships

PhD programmes

Projects

Latest Updates

Exploring peer learning methods in online environment

  Application of the peer learning principles in the field of education has a long history. Lot of research has been done by psychologists, sociologists and educators on this and results have been positive. Peer learning has been seen as an effective methodology...

Individual Reflections about e-Learning workshop, 2015 By David Lubogo

I am a Lecturer at Makerere University College of Health Sciences, School of Public Health, Uganda. I am involved in training and supervising Master of Public Health Distance Education (MPH-­‐DE) students at the College. Supervision of Distance Education students...

How can Jharkhand improve its maternal mortality rates?

Maternal death is defined as “the death of a woman while pregnant or within 42 days of termination of pregnancy, irrespective of the duration and the site of the pregnancy, from any cause related to or aggravated by the pregnancy or its management, but not from...

Moving towards inclusive healthcare for migrants in India

  According to the 2011 census, approximately 400m of India’s 1.21bn population are “internal migrants.” These migrant communities in Indian cities constitute a large proportion of people living in urban slums. Some of them have migrated from rural to urban...

The unaffordability of cancer treatment in India

  It was estimated that nearly one million new cases of cancers will have been diagnosed in India by 2015, of which 0.67 million people are expected to die of conditions related to cancer. Cancer of the mouth and lungs in men, and cervix and breast cancer in...

Would India be prepared if there was another swine flu outbreak?

The swine flu epidemic caused by a new strain of the influenza A (H1N1) virus became a public health problem in India in 2014 for the second time in the last decade. In 2009, it was categorised as a pandemic by the Indian government and all public health centres were...

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