Current short courses
Short courses at IPH are competency based and pedagogically sound that are designed to improve knowledge and skills of the participants on a specific topic or skill-set in public health
e-learning course in Public Health Management
The ePHM-Advanced course aims to provide overview of concepts on systems thinking and health systems strengthening
e-learning course in Health Financing
Health Financing aims to build the competency of participants in describing, implementing and analyzing a health financing system. HF is a key block of health system.
Short courses in pipeline
e-Learning course in Good Health Research Practice
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e-Learning course in Public Health Advocacy
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Frequently Asked Questions
Will I be provided a mentor for the course?
Yes, It is a tutor guided course. A qualified public health professional will be facilitating the course and will be there to guide you at each step.
How many hours per week should I spend?
The course is designed for health managers who are already busy with their work. So, the course expects a minimum of 4 hours per week.
Will I get a certificate for this course?
Yes. You will get a certificate provided that you fulfill all the requirements of the course which include timely completion of the assignments, final tests and a project.
Are there any options for a scholarship?
Yes! You can put in a request we have few seats rescued for the candidate. Based on our criteria we decide the eligibility for the scholarship.
What is the language of instruction in the course?
English will be the medium of instruction.
What are the class timings?
There are no specific class timings that you are expected to follow on a day to day basis. However there are certain activities that you have to complete within a certain time frame and submit before the given deadline to progress to the next stage in the course.
Are there any placement options after the course?
Since it is a short certificate course we do not have a dedicated placement cell for this course. However all the details of students enrolled in the course will be updated in the IPH database and any job opportunities that might arise in the future at IPH will be intimated to the alumnus via email and those who are interested can apply.
Testimonials from ePHM Basic
I have learnt many things from the online course on public health management, like how to analyse reports; evaluate health indicators and handle data for monthly reports. This course has helped improve my programme management skills. Thank you IPH!Rekha K Kaganur
We come from a management background where we don’t have much knowledge about health programmes like malaria, TB etc by doing this course we learnt many new things, like how to handle data & prepare for every meeting in the district. This course has improved my knowledge in health sector where I am now able to guide others in maintaining records and am confident about conducting meetings with the field staff. i very much enjoyed the course.Pavithra H
When i have joined as BPM i dint not had any knowledge about National Rural Health Mission but getting into the work i have personally learned what is NRHM & what are its programmes, associated Reports.But what knowledge i learned it was like raw material to complete our work.But by E-PHM course i have got full knowledge of NHM programmes how it works & what are its objectives.most imporatant is why this NHM is inroduced & how it is useful of public health.I mainly learned how to calculate indicators. Hope By completion of this course we BPM’s become Gem of NHMBasavaraj Chiniwalar
From all the BPMs of the state we would like to thank you for providing us a platform to learn a lot through ePHM. The learning journey is very relaxing, methodology of teaching is very conclusive, the tutors have great voices.Mehaboob Ali G
Thanks to All ePHM Staff for a wonderful course. I have learnt many things, like how to monitor and evaluate a national health programme; analyse the data and make use of this data to improve our work.Vishwanath BR
Being a business management graduate, i had less knowledge about the health programmes working as Block Programme Manager under National Health Mission. After enrolling to the ePHM course, i have learnt about the national programme in depth and gained more knowledge. This course helped me out in analysis and interpretation of the data which depends on the indicators. Now i can easily validate the data regarding the health programmes especially in Health Monitoring Information System. I am very thankful to our state health department and IPH Bangalore team.Sahana BA
Testimonials from ePHM Advanced
Although my colleague recommended this course to me, I felt a radical change in my understanding towards the programme, while pursuing this course through Institute of Public Health, Bangalore. The course and its content has been very useful and the entire programme has been designed to cover all aspects in public health. I am extremely thankful to IPH for introducing such a wonderful course, especially for working professionals.Jatinder pal singh chhatwal
Generating demand for Health programmes leading to its success: an example of Tuberculosis from northern India: By Moumita Biswas
In India, only 20% people with minor illness, and only 50% people with serious illness come to Government hospitals. Thus, there is a need to understand the reasons influencing health care seeking practices to generate demand for health programmes. Amongst rural and...
Role of NRCs (Nutrition Rehabilitation centre) in preventing malnutrition related deaths among under 5 children in Odisha: By Niranjan Bariyar
Introduction Acute malnutrition or wasting is a failure to gain weight or actual weight loss caused by inadequate food intake, incorrect feeding practices, infections or a combination of these. Considered both a medical and social disorder, Severe Acute Malnutrition...
India with a current population of 1.25 billion is posed to be the highest populated country with 1.6 billion by 2050. Indian public health planners have a huge challenge ahead - to serve and keep population healthy. Health care service resources will not increase in...
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Community Volunteers/Health workers – contribution in improving health services: By Jatinder Chhatwal
As we all know and recognise that community health workers (CHW) are the part of the community and have a significant role to play for our health improvement. There is plenty of scientific evidence wherein community involvement has increased the reach and impact of...
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The institute has been providing an online platform for learning for the past two years. We introduced the online course on public health management for professionals and beginners across the country to gain an understanding of how to be good public health managers....