The Institute of Public Health, Bengaluru

Is a non-profit academic institution established with a vision of creating an equitable, integrated, decentralised and participatory health system within a just and empowered society.

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IPH strives to strengthen the Indian health system by generating evidence on what works, for whom and why

IPH strives to enhance the capacity of the public health professionals through need-based tailored programs, internships, PhDs and short online courses.

IPH strives for policy and system-level changes that improve health by engaging with stakeholders at different levels.

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IPH contributing to fight COVID-19

IPH contributing to fight COVID-19

A novel coronavirus was detected in December 2019 in the Wuhan city of China which spread rapidly not only in China but also to more than 100 countries within a span of 3 months. The coronavirus, officially named as SARS CoV 2, causes COVID-19 (Coronavirus disease 2019). While the SARS CoV 2 infection leads to mild infection in the majority of the people, it has a reported fatality ranging from 1-6 %. As on date 27th March, 4,65,915 cases have been reported across the globe while more than 21,000 deaths have occured.

A complete lockdown was announced in India on 24th March which will last for 21 days. By 27th March, India has already reported more than 700 COVID-19 cases.

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The GHRP is a novel training Developed by the World Health Organization’s Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases (WHO-TDR) tailored to the needs of public health researchers urging them and equipping them to maintain ethics and quality in their research

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