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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Anusthana’s protocol paper published in BMJ

Anusthana’s protocol paper published in BMJ

Dr. Pragati Hebbar together with Vivek Dsouza, Upendra Bhojani, Onno CP van Schayck, Dr. Giridhara Babu, and Gera Nagelhout co-authored a protocol paper titled “Implementation research for taking tobacco control policies to scale in India: a realist evaluation study...

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Evaluation of a school-based tobacco/supari cessation program

Evaluation of a school-based tobacco/supari cessation program

Dr. Upendra Bhojani, co-authored a paper in Population Medicine journal, along with Dr. Pragati Hebbar and Amiti Varma from the Chronic Conditions and Public Policies cluster at IPH-Bengaluru. The paper evaluated a school-based tobacco/supari cessation intervention...

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Workshop on Preventing TII (Chhattisgarh & Manipur)

Workshop on Preventing TII (Chhattisgarh & Manipur)

In two separate workshops held in December last year, Dr. Upendra Bhojani (Director, IPH-Bengaluru) was invited to serve as a resource person (virtual) on Tobacco Industry Interference (TII). The workshops were held in Chhattisgarh (16th December, 2020) and Manipur...

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