“My family member is in prison”: Insights from research and interventions with families of the incarcerated
On July 9th, Shivangi Gupta, a psychotherapist and doctoral student at Virginia Tech University will present a seminar titled “My family member is in prison: Insights from research and interventions with families of the incarcerated”
On May 15th, 2020, Dr. Justin Jagosh, Director, Centre for Advancement in Realist Evaluation and Synthesis (CARES), UK, will be presenting a webinar titled “Public Health Architecture and Realist Methodology.”
Dr. Prashanth N Srinivas Faculty and DBT/Wellcome Trust India Alliance fellow at the Institute of Public Health Bengaluru, participated in the GreenHub Dialogues series of webinar focusing on COVID-19.
The conversation is moderated by Shibani Chaudhury of GreenHub. Prashanth reflects on the wider systemic issues that is shaping the COVID-19 response particularly drawing from the OneHealth, social determinants of health and health inequities in India. The dialogues are expected to make us question our choices; rethink our responses; recalibrate ideas of equity, sustainability and health. And crucially, remind ourselves that humans are a subset of nature, not vice versa. He also talks about the preparedness of the community during the COVID-19 disaster (See IPH’s COVID-19 response and our efforts to improve PHC preparedness here- https://iphindia.org/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.
IPH seminar: Exploring self-reliance for primary healthcare among families and communities using traditional medicine in Karnataka and Kerala
On March 12, Shivanand S, PhD Scholar at TDU and IPH, will be presenting a seminar titled “Exploring self-reliance for primary healthcare among families and communities using traditional medicine in Karnataka and Kerala.”
ಸೋಲಿಗ ಅಭಿವೃದ್ಧಿ ಸಂಘದ ಬೆಳ್ಳಿ ಹಬ್ಬ ದಿನಾಂಕ 28/02/2020 ಚಾಮರಾಜನಗರ ಜಿಲ್ಲೆಯ ಹನೂರು ತಾಲೂಕು ಪೊನ್ನಾಚಿ ಗ್ರಾಮದಲ್ಲಿ ಸೋಲಿಗ ಅಭಿವೃದ್ಧಿ ಸಂಘದ 25ನೇ ವರ್ಷದ ಬೆಳ್ಳಿ ಮಹೋತ್ಸವವನ್ನು ಶಾಸಕರಾದ ಆರ್ ನರೇಂದ್ರ ಉದ್ಘಾಟಿಸಿದರು. ಉದ್ಘಾಟನಾ ಭಾಷಣದಲ್ಲಿ ಆರೋಗ್ಯ ಮತ್ತು ಶಿಕ್ಷಣದ ಬಗ್ಗೆ ಹೆಚ್ಚು ಮಹತ್ವ ನೀಡಬೇಕು ಎಂದು...
IPH Annual day Oration 2019 | Bangalore – This is the second IPH annual day oration which will be delivered by Dr. Ravi Narayan.
On February 20, Dr. Sukanya Mohanty, Consultant with the SPEAK team at IPH, Bengaluru, will be presenting a seminar titled “Understanding health exposures and vulnerabilities of women workers.”
On January 31st, Sudarshan Kottai, doctoral candidate at IIT Hyderabad, will be presenting a seminar titled ” When community care becomes community mental health: The disappearance of local voices in community mental health programmes in Kerala.”
On January 30th, Lopamudra Goswami, doctoral candidate at Griffith University, Gold Coast, Australia, will be presenting her research work on surrogacy in India in a seminar titled “Understanding Surrogacy.”
IPH Seminar: A multi-level governance framework to guide the implementation of patient rights related policies in health facilities
On January 23rd, Meena Putturaj, PhD fellow at ITM, Antwerp & TDU, Bengaluru will present the scoping review protocol that she has developed as part of the first phase of her PhD on the implementation of patients rights’ related policies. Patient rights are...
The IPH Knowledge Management Committee invites you to attend the screening of "Health in All and the Tribal Population in South India." directed by professional filmmaker Lode Desmet. The film was made along with public health researchers at IPH, Bangalore and ITM,...
Institute of Public Health, Bengaluru in association with Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia will be hosting a 4-day (9th – 12th December, 2019) workshop on “Good Health Research Practice” For more details click...
The director at IPH, Dr. Upendra Bhojani, gave a public lecture at IIHS in the 'Publics' lecture series. The talk was on Dr. Bhojani’s long standing work on the role of local health systems in poor urban neighbourhoods in Bangalore. The talk...
The Department of Community Medicine and School of Public Health, PGIMER, organized the 2nd Public Health Policy and Management Program from 30th September to the 4th of October, 2019. The program was sponsored by the Ministry of External Affairs,...
On 28th November 2019, Adhip Amin, Research Officer at IPH, Bengaluru, will present a seminar titled, “Introduction to Qualitative Comparative Analysis.”
Every year, about 1.5 lakh Indians die from road injuries while about 5 lakhs sustain serious injuries. Karnataka, with a population of over 6.1 crores, accounts for the third-largest number of road injuries and the fourth-highest number of road traffic deaths in India.
To remember the many millions killed and injured on the world’s roads, together with their families, friends and many others who are also affected, people around the world observe the World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims (WDR) in the month of November every year.
Institute of Public Health, Bengaluru in association with Maharani Cluster University, Bengaluru under the banner of Safer Roads Bengaluru initiative had organized an awareness program and human chain formation today by students of Maharani College, Padmasree school of public health and public health Professionals at heart of the city (from Freedom park to KR circle) to commemorate this Year’s World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims (WDR).
Shri. P C Mohan, Member of Parliament inaugurated the program. Addressing the students, he said, “Karnataka alone witnesses around ten thousand deaths and more than 50000 injuries every year due to road crashes. Adhering to traffic rules is the only way to reduce this. Youth should stop showing negligence towards traffic rules. By following traffic rules, one can, not only save his own life but also contribute to safeguarding other’s life as well.”
Addressing the students, Dr. Asha Abikar, Deputy Director of State Road Safety Authority said “Bangalore city alone witnesses around 650 road traffic deaths every year. To safeguard the lives of road users, the Government has recently amended the Motor Vehicle Act and increased the fine amount. People especially Youth should follow traffic rules and become an asset for the nation.”
Dr. Upendra Bhojani, Director of the Institute of Public Health explained about the safer roads Bengaluru initiative and stressed the need for the people’s commitment towards road safety.
The event was presided by Prof. Dr. M.S. Reddy, Special Officer, Maharani Cluster University.
Mr. Kumaraswamy who lost his 20-year-old daughter in a recent road crash explained his painful story, how negligence towards traffic rules claimed his daughter’s life and requested students to follow traffic rules.
Eating a coconut directly- On November 14, Dr. Rajeev Basapathy, volunteer at ACCORD and SOCHARA, will be presenting a seminar titled
Policy dialogues for evidence – Olivia Biermann, PhD candidate at Karolinska Institute, Stokholm will be hosting a seminar titled “
Dr Vijayashree Yellappa, doctoral candidate at Maastrich University, “Optimising the involvement of private practitioners in Tuberculosis care.”
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THETA team at TRIBECON conference
Congratulations to our (THETA) team from health equity cluster for their upcoming presentations at TRIBECON
On August 30th 2019 IPH celebrated its annual day marking the completion of 14 years in the field of public health. The day began with presentations from the four research clusters sharing of learning and reflections by teams. It was an opportunity for new staff,...
Tobacco Control |JIPMER 2019 –
The 5th National Workshop on Tobacco Control, held in JIPMER from 26th August to 30th August 2019, was attended
After completing a little over 13 years our founding Director Dr. N Devadasan has moved on from IPH. The conversation of transition had begun at IPH much in advance of this event as Deva also had a strong resolve that he did not want IPH to be known only by him and hence systematically groomed the next line of leadership over the past few years.
Panelists Dr. Mary Assunta & Dr. Upendra Bhojani. Image credit: SARC-CCT The University of Colombo works systematically on tobacco control and was established as a tobacco observatory Sri Lanka in 2016. Recently, this observatory was expanded to the South Asia...
Image credit: Observer Research Foundation Dr. Upendra Bhojani, India Alliance Fellow and Director at IPH, was invited to participate in a Roundtable discussion hosted by Observer Research Foundation (ORF) and World Health Organization, India in Delhi on the 26th July...
"Tobacco-free generation" is a proposal wherein children born after a certain year grow up in tobacco free environments, with legislation in place restricting exposure, sale and use of tobacco for that generation. This is potentially a very powerful intervention, that...
The MPOWER package is a package introduced by WHO, comprising of six measures to assist in country-level implementation of the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control. One of the six components of the MPOWER package is “Offer help to quit tobacco use.” Often,...
IPH Faculty and Wellcome Trust DBT India Alliance research fellows Upendra Bhojani and Pragati Hebbar attended the 9th Annual Fellows' Meet in Bengaluru from June 13 - 15th 2019. The annual fellows meet serves as a platform to bring together India Alliance Fellows and...