Bringing Evidence into Public Health PolicyEPHP
The National Conference on bringing Evidence into Public Health Policy (EPHP) is a series of conferences that provide a unique national platform for public health researchers, policymakers, and practitioners to meet, share their experiences and learn from each other. For over half a decade now, the EPHP conferences have contributed to constructive public discourse on health in India. So far, there have been three conferences in the series focusing on specific themes (2010: Five Years of National Rural Health Mission; 2012: Strengthening Health Systems to Achieve Universal Health Coverage; 2016: Equitable India – All for Health and Wellbeing) organized jointly by the Institute of Public Health (Bengaluru) and the Institute of Tropical Medicine (Antwerp) in partnership with Government of India and Government of Karnataka.
EPHP 2016(July 7-9)
Theme: Equitable India -All for Health and Wellbeing
EPHP 2012 (October 5 and 6)
Theme: Strengthening Health systems to achieve Universal Health Coverage.
EPHP 2010 (Held on December 10 and 11)
Theme: Five years of the National Rural Health Mission, a flagship initiative of the Government of India to enhance rural health care.
Partners who have supported various editions of EPHP
- Institute of Tropical medicine (Antwerp)
- National Health Systems resource centre (Government of India)
- Indian Council of Medical Research (Government of India)
- Karnataka Department of Health and Family Welfare
- BecauseHealth (a Belgian platform for International Health).
In the pre and post EPHP period, there is intensive print and online media engagement resulting in several traditional media publications https://iphindia.org/media-coverage-ephp-pre-event-press-conference-04th-july-2016/
In keeping with the spirit of EPHP of making evidence more available and more accessible the entire supplement of is open access and all the abstracts can be viewed and downloaded at the following link