Equitable India - All for Health and Wellbeing

EPHP 2016

EPHP 2016 was the third in the series of the national conference on bringing Evidence into Public Health Policy (EPHP). The conference was organized by the Institute of Public Health (Bengaluru) and the Institute of Tropical Medicine (Antwerp) in partnership with the National Health Systems Resource Centre (Government of India) and the Indian Council of Medical Research (Government of India), the Karnataka Department of Health and Family Welfare, and the BecauseHealthState (a Belgian platform for International Health) in Bengaluru from 7-9 July 2016. It started with a pre-conference workshop on Pre-conference workshop on ‘Cutting-edge Research in Health Inequities: Concepts & Methods’. The central theme of the conference was to reflect and deliberate on equity in health and wellbeing and how various sectors could contribute towards achieving that. The conference proceedings are published as a special supplement in the BMJ Global Health.


Keynote Speakers

Abdul Ghaffar

Kabir Sheikh

N Devadasan

Bart Criel

Shreelata Rao

Wim Van Damme

R Balasubramaniam

Ravi Narayan

Sundari Ravindran T K

Indrani Gupta

Organisers and Partners


EPHP 2016 Special Supplement Published on BMJ Global Health

The BMJ - Global Health journal has published a special supplement containing abstracts of all the poster and oral presentations made at the 3rd National Conference on Bringing Evidence into Public Health Policy EPHP 2016. In keeping with the spirit of EPHP of making...

Keynote Speakers of EPHP 2016!

  Keynote Speakers of EPHP 2016 Keynote speakers for this year's edition of EPHP have been confirmed. We have dynamic and experienced public health researchers attending to share and discuss about equity in healthcare, intersectoral action in health. Dr Abdul Ghaffar,...

“EPHP 2016 will showcase the work from across the country”

  As the early bird registrations are nearing a close, we are pleased to announce that out of 110 abstracts that we have received from various parts of India, a total of 57 have been shortlisted. In this, 51 are oral while 6 are poster presentations which closely...

Call for organized sessions as part of EPHP 2016

With a broad theme of ‘Equitable India: All for Health and Wellbeing’, the 3rd edition of EPHP will focus on three major thematic areas: ‘equity in health and healthcare’; ‘intersectoral action for health’; and ‘from better knowledge to improved policies and...

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This course will enable health professionals to write scientific research articles that can be published & to equip them with skills to cite & manage references/ bibliography.

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