Health Services Research
Research within this cluster seeks
- To understand challenges in health care organization and delivery of services that are equitable using a systems lens.
- To build an actionable base of innovations and interventions to strengthen an integrated delivery of health care services that
isperson-centered at decentralized levels of health care.
We draw inspiration from the Primary Health Care concept – “Primary health care is essential health care based on practical, scientifically sound and socially acceptable methods and technology made universally accessible to individuals and families in the community through their full participation and at a cost that the community and country can afford to maintain at every stage of their development in the spirit of self-reliance and self-determination” (Alma Ata declaration 1978) and conduct research for realisation of the same.
Some of the themes we have worked on and continue to engage with are
- Primary Health Care
- Quality of care
- Access to care
- Health care workforce
- Disease control
- Private sector engagement
- Institute of Tropical Medicine (ITM)
- School CAPHRI, Care, and Public Health Research Institute
- Maastricht University
- Kolar District Health Office
- Tumkur District Health Office
- WHO Alliance for Health Systems and Policy Research
- Govt of Telangana
- Fernandez Hospital
- Enhancing care for urban poor living with chronic conditions: role of local health systems
- Improving access to medicines for non-communicable diseases in rural India: a mixed methods study protocol using quasi-experimental design
- Importance of Diet in Managing NCD’s
- Intervening in the local health system to improve diabetes care: lessons from a health service experiment in a poor urban neighborhood in India
- Tobacco control in India: A case for the Health-in-All Policy approach
- The rising burden of chronic conditions among urban poor: a three-year follow-up survey in Bengaluru, India
- Litigation for Claiming Health Rights: Insights from Tobacco Control
- Tobacco or a job?
- Television as a public health awareness tool to reduce tobacco use: Are we doing enough in India?.eSocial Sciences journal, 2014.
- Challenging Ties between State and Tobacco Industry : Advocacy Lessons from India
- Constraints faced by urban poor in managing diabetes care: patients’ perspectives from South India.
- No longer diseases of the wealthy: prevalence and health-seeking for self-reported chronic conditions among urban poor in Southern India.
- She is not an Indian cultured woman”: Youth perceptions about smokers in South India
- Understanding factors at household level affecting access to diabetes care: Study from urban south India
- Challenging the conflict of interest for tobacco control: Advocacy lessons from India
- Out-of-pocket healthcare payments on chronic conditions impoverish urban poor in Bangalore, India
- Challenges in organizing quality diabetes care for the urban poor : a local health system perspective
- Health system obstacles in the delivery of quality care to People With Chronic Diseases (PWCD): a case study from urban India.
- India: Code of conduct on dealings with tobacco industry
- “Indian”Hub”on”Health”System”(IHHS),” and”hub”on”Research”and”Action”on”Chronic”Conditions”in” Asia”(ReACh”Asia)
- Tobacco use and related factors among South-Indian metropolis
- Media Pack: A bunch of six fact sheets on various aspects of tobacco control developed in collaboration with the District Anti Tobacco Cell Bangalore.
- Tobacco use and related factors among pre-university students in a college in Bangalore, India
- Education Pack: A toolkit for teachers to raise awareness on tobacco related issues among students at school level.
- What to do with the epidemic of diabetes – a health systems response
Strengthening primary health care
District Gap Assessment-Telangana (DGAT)
Evaluation Of Midwife Training In Telangana (EMTT)
Health and Wellness Centre- Innovation Learning Centre
Private sector engagement
Access to care
Maya Annie Elias
Prashanth N S
Vijayashree H Y
Yogish C B