Health Services

Research within this cluster seeks

  1. To understand challenges in health care organization and delivery of services that are equitable using a systems lens.
  2. To build an actionable base of innovations and interventions to strengthen an integrated delivery of health care services that is person-centered at decentralized levels of health care.

PRIORITIES

Strengthening primary health care

Private sector engagement

Disease control

Strengthening primary health care

 

Access to Medicines

Concurrent Monitoring of Midwifery Training Program in Odisha- CMMT

Access to Medicines

District Gap Assessment-Telangana (DGAT)

Access to Medicines

Health and Wellness Centre- Innovation Learning Centre

Access to Medicines

Strengthening Primary Care for NCD's (Kolar District)

Access to Medicines

Evaluation Of Midwife Training In Telangana (EMTT)

NCD

Strengthening NCD care in Tumkur

Urban Health

Urban Health Action Research Project

Access to Medicines

An Implementation Research in Chamarajanagar district, Karnataka (INCARE)

Private sector engagement

Tuberculosis

Optimising the involvement of Private Practitioners
in Tuberculosis Care

WHO-TDR

Private Health Sector Involvement in National TB Control Programme: An intervention research, Tumukur District

Access to care

 

Access to Medicines

The Access to Medicines Study

POCT

Qualitative Research Study on Barriers to Point Of Care Testing in India

Disease control

 

SPEAK

SPEAK India - Setting the Post-Elimination Agenda for Kala-Azar in India

Updates

Regional road safety meeting

Regional road safety meeting

Regional road safety meeting: CUTS International in partnership with Centre for Environment & Development (CED) organized a Regional Meeting on ‘Road safety

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Visit to Durham University

Visit to Durham University

As part of his UK visit, Upendra Bhojani of the Institute of Public Health (Bengaluru) visited the Durham University. Prof. Andrew Russell at the Department of Anthropology (Durham University), who has been doing pioneering work in area of tobacco control, facilitated...

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World No Tobacco Day 2017

The Consortium for Tobacco Free Karnataka (a group of individuals and organizations working towards tobacco free Karnataka) in collaboration with the state (Karnataka State Anti Tobacco Cell) and municipal (Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagar Palike) governments organized...

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Socially Inclusive Cities

Socially Inclusive Cities

On May 26 (2017), the Institute of Public Health (Bengaluru) organized a workshop on making cities socially inclusive. This was the first in a series of workshops on this theme aimed at building a network of stakeholders (researchers, academicians, practitioners, and...

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South Asia Tobacco Control Leadership Program

South Asia Tobacco Control Leadership Program

The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (Baltimore), Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (Government of Nepal), The International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases (The Union) and Action Nepal organized a South Asia Tobacco Control Leadership...

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Research within this cluster seeks

  1. To understand challenges in health care organization and delivery of services that are equitable using a systems lens.
  2. To build an actionable base of innovations and interventions to strengthen an integrated delivery of health care services that is person-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.

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In this Certificate course in Implementation Research Methods (eIR) course, There is a need to understand implementation in the real-world context. There are many evidence-based interventions to improve health that have not been effectively delivered. The research agenda especially in the context of maternal and child health, non-communicable diseases, etc. has been shifting and needs to shift from understanding the problem to actually intervening and testing solutions in health care systems. This Certificate course in Implementation Research Methods (eIR) course will improve the capacity of researchers to answer implementation research questions.

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