Public Health Seminars
Every month, IPH holds public health seminars on various relevant topics within public health. Typically, the seminars will be given by IPH staff or visitors. All IPH seminars will be open to the public and invitations will be posted on IPH’s website and social media channels. We particularly welcome students of health and allied subjects and young researchers/practitioners of public health.
Seminars will be held from 3:30 PM to 4:30 PM usually on Thursday.
“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.”
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.”
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