On May 13th & 14th 2014, Institute of Public Health, Bangalore and Tumkur District health and family welfare office organized two-day training programme for government doctors & pharmacists on management of Diabetes and Hypertension in Primary Health Centres at Naveen Regency in Tumkur. This training programme was organized as a part of the Access to Medicines research project supported by the World Health Organisation’s Alliance for Health Policy and Systems Research, Geneva, Switzerland. Several resource persons from public health institute from bangalore participated in the programme. The programme was also supported by the Karnataka Medical Council.

Dr. Channamallayya, the district health officer of Tumkur releasing the training manual for PHC doctors on management of Diabetes and Hypertension

Dr. Channamallayya, the district health officer of Tumkur releasing the training manual for PHC doctors on management of Diabetes and Hypertension

Dr. Purushottam, the Tumkur district surveillance officer addressing the participants.

Dr. Purushottam, District Surveillance officer, Tumkur addressing the gathering after inaugurating the street play

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