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T N Satyanarayna PDF Print

Assistant Professor

TNSathyanarayanaDr. Sathyanarayana is a medical doctor; he has done MBBS from Karnataka, MBA in health management and MPH from University College London. He served for 6 years in World Health Organization as surveillance medical officer for polio eradication program in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, and Andhra Pradesh and in Karnataka states of India. Prior to this he served as district leprosy medical officer for two years. As surveillance medical officer, he made special innovative efforts to strengthen routine immunization in Karnataka state and actively participated to begin measles surveillance program in Karnataka state. Currently he is teaching health policy-planning and health care quality modules at Indian Institute of Public Health-Hyderabad.

His, research interests are on evidence for health care quality and patient safety (health care policy and systems research) and health policy transfer between national and international jurisdictions, especially in relation to local, regional and global health care quality and patient safety issue, vaccine preventable diseases and child health care policiesto create sustainable, integrated, patient focused health care system.

Areas of interest:

Policy analysis methods; health care quality and patient safety; vaccine preventable diseases, health care systems research, hospital care quality.


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