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(From 2008 to 2015)

2015

  1. Purohit, B.,Wadhwa, A.“Organizational Climate from viewpoint of Motivation in District Hospital in India.”Oral Presentationat5th Annual Research Symposium organized by Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI),New Delhi, India:11th-13thMarch 2015.
  2. Setia, B.,Chaudhary, R., Rana, R., Azhar, G., Upadhyay, A., Gajjar, J.D., Mavalankar, D. “Ideal Locations For New Public Health Facilities In Rural Gujarat: Developing Location Criteria and Identifying Locations Using GIS Tools.” Poster Presentationat5th Annual Research Symposium organized by Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI),New Delhi, India:11th-13thMarch 2015.
  3. Sharma, R., Saha, S.“The Quest for Universal health Coverage in India: Lessons from Peer Countries.” Evolving Indo-Korea Relations: Perspectives on South Asia, RASK International Seminar: March 2015. 
  4. Sharma, R. “Coordination Challenges faced by Community Health Workers-Lessons from Rajasthan (India).” Poster Presentation at World Public Health Congress, February 2015.
  5. Ritu, R.,Saxena, D.“Integrated management of SAM in India: Do we have enough capacity.”Poster presented at National Seminar on Nutrition, Jaipur: 30th-31st Jan 2015.

 

2014

  1. Purohit, B. “Transfer Policies and Systems for Government Doctors in India. “Oral Presentation at 46th Asia-Pacific Academic Consortium for Public Health (APACPH)Conference, Kuala Lumpur:17th-19th Oct 2014. (Awarded best Oral Presentation).
  2. Purohit, B.,Vasava, P.“Role Stress Among Nurses in India” Oral presentation at Third Global Symposium on Health Systems Research,Cape Town, South Africa: 29thSept-3rd Oct, 2014.
  3. Purohit, B.Vasava, P. “Role Stress Among Nurses in India” Presented at Emerging Voices Programme held at University of Western Cape, Cape Town, South Africa:29th Sept-3rd Oct, 2014.
  4. Theobald, S., Tetui, M., Macpherson, E., Ganguly, P., Shamin, T., Molyneux,C. “New frontiers in advancing gender analysis in health systems research: context embedded approaches; intersectionality; and engagement with power and ethics.”Panel presentation(Oral) accepted in 3rd Global Symposium in Health Systems Research, Cape Town, South Africa:29th Sept-3rd Oct, 2014.
  5. Ganguly, P., Jehan, K., Kansara, K., Mavalankar, D.V., De Costa, A., Smith, H. “Factors influencing private sector participation in ChiranjeeviYojana to enhance safe delivery in Gujarat, India.”Poster Presentation at Annual Meeting of PHFI-UKC Wellcome Trust Capacity Building Programme;New Delhi: 17th January 2014.
  6. Nakkeeran, N., Ganguly, P., Solanki S., Patel R. “Indignity & Illness: A study on coping with post-stroke disabilities among geriatric population of Gandhinagar district, Gujarat.”Poster Presentation at International Symposium: Evidence in Global Disability & Health, Hyderabad, India:February 2014.
  7. Doshi, M., Nakkeeran, N.,Jadhav, S., Bhattacharya, A. “Exclusion from the Supplementary Nutrition Programme and village life: Lived experience of Dalit Women in a Gujarat village” Presented at Third Global Symposium on Health Systems Research, Science and Practice of People-Centred Health Systems, Cape Town, South Africa: 30th Sep– 3rdOct 2014.
  8. Nakkeeran, N., Khanna, R., Tandon, R., Mavalankar, D., Patel, R.“Enablers and barriers in scaling up of the Home Based Newborn Care programme in a Southern state of India.” Presented at Third Global Symposium on Health Systems Research, Science and Practice of People-centred Health Systems, Cape Town, South Africa: 30th Sep– 3rdOct 2014.
  9. Nakkeeran, N.,Chaturvedi, A., Bhagwat, S.,Sankar,R.,Patel, R. “Community perception and acceptance of micronutrient fortified complementary food in integrated child Development services, Gujarat, India” Poster presented at South Asia Conference on Policies and Practices to Improve Nutrition Security, New Delhi: 30th-31st July 2014.
  10. Doshi, M., Nakkeeran, N., Jadhav, S., Bhattacharya, A.“Exclusion from the supplementary nutrition programme (SNP) and village life: Experiences of ‘Dalit’ women in a village of Gujarat” Presented atThe XIV National conference (IAWS) on Equality, Pluralism and the State: Perspectives from the Women’s Movement, Guwahati, Assam: 4-7 February, 2014.
  11. Ganguly, P., Upadhyay, A., Iyer, V., Mavalankar, D.V.“A GIS analysis of trend of bypassing nearest health facilities for obstetric services among women in Gujarat.”Poster Presentation at 4th Annual Public Health Foundation of India Research Symposium;New Delhi, India: 20th - 21st March 2014.
  12. Saxena, D.“WASH & WOMEN HEALTH” Oral Presentation at Share Workshop,New Delhi, 2014.
  13. Saxena, D. “Women Empowerment & Health” Key Note address atIAPSM Conference, Ahmedabad: 2014.
  14. Saxena,D. “Need for Research in Bio-Medical Waste Management” Key Note address at State level Conference on Bio Medical Waste Management organised by GPCB, 2014.
  15. Vora, K., Saxena, D.‘‘Prospects and Priorities for Maternal Health’’ Round table discussion at BRAC, Dhaka: 16 June 2014.
  16. Makwana G.T., Iyer, V., Patel, M. “Water infrastructure and Infectious Hepatitis Outbreaks in Ahmedabad.”5th Water Research Horizon Conference, Berlin: 17-18th June 2014.
  17. Setia, M., Azhar, G.S., Rana, R., Mavalankar, D.“Census-based population dynamic trends for health policy and planning: Identifying shortfalls in public healthcare facilities in rural Gujarat using Census population data.”Oral Presentation at Census Data Dissemination Workshop, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India: 2014.
  18. Sharma R. “Coordination Challenges faced by Community Health Workers-Lessons from Rajasthan (India).” Poster Presentation at World Public Health Congress, February 2015.
  19. Sharma R. “ARCADE-RSDH.” Poster presented in Pravasi Bharti Diwas and Vibrant Gujarat Economic Submit, January 2015.
  20. Sharma R.  “Politicisation of ASHAs-evidence from Rajasthan”, Oral Presentation at Indian Association of Social Sciences and Health (IASSH), November 2014.
  21. Sharma, R. “Community health worker’s contribution in community awareness in Rajasthan.”Poster Presentation at Indian Association of Social Sciences and Health (IASSH), November2014.
  22. Sharma R. “Knowledge Transfer from front-line workers to program beneficiaries; evidence from Rajasthan.”Poster presentation at IBSSH, Thailand, July 2014.

2013

  1. Upadhyay, A., Iyer, V., Mavalankar, D., Ganguly, P.S. “Trend of Bypassing Nearest Health Facilities for Obstetric Services among Woman of Sabarkantha District, Gujarat.”  International Conference on Geospatial Momentum for Society and Environment: AGSE16-19 December, 2013. (Jointly Organized by CEPT University, Ahmedabad and Stuttgart Technology University of Applied Sciences, Stuttgart).
  2. Kansara, R. K., Ganguly, P.S., Nakkeeran, N., “Inequity in reproductive health and contraceptive behavior among women in Gujarat: A cross sectional study”. Poster presentation at International conference on inequity in maternal and child health situations and solutions, published in IjMSPH 2013.
  3. Nakkeeran N.,Jadav, S., Bhattacharya, A., Doshi, M., Gamit, S., et al. "Exclusion and self-exclusion from Supplementary Nutrition Programme: Brief focused ethnographies from selected villages of Gujarat", poster presented at Symposium onLessons for Global Health from India: University College London.
  4. Panchdhane, V. V.,Saxena B. D. “Client satisfaction and service utilization during antenatal and postnatal period by women in selected tribal and rural areas of Maharashtra (India)” Poster presentation at International conference on inequity in maternal and child health situations and solutions, published in IjMSPH 2013.
  5. Savaliya, M., Ganguly, P. S.,SaxenaD.B. “Optimal nutrition practices during pregnancy in selected rural area of Gujarat”. Poster presentation at International conference on inequity in maternal and child health situations and solutions, published in IjMSPH2013.
  6. Saha, S.,Nachtnebel, M., Annear, P. “Participation in social networks as a determinant for health: Evidence from India.”World Health Summit Regional Meeting-Asia: Singapore, April 2013.
  7. Saha, S., Annear, P., Pathak,S. “The effect of self-help groups on access to maternal health services: Evidence from rural India.”International Health Economics Association 9th World Congress on Health Economics. July 2013.
  8. Setia M., Chaudhary, P., Rana, R., Gajjar, J.D., Mavalankar, D. “Planning for Location of New Health Facilities: A GIS Based Approach.”Oral Presentation at 5th International Conference on Health GIS 2013, Bangkok, Thailand: August 2013.
  9. Iyer, V., De Costa, A., Mavalankar, D., Mehta,R. “The ChiranjeeviYogna: Which private facilities participate? Which eligible women participate? As patial analysis from Sabarkanta District of Gujarat, India.” Presentation at 5th International Conference on Health GIS 2013, Bangkok, Thailand: August 2013.
  10. Iyer, V., “The chiranjeeviYogna: Who are the private partners” Poster presentation at International conference on inequity in maternal and child health situations and solutions, published in IjMSPH 2013.
  11. Azhar, G.S., Nori-Sarma, A., Mavalankar, D., Rajiva, A., Hess, J., Knowlton, K., Sheffield,P. “Heat related deaths in India: An insidious environmental threat.”Environment and Health – Bridging South, North, East and West Conference of ISEE, ISES and ISIAQ. September 19 - 23, 2013. Basel, Switzerland.
  12. Choudhury, N, Azhar, G.S., Iyer, V., Dhruvey, V.S., Dacombe, R.,Upadhyay,A. “How infected is Gujarat: Comparison of selected infectious disease rates with India.”Environment and Health – Bridging South, North, East and West Conference of ISEE, ISES and ISIAQ. September 19 - 23, 2013. Basel, Switzerland.
  13. Azhar, G.S.“Heat-Related Mortality in India: An Ecological Analysis of all-cause mortality associated with the 2010 Ahmedabad Heat Wave.”Exhibition at General Body Meeting of PHFI. October 2013. New Delhi.
  14. Azhar, G.S.“Addressing heat-health vulnerability in rapidly urbanizing regions of Western India.”DRM Learning and Innovation Hub Asia: Mainstreaming Disaster Risk Management into Climate Compatible Development, 19th - 21st June 2013, Bangkok Thailand.
  15. Azhar, G.S. “Climate change, heat and health: protecting local communities from extreme heat in rapidly urbanising regions of western India.”Subnational CCD: Learning from CDKN’s experience, Learning Workshop; 2013, 03rd - 04th June; Bonn, Germany.
  16. Azhar, G.S.“Climate change: addressing heat-health vulnerability in rapidly urbanising regions of Western India. Subnational Climate Compatible Development: Learning from CDKN’s experience.CDKN-ICLEI Learning Workshop – Summaries of participating projects, 24 May 2013, Bonn, Germany.
  17. Saha, S., Anear, P.L. “Addressing access barriers to healthcare through microfinance linked self-help groups in India.”Health Systems in Asia: Equity, Governance and Social Impact; 2013, 13th - 16th December; Singapore.
  18. Saha, S., Anear, P.L., Hargreaves, J. “The Impact of Microfinance-Linked Health Programs in Addressing Access Barriers to Health Services in India: Findings from A Multi-Site Non-Randomized Evaluation.”International Conference on Inequity in Maternal and Child Health: Situations and Solutions; 30th November - 01st December 2013; Ahmedabad, India.
  19. Saha, S., Annear, P., Pathak, S. “The effect of self-help groups on access to maternal health services: evidence from rural India.”2nd Global Maternal Health Conference; 15th-17th January 2013; Dodoma, Tanzania.
  20. Saha, S., Annear, P.L. “Addressing access barriers to healthcare through microfinance linked self-help groups in India.”Health Systems in Asia: Equity, Governance and Social Impact; 13th - 16th December 2013; Singapore.
  1. Purohit, B.“Assessing HR policies and practices for Medical Officers in Gujarat.” Presentation on research findings of the UK based Welcome Trust fellowship at University of Aberdeen, Scotland:October, 2013.
  2. Purohit, B.“Assessing HR policies and practices for Medical Officers in Gujarat” Presentation on research findings of the UK based Welcome Trust fellowship at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK: October, 2013.

 

2012

  1. Ganguly, P.S., Jehan, K., Sidney, K., Mavalankar, D., Costa, A.D., Smith, H.“Exploration of factors influencing private sector participation in ChiranjeeviYojana in Gujarat, India.”Poster presented in 2nd Global Symposium on Health Systems Research, Beijing: Nov 2012.
  2. Nakkeeran, N., Jadhav, S., Bhattacharya, A., “Exclusion and self-exclusion from supplementary nutrition program: Short ethnographies of selected villages in Gujarat”, poster presented at Welcome Trust Annual Meeting, New Delhi: March 2012.
  3. Purohit, B.“Assessing HRD Climate in Government Health Centres in India” Poster presented at the 2nd Global Symposium on Health Systems Research, Beijing, China, 2012.
  1. Sharma, R. “Political selection of ASHAs affect ICDS-health department coordination.” Presented at Indian Association of Social Sciences and Health, New Delhi: November 2012.

 

2011

  1. Nakkeeran, N., Saxena, D. B. “Issues of ethics and human rights in health research in urban context: Experiences from a survey on adolescent girls”, Health research ethics and human rights in changing scenario of urbanization” In the Conference on Mega-Urbanisation and Human Rights: Emerging Challenges and Opportunities, Kolkata: 2011.
  2. Saxena, D., Azhar,G.S. “Environmental Changes and public health; Challenges ahead”, 2nd National Conference on Urban, Industrial & Hospital Waste Management: 2011.
  3. Nayak, V., Singh, A., Saxena, D.,et al, “Improving the Efficiency of Healthcare Delivery System in Underdeveloped Rural Areas”, Communication Systems and Networks (COMSNETS), Third International Conference:2011.
  4. Nair, R., “Systematic Research on Shifting Trends of HIV Epidemiology among Most at Risk Groups (MARGs) in India.”8th Annual Conference of Indian Society of Malaria and Communicable Disease (ISMOCD) and Indian Epidemiologists Association (IAE): 2011.
  5. Nair, R.“Hope and Quality of Life- Across Ages.”National Seminar on Community Health Psychology: Research and Applications: 2011.
  6. Sharma, R. “Factors affecting coordination of multiple health workers at the village level: lessons from India.” Presented at Asia Pacific Action Alliance on Human Resources for Health, Cebu, Phillipines: November 2011.
 
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