FHTS collaborate with Jawaharlal Nehru University to design and implement a pilot mobile based Injury Surveillance platform in Assam
1ST Year MBBS student publishes in International Peer Reviewed Journal
Severity and clustering of menopausal symptoms among obese and non-obese postmenopausal women in India Journal of Pharmacy & BioAllied Sciences 2016 Apr-Jun; 8(2): 106–111
Diet Incarnation Helpline
Using SMS and WhatsApp to help People make cost effective healthy choices
Community Health Intervention
Community Health Intervention to prevent, monitor and manage
Mobile based School Surveillance
High quality ICMR funded Research for Early detection of Rheumatic Fever/Rheumatic Heart Disease among school children
Operational Research Program
Providing high quality skills, training and mentoring in Population Health Research First Time in India that 15 undergraduate MBBS students publish research findings in International Peer Reviewed Journals
Sheye Otunla, Co-ordinator of Computer Science Department, Bingham University, Nigeria
Navyug School, Moti Bagh, Nutrition Day Celebration
Sashaina Singh, Intern, Canada
Maginsh Dahal, Intern, India
Nishchal Devkota, Intern, India
Jyoti Bala Kasav, Intern, india
Child and Adolescent Health (INSPIRE Program)
Interactive Novel Skill Development Program Involving Research and Education to inculcate public health awareness among common people. The program is designed to empower individuals to take self responsibility to become a responsible citizen. The program allows us to identify community health navigators that will be agents of change. These individuals will be provided skill oriented public health training.
Swasthaya and Pahal are the two Hindi words meaning “health” and “initiative” respectively. Under Swasthya Pahal, initiative is to address the issues of health in the community, especially marginalized and under privileged section of the society. Distance, physical strength, age, sex, customs, beliefs, education and financial status are some of the major barriers faced globally. To overcome these barriers there is a need of participatory approach from community and health care providers. On understanding the challenges foundation had brought technological intervention at the doorsteps of community in form of “Health ATM”.
Operations Research Course is a total new experience,the most interesting thing is the discussion forum.It provides us the clarity of what we convey.Lectures are sometimes too long that it becomes lack of concentration in the end.More example citations that are simple and understandable ones are required.It is really a great opportunity to be a good researcher.
RuwaishaSaveetha Young Medical Researchers Group-1
Before joining Operations Research course, I honestly had no clue whatsoever about research. But now, looking back, I can say that I\’ve learnt something about research and its methodologies. Although I cant commit myself fully to this course, I can say that I\’ve made the best use of this course to learn something.
Kaushik S.B.Saveetha Young Medical Researchers Group-1
The Operations Research in Population Health course has been very interesting and informative. Time has gone past very fast that we have almost come to the fag end of the course. the teaching has been very nice and motivational. it has been a nice learning curve and i hope to use this in my future studies. thank u for all the motivation and support
RASHMI SHIVRAMSaveetha Young Medical Researchers Group-1