Job satisfaction- it is a feeling of enjoyment or fulfilment a person derives from their job or how content a person is with his or her job.We all belong to a period where having a job or having a full- fledged career is very important for everyone be it a male or female and this [...]
Richa Bhambi joined FHTS as Communication Officer. She is responsible for all she is responsible for all communication and marketing strategies. Her areas of interest are: Contemporary, Social Issues, Gender studies, Livelihood Promotion, Public Health, Training delivery, Communication Research, Media Policy, Law and Governance.
Another Intern but from Lucknow University, joined FHTS to determine the factors affecting the people living in urban slum. She completed her BDS and is now a 2nd year student of MPH. She is involved in various outreach activities of FHTS and is preparing Obesity educational module.
A 2nd year student of Masters in Public Health with a strong background in Nursing, Ashish Jindal is another Research Intern in FHTS. He is also exploring the various factors that impact individuals living in urban slums of Delhi. Apart from this he is preparing modules for stress and high cholesterol based on Indian context.
Bikash Gyawali an Optometrist and presently a 2nd year student of Masters in Public Health joined FHTS as a Research Intern. His area of research lies in the field of public policies and stress among the working population.
Nidhi Mittal with a background in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery (Bachelors) and Post-Graduation in Hospital Management has joined FHTS as a Research Intern to explore the factors impacting individuals living in urban slums of Delhi. She is also involved in preparing modules for Diabetes based on Indian population need and understanding.
Another paper published by our Operational Research Student in Pubmed titled "Severity and clustering of menopausal symptoms among obese and non-obese postmenopausal women in India". Read the full paper at: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4832899/
Swasthya Pahal Camp has been organised at Old Shahdara Police Colony wherein family members of the officers and local residents were screened and counselled for their disease conditions, if any.