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Indian Journal of Public Health

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April-June  2020 |  Vol 64 |  Issue  2    RSS Feed Table of Contents
  Redefining and redesigning public health for the future
  Public health is now recognized as a distinct discipline globally. However, opportunities of learning, research, and practice in this field are limited in India. Public health practice, initiated ab...
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  COVID-19 pandemic: Are we witnessing the first world war?
  To think that politics, power tectonics, economics, market, conspiracies, propaganda, rumors, and above all, gossips are not part of epidemiology would be a phenomenal error. Nothing underscores thi...
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  Effectiveness of health education in reducing secondhand smoke exposure among pregnant women visiting the antenatal clinic in Saudi Arabia: A randomized controlled trial
  Background: Pregnant women's exposure to secondhand smoking (SHS) is associated with detrimental effects on the pregnancy outcomes. Objectives: The objective of the study was to co...
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  Psychometric validation of geriatric depression scale – Short form among bengali-speaking elderly from a rural area of West Bengal: Application of item response theory
  Background: The geriatric depression scale – short form (GDS-SF) considered an important preliminary screening tool, requires translation in different regional languages and validation,...
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