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July-September  2016 |  Vol 60 |  Issue  3    RSS Feed Table of Contents
  Bachelor of public health course to upgrade the competencies of health assistants
  It is well known that the level of health in a community is largely related to the access to personal preventive and curative care as well as public health services, i.e., environmental sanitation, qu...
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Dr B C Dasgupta Memorial Oration
  Challenges in new vaccine introduction in a national program in India
  Vaccines have a long history dating back to the days of Edward Jenner (1749-1823) and Louis Pasteur (1822-1895). Vaccines can be viewed from a public health perspective as well as scientific perspecti...
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Dr K N Rao Memorial Oration
  Low-quality scientific evidence for the continuation of universal Vitamin A supplementation among under 5 children in India
  Vitamin A supplementation (VAS) is presently being undertaken in India among under 5 (U5) children for two possible benefits (i) to prevent nutritional blindness due to Vitamin A deficiency (VAD) and ...
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Dr P C Sen Best Paper Award
  Taking stocks of antimalarial activities: A study on knowledge and skill of health personnel at primary care setting in the state of West Bengal, India
  Background: Early diagnosis and effective treatment are the key areas in malaria control in India. Objective: The present study was carried out to assess the knowledge and skill of healt...
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