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July-September  2015 |  Vol 59 |  Issue  3    RSS Feed Table of Contents
  Community empowerment: Holistic approach for sustainable improvements in population health
  A state of good health and well-being improves the lives of everyone and is essential for development. Communities are groups of people who may or may not be spatially connected but share common inter...
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DR. B.C. Dasgupta Oration
  Enabling public health education reforms in India
  Enabling Public Health Education Reforms in India Adam Smith stated that the "capacities of individuals depended on their access to education." [1] Public health education is vital for...
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DR. S.C. Seal Memorial Oration, 2013
  Undoing ignorance: Reflections on strengthening public health institutions in India
  Introduction - Missing 'the Critical Mass' Public health has not received due attention in India over the past several decades, both in terms of trained human resources and finances, a...
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Public Health Education
  Landscaping academic programs offered in demography and population studies in India
  As per the United Nations 2013 report, India's population is expected to reach 1.2 billion by 2015. Thus, there is a need for professionals trained in demography and population studies to carry out re...
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