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Indian Journal of Public Health

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July-September  2020 |  Vol 64 |  Issue  3    RSS Feed Table of Contents
  Empowering public health leadership in India
  Various eminent public health leaders of the country along with young public health enthusiasts congregated at All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi, from February 29 to March 2...
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Dr. J E Park Memorial Oration
  Leadership through the eyes of a public health professional: A journey of 43 years
  Leadership skills in a public health professional (PHP) are more important today in view of rapidly changing disease pattern, higher priority to universal health coverage, health in all policies, he...
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Dr K N Rao Memorial Oration
  Breaking the chain of malnutrition: Opportunities, challenges and actions
  Nutrition continues to be a major challenge in India. Children, Adolescents, Pregnant and Lactating women have various nutrition related public health issues which needs accelerated efforts. Departm...
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Original article: DR. P. C. SEN Memorial Award Paper on Rural Health Practice
  Determinants of out-of-pocket and catastrophic health expenditure in rural population: A community-based study in a block of Purba Barddhaman, West Bengal
  Background: In India, health expenditure accounts for <5% of the Gross domestic product and the level of out-of-pocket (OOP) spending is 69.5% of total health expenditures. OOP ex...
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