Indian hub on health systems
Indian Hub on Health Systems (IHHS) aims to facilitate and build on the contemporary growing national movement for the strengthening of health systems in India. IHHS is being coordinated by the Institute of Public Health, Bangalore. IHHS’s main activities include
- bringing out ‘Selected Readings on Indian Health Systems’ and ‘Readings in Public Health’
- establishment of the web portal that enables discussion as well as collaborative work by anyone interested on health system in India, and
- organising a national conference/workshop (see EPHP 2010) to advocate health system strengthening.
IHHS is an initiative of the Institute of Public Health, supported by SWIHPS (Switching International Health Policies & Systems) network.
Selected readings in public health
This is a bi-monthly newsletter consisting of selected readings on health systems for public health practitioners, students, researchers and policy makers in India. Relevant articles are compiled from national and international journals and are reviewed by public health experts for your convenience. It also carries relevant news items and announcements. Contact km AT iphindia.org if you have any suggestions or would like to contribute.
Volume 1, Issue-1_Sep 2011
Readings in Public Health
Readings in Public Health focusses on providing an exhaustive list of articles from national and international journals that are related to various areas, with a special focus on the domains of work at IPH, Bengaluru (health financing, health management, tobacco control etc.). These articles are provided with the abstract. We have made them available for download here.
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