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Tuesday, February 16, 2016
Approaches For Implementing Adolescent Health Programs (9:00 AM)
 February 16 - 19, 2016 (Tuesday to Friday)

Last date of registration 2nd February, 2016

About the course

Adolescence is a critical phase of life in which an individual undergoes physical, cognitive and emotional changes. One fifth of the Indian population comprises of adolescents, a significant population whose health status is a key determinant of the country's overall development. This group has specific health issues and needs which calls for concerted attention and action. Planning and implementation of health programs for adolescents require specific skills and adoption of approaches to encourage involvement of adolescents in the programs, to understand their issues and to enable them adopt healthy lifestyle and practices. The training workshop will strengthen the competency (knowledge and skills) of participants in applying various approaches while planning and implementing adolescent health programs.

Contents

The training will focus on building skills in implementation techniques related to:
  • Identifying health issues related to adolescents
  • Sexual and Reproductive Health- Rights based approach
  • Peer education approach
  • Counselling
  • Life?skills educatio
  • Nutrition and health education
  • Community mobilization
  • Behaviour Change Communication
  • Planning and Managing adolescent health program-monitoring & supportive supervision

Key Resource Faculty

Ms. Anjali Singh who is a faculty at the institute will be the key resource faculty. She has 16 years of work experience in the area of public health. Along with her colleague – Dr. Jyoti Sharma, she has done research and implemented projects in the area of adolescent health in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. The focus of the projects was sexual and reproductive health and nutrition. She is also involved in teaching adolescent health module in a diploma course at the institute. Currently she is involved in teaching, training and research in public health. She has been part of the team in developing an academic course in STI and HIV/AIDS. Anjali is currently coordinating the Certificate course in STI and HIV/AIDS.

Who should attend?

This workshop is suitable for RKSK Program Implementers at state and district level, NGOs implementing Adolescent Health Programs, ARSH Program implementers at state and district level, School teachers, Counsellors in schools, researchers engaged in the domain of public health, academicians intending to teach adolescent health program implementation.

Registration Fee

Indian National: 8000 INR per participant

International Participant: 16000 INR per participant

The registration fee includes course kit, lunch and snacks. Please note that the participants will have to bear their own travel, boarding and lodging expenses. However; the organizers will be able to provide a list of hotels or guesthouses nearby the institute upon request.

Contact

Interested participants may send their completed registration form {to the address: Ms. Tanuja Bhandari, Indian Institute of Public Health, Delhi, Plot 47, Sector 44, Institutional Area, Near HUDA City Centre metro station, Gurgaon – 122002, Haryana, India} along with the fees by Demand Draft, in favor of “Public Health Foundation of India” payable at New Delhi or by E-transfer.

Foreign nationals are requested to make only E-transfer to submit the fee.

To access and download the complete brochure of the workshop series, please click the following:

Link: Workshop Series 2015-2016 (IIPH-Delhi)

Download flyer Download Application Form




Wednesday, February 17, 2016
Approaches For Implementing Adolescent Health Programs (9:00 AM)
February 16 - 19, 2016 (Tuesday to Friday)

Last date of registration 2nd February, 2016

About the course

Adolescence is a critical phase of life in which an individual undergoes physical, cognitive and emotional changes. One fifth of the Indian population comprises of adolescents, a significant population whose health status is a key determinant of the country's overall development. This group has specific health issues and needs which calls for concerted attention and action. Planning and implementation of health programs for adolescents require specific skills and adoption of approaches to encourage involvement of adolescents in the programs, to understand their issues and to enable them adopt healthy lifestyle and practices. The training workshop will strengthen the competency (knowledge and skills) of participants in applying various approaches while planning and implementing adolescent health programs.

Contents

The training will focus on building skills in implementation techniques related to:
  • Identifying health issues related to adolescents
  • Sexual and Reproductive Health- Rights based approach
  • Peer education approach
  • Counselling
  • Life?skills educatio
  • Nutrition and health education
  • Community mobilization
  • Behaviour Change Communication
  • Planning and Managing adolescent health program-monitoring & supportive supervision

Key Resource Faculty

Ms. Anjali Singh who is a faculty at the institute will be the key resource faculty. She has 16 years of work experience in the area of public health. Along with her colleague – Dr. Jyoti Sharma, she has done research and implemented projects in the area of adolescent health in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. The focus of the projects was sexual and reproductive health and nutrition. She is also involved in teaching adolescent health module in a diploma course at the institute. Currently she is involved in teaching, training and research in public health. She has been part of the team in developing an academic course in STI and HIV/AIDS. Anjali is currently coordinating the Certificate course in STI and HIV/AIDS.

Who should attend?

This workshop is suitable for RKSK Program Implementers at state and district level, NGOs implementing Adolescent Health Programs, ARSH Program implementers at state and district level, School teachers, Counsellors in schools, researchers engaged in the domain of public health, academicians intending to teach adolescent health program implementation.

Registration Fee

Indian National: 8000 INR per participant

International Participant: 16000 INR per participant

The registration fee includes course kit, lunch and snacks. Please note that the participants will have to bear their own travel, boarding and lodging expenses. However; the organizers will be able to provide a list of hotels or guesthouses nearby the institute upon request.

Contact

Interested participants may send their completed registration form {to the address: Ms. Tanuja Bhandari, Indian Institute of Public Health, Delhi, Plot 47, Sector 44, Institutional Area, Near HUDA City Centre metro station, Gurgaon – 122002, Haryana, India} along with the fees by Demand Draft, in favor of “Public Health Foundation of India” payable at New Delhi or by E-transfer.

Foreign nationals are requested to make only E-transfer to submit the fee.

To access and download the complete brochure of the workshop series, please click the following:

Link: Workshop Series 2015-2016 (IIPH-Delhi)

Download flyer Download Application Form




Thursday, February 18, 2016
Approaches For Implementing Adolescent Health Programs (9:00 AM)
February 16 - 19, 2016 (Tuesday to Friday)

Last date of registration 2nd February, 2016

About the course

Adolescence is a critical phase of life in which an individual undergoes physical, cognitive and emotional changes. One fifth of the Indian population comprises of adolescents, a significant population whose health status is a key determinant of the country's overall development. This group has specific health issues and needs which calls for concerted attention and action. Planning and implementation of health programs for adolescents require specific skills and adoption of approaches to encourage involvement of adolescents in the programs, to understand their issues and to enable them adopt healthy lifestyle and practices. The training workshop will strengthen the competency (knowledge and skills) of participants in applying various approaches while planning and implementing adolescent health programs.

Contents

The training will focus on building skills in implementation techniques related to:
  • Identifying health issues related to adolescents
  • Sexual and Reproductive Health- Rights based approach
  • Peer education approach
  • Counselling
  • Life?skills educatio
  • Nutrition and health education
  • Community mobilization
  • Behaviour Change Communication
  • Planning and Managing adolescent health program-monitoring & supportive supervision

Key Resource Faculty

Ms. Anjali Singh who is a faculty at the institute will be the key resource faculty. She has 16 years of work experience in the area of public health. Along with her colleague – Dr. Jyoti Sharma, she has done research and implemented projects in the area of adolescent health in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. The focus of the projects was sexual and reproductive health and nutrition. She is also involved in teaching adolescent health module in a diploma course at the institute. Currently she is involved in teaching, training and research in public health. She has been part of the team in developing an academic course in STI and HIV/AIDS. Anjali is currently coordinating the Certificate course in STI and HIV/AIDS.

Who should attend?

This workshop is suitable for RKSK Program Implementers at state and district level, NGOs implementing Adolescent Health Programs, ARSH Program implementers at state and district level, School teachers, Counsellors in schools, researchers engaged in the domain of public health, academicians intending to teach adolescent health program implementation.

Registration Fee

Indian National: 8000 INR per participant

International Participant: 16000 INR per participant

The registration fee includes course kit, lunch and snacks. Please note that the participants will have to bear their own travel, boarding and lodging expenses. However; the organizers will be able to provide a list of hotels or guesthouses nearby the institute upon request.

Contact

Interested participants may send their completed registration form {to the address: Ms. Tanuja Bhandari, Indian Institute of Public Health, Delhi, Plot 47, Sector 44, Institutional Area, Near HUDA City Centre metro station, Gurgaon – 122002, Haryana, India} along with the fees by Demand Draft, in favor of “Public Health Foundation of India” payable at New Delhi or by E-transfer.

Foreign nationals are requested to make only E-transfer to submit the fee.

To access and download the complete brochure of the workshop series, please click the following:

Link: Workshop Series 2015-2016 (IIPH-Delhi)

Download flyer Download Application Form




Friday, February 19, 2016
Approaches For Implementing Adolescent Health Programs (9:00 AM)
February 16 - 19, 2016 (Tuesday to Friday)

Last date of registration 2nd February, 2016

About the course

Adolescence is a critical phase of life in which an individual undergoes physical, cognitive and emotional changes. One fifth of the Indian population comprises of adolescents, a significant population whose health status is a key determinant of the country's overall development. This group has specific health issues and needs which calls for concerted attention and action. Planning and implementation of health programs for adolescents require specific skills and adoption of approaches to encourage involvement of adolescents in the programs, to understand their issues and to enable them adopt healthy lifestyle and practices. The training workshop will strengthen the competency (knowledge and skills) of participants in applying various approaches while planning and implementing adolescent health programs.

Contents

The training will focus on building skills in implementation techniques related to:
  • Identifying health issues related to adolescents
  • Sexual and Reproductive Health- Rights based approach
  • Peer education approach
  • Counselling
  • Life?skills educatio
  • Nutrition and health education
  • Community mobilization
  • Behaviour Change Communication
  • Planning and Managing adolescent health program-monitoring & supportive supervision

Key Resource Faculty

Ms. Anjali Singh who is a faculty at the institute will be the key resource faculty. She has 16 years of work experience in the area of public health. Along with her colleague – Dr. Jyoti Sharma, she has done research and implemented projects in the area of adolescent health in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. The focus of the projects was sexual and reproductive health and nutrition. She is also involved in teaching adolescent health module in a diploma course at the institute. Currently she is involved in teaching, training and research in public health. She has been part of the team in developing an academic course in STI and HIV/AIDS. Anjali is currently coordinating the Certificate course in STI and HIV/AIDS.

Who should attend?

This workshop is suitable for RKSK Program Implementers at state and district level, NGOs implementing Adolescent Health Programs, ARSH Program implementers at state and district level, School teachers, Counsellors in schools, researchers engaged in the domain of public health, academicians intending to teach adolescent health program implementation.

Registration Fee

Indian National: 8000 INR per participant

International Participant: 16000 INR per participant

The registration fee includes course kit, lunch and snacks. Please note that the participants will have to bear their own travel, boarding and lodging expenses. However; the organizers will be able to provide a list of hotels or guesthouses nearby the institute upon request.

Contact

Interested participants may send their completed registration form {to the address: Ms. Tanuja Bhandari, Indian Institute of Public Health, Delhi, Plot 47, Sector 44, Institutional Area, Near HUDA City Centre metro station, Gurgaon – 122002, Haryana, India} along with the fees by Demand Draft, in favor of “Public Health Foundation of India” payable at New Delhi or by E-transfer.

Foreign nationals are requested to make only E-transfer to submit the fee.

To access and download the complete brochure of the workshop series, please click the following:

Link: Workshop Series 2015-2016 (IIPH-Delhi)

Download flyer Download Application Form




Sunday, February 21, 2016
Certificate Course In Evidence Based Management Of Diabetic Retinopathy (8:00 AM)

Last Date for Enrollment: 31st December 2015

Course starts on 21st February 2016

Certificate Course in Evidence Based Management of Diabetic Retinopathy (CCDR) Cycle I is a 4 modular joint certificate program designed, implemented and delivered by Public Health Foundation of India in collaboration with academic partner Dr. Mohan’s Diabetes Education Academy (DMDEA) & Aravind Eye Care System. The educational grant for the same has been provided by The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust (QEDJT) with funding from The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust.

Minimum Eligibility Criterion:

MD/ DNB (Medicine or Internal Medicine or Family Medicine)
OR
MBBS with minimum 3 years of clinical experience

Course fees:

For enrollment in the certificate course, the completed application form with a Demand Draft of INR 5,000/- drawn in favour of "Public Health Foundation of India" payable at New Delhi, can be submitted to:

Program Secretariat- CCDR
Public Health Foundation of India

Plot No. 47, Sector - 44, Gurgaon,
Haryana - 122002, India
Tel: +91 124 4781400,
Mobile: +91 9999875856
Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Web: www.phfi.org/ | www.ccdr.org.in

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