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Indian Journal of Public Health

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October-December  2021 |  Vol 65 |  Issue  4    RSS Feed Table of Contents
Editorial
  Organizing the first-ever virtual IPHACON – What did we learn?
  Professional societies conduct scientific meetings to achieve multiple objectives – knowledge exchange, capacity building, dissemination of research findings, and providing a platform for netw...
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Dr K N Rao Memorial Oration
  Health sector reform at the COVID cross-roads: Public goods or health markets – An agenda for health systems research
  The debate around approaches to health sector reform is one of the foundational questions around which the discipline of health policy and systems research has grown. In the immediate postwar period...
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Original Article: DR. P. C. SEN Memorial Award Paper on Rural Health Practice
  Validation of a questionnaire on problematic use of smartphones among a rural population of West Bengal
  Background: While a smartphone can be a hugely productive tool, excessive use of this device can interfere with work, education, our physical and mental health, and productivity. Nowadays, we...
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Original Article: DR. S. D. GAUR Best Paper Award on Environmental Health
  Assessment of knowledge, attitude, and practice about biomedical waste management among healthcare workers during COVID-19 pandemic in a health district of West Bengal
  Background: Efforts to combat Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic have significantly increased the quantity of bio-medical waste (BMW) generation. Objectives: A cross-sectional stu...
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