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The pandemic brings to our collective mind the need for a futuristic, planned, scientific, evidence-based approach to addressing health workforce

Reimagining human resources for health in India

By Hindustan Times
PUBLISHED ON SEP 17, 2021 01:31 PM IST
The piece has been authored by Thelma Narayan is a public health professional and health activist who currently works as an honorary Community Health Adviser at Centre for Public Health and Equity
The contribution by the government is clearly too low and needs to go up substantially.
The contribution by the government is clearly too low and needs to go up substantially.

‘More health for the money’: Obtaining more value from financing

By Hindustan Times
UPDATED ON SEP 15, 2021 01:13 PM IST
The piece has been authored by Nachiket Mor, visiting scientist at The Banyan Academy of Leadership in Mental Health.
To prepare the nation for the next wave, it is crucial to address the gaps in the health care infrastructure.(PTI Photo)
To prepare the nation for the next wave, it is crucial to address the gaps in the health care infrastructure.(PTI Photo)

The continuing challenge of Covid-19: Lessons from the second wave

By Hindustan Times
PUBLISHED ON SEP 13, 2021 03:44 PM IST
The piece has been authored by Dr Virander Singh Chauhan, Arturo Falaschi emeritus scientist and founder, ETI, Deepali Khanna, managing director, Asia Regional Office, Rockefeller Foundation
This Migraine Awareness Week, it is important to take a step towards enhanced understanding of this invisible illness so we can usher in a new era of care.
This Migraine Awareness Week, it is important to take a step towards enhanced understanding of this invisible illness so we can usher in a new era of care.

Effective Migraine Care: Gaps and Barriers

UPDATED ON SEP 10, 2021 10:30 AM IST
The piece has been authored by Dr Debashish Chowdhury, professor and head of neurology, G B Pant Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education and Research (GIPMER) and in-charge, Headache Clinic, GIPMER, New Delhi
A team of researchers led by J-PAL founders Abhijit Banerjee and Esther Duflo randomised the provision of incentives, targeted reminders, and local immunisation ambassadors across seven districts in Haryana (HT ARCHIVE)
A team of researchers led by J-PAL founders Abhijit Banerjee and Esther Duflo randomised the provision of incentives, targeted reminders, and local immunisation ambassadors across seven districts in Haryana (HT ARCHIVE)

Selecting the most effective nudge: Evidence from immunisation study

By J-PAL South Asia
UPDATED ON SEP 06, 2021 12:18 PM IST
The study has been authored by Abhijit Banerjee, Department of Economics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Director, J-PAL; Arun G. Chandrasekhar, Department of Economics at Stanford University and J-PAL affiliate; Esther Duflo, Department of Economics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Scientific Director, J-PAL South Asia and others.
For Bihar, data shows that there were 251,053 “excess deaths” since the start of the outbreak compared to the corresponding four-year period before the pandemic (2015-2019). (Ajay Aggarwal /HT PHOTO)
For Bihar, data shows that there were 251,053 “excess deaths” since the start of the outbreak compared to the corresponding four-year period before the pandemic (2015-2019). (Ajay Aggarwal /HT PHOTO)

South Asia needs a collective pandemic agenda

By George Institute
PUBLISHED ON AUG 30, 2021 07:32 PM IST
The study has been authored by Shashika Bandara, Soumyadeep Bhaumik and others from the South Asian region.
Health Ministry on Tuesday said there has been no scarcity in oxygen supply in the last 10 months.(Bloomberg file photo)
Health Ministry on Tuesday said there has been no scarcity in oxygen supply in the last 10 months.(Bloomberg file photo)

‘More Money for Health’: Financing Universal Health Coverage in India

By Hindustan Times
PUBLISHED ON AUG 29, 2021 05:00 PM IST
The study has been authored by Nachiket Mor, Visiting Scientist at The Banyan Academy of Leadership in Mental Health.
Only a small proportion of the population in many low-income and middle-income countries will have access to available vaccines.
Only a small proportion of the population in many low-income and middle-income countries will have access to available vaccines.

Ongoing and future Covid-19 vaccine clinical trials: Challenges, opportunities

By George Institute
PUBLISHED ON AUG 21, 2021 06:58 PM IST
The study has been authored by Dal-Ré R and others.
As the pandemic progressed, several countries introduced or expanded access to telemedicine services.
As the pandemic progressed, several countries introduced or expanded access to telemedicine services.

How telemedicine supported strengthening of primary care

By George Institute
PUBLISHED ON AUG 18, 2021 02:07 PM IST
The study has been authored by Nachiket Gudi and others.
Oxygen tankers being escorted by Delhi Police as they move towards hospitals from Delhi Cant Railway Station amid the oxygen crisis.(PTI File Photo)
Oxygen tankers being escorted by Delhi Police as they move towards hospitals from Delhi Cant Railway Station amid the oxygen crisis.(PTI File Photo)

Responding to Covid-19: A mobility-based surge capacity framework

By Centre for Policy Research
PUBLISHED ON AUG 16, 2021 01:49 PM IST
The study has been authored by Yamini Aiyar, Jishnu Das, Partha Mukhopadhyay and Shamindra Nath Roy.
The time has come to develop a realistic roadmap to realise the idea of access to health care as a fundamental right for all citizens of India.(Parveen Kumar/HT Photo)
The time has come to develop a realistic roadmap to realise the idea of access to health care as a fundamental right for all citizens of India.(Parveen Kumar/HT Photo)

The healthcare moonshot

By Hindustan Times
PUBLISHED ON AUG 11, 2021 02:14 PM IST
The piece has been authored by Vijay Chandru and Sharad Sharma.
According to WHO, all infants should be exclusive breastfed for the first six months of life.(Representative Photo)
According to WHO, all infants should be exclusive breastfed for the first six months of life.(Representative Photo)

Celebrating World Breastfeeding Week amidst the Covid-19 pandemic

By Hindustan Times
UPDATED ON AUG 08, 2021 03:59 PM IST
The piece has been authored by Dr Suparna Ghosh-Jerath, Professor and Head, Community Nutrition.
The childcare crisis is at a tipping point.(Representative Photo)
The childcare crisis is at a tipping point.(Representative Photo)

Global childcare crisis and the road for post-covid-19 recovery and resilience

By IWWAGE
PUBLISHED ON AUG 08, 2021 12:24 PM IST
The study has been authored by Kate Grantham and others.
Excess sodium intake is a causal risk factor for hypertension.(Representative Photo)
Excess sodium intake is a causal risk factor for hypertension.(Representative Photo)

Salt substitution - an effective way to reduce blood pressure in rural India

By George Institute
PUBLISHED ON AUG 08, 2021 12:16 PM IST
The study has been authored by Jie Yu and others.
The government of India approved the Ayushman Bharat Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana (AB-PMJAY) in March 2018.(Vivek Nair/HT Photo)
The government of India approved the Ayushman Bharat Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana (AB-PMJAY) in March 2018.(Vivek Nair/HT Photo)

Ayushman Bharat and the path to universal health coverage in India

By George Institute
PUBLISHED ON AUG 05, 2021 07:32 AM IST
The study has been authored by J Angel Blake and others.
People wearing face masks walk on a street market, following an outbreak of the coronavirus disease in Wuhan, China.(Reuters File Photo)
People wearing face masks walk on a street market, following an outbreak of the coronavirus disease in Wuhan, China.(Reuters File Photo)

Epidemics and their urban context: Covid-19 and lessons from Wuhan

By Institute of Chinese Studies
PUBLISHED ON JUL 31, 2021 02:47 PM IST
The study has been authored by Madhurima Nundy.
The pandemic has highlighted one of the most crucial vulnerabilities of the Indian economy; its large informal sector, the state of the labours engaged and their living conditions.(AP)
The pandemic has highlighted one of the most crucial vulnerabilities of the Indian economy; its large informal sector, the state of the labours engaged and their living conditions.(AP)

Lessons for urban governance futures from the pandemic

By Centre for Policy Research
PUBLISHED ON JUL 27, 2021 01:25 PM IST
The study has been authored by S Dasgupta and others.
National Health Mission (NHM) committed to broader expansion of health care services, a singular focus on maternal and child health conditions especially in backward regions of the country.(AFP)
National Health Mission (NHM) committed to broader expansion of health care services, a singular focus on maternal and child health conditions especially in backward regions of the country.(AFP)

Did the poor gain from India’s health policy interventions?

By Public Health Foundation of India
PUBLISHED ON JUL 24, 2021 02:55 PM IST
The study has been authored by Sakthivel Selvaraj and others.
Since the rollout of vaccines against Covid-19—which is regarded as what will lead the way in arresting the pandemic a number of new variants of the virus have emerged.(AFP)
Since the rollout of vaccines against Covid-19—which is regarded as what will lead the way in arresting the pandemic a number of new variants of the virus have emerged.(AFP)

Can pandemics be securitised?

By Observer Research Foundation
PUBLISHED ON JUL 20, 2021 04:32 PM IST
The study has been authored by Rajiv Pathni.
Women and younger workers have been disproportionately affected due to Covid-19 pandemic, the study said.(AP File Photo)
Women and younger workers have been disproportionately affected due to Covid-19 pandemic, the study said.(AP File Photo)

State of working India 2021: The pandemic’s impact on the economy in India

By Azim Premji Foundation
PUBLISHED ON JUL 18, 2021 06:37 PM IST
The study has been authored by Amit Basole and others.
The second wave has also hit the rural areas of Gujarat. The state reported 90 deaths in 20 days from one village alone, Chogath, which has a population of 13,000.(AP)
The second wave has also hit the rural areas of Gujarat. The state reported 90 deaths in 20 days from one village alone, Chogath, which has a population of 13,000.(AP)

Winning the Covid-19 Battle in Rural India: A Blueprint for Action

By Observer Research Foundation
PUBLISHED ON JUL 17, 2021 09:10 PM IST
The study has been Malancha Chakrabarty and Shoba Suri.
India’s 1.38 billion population, only 45.1 million have been fully vaccinated. Globally, India stands second only to the United States (US) in absolute numbers of cases.
India’s 1.38 billion population, only 45.1 million have been fully vaccinated. Globally, India stands second only to the United States (US) in absolute numbers of cases.

India’s Covid-19 vaccination campaign: A marathon, not a sprint

By Observer Research Foundation
PUBLISHED ON JUL 16, 2021 08:37 PM IST
The study has been authored by Haryax Pathak.
Healthcare workers administer Covid-19 vaccine to beneficiaries during a special drive, in Beawar, Rajasthan, on July 8.(PTI Photo)
Healthcare workers administer Covid-19 vaccine to beneficiaries during a special drive, in Beawar, Rajasthan, on July 8.(PTI Photo)

Experiences of Rajasthan and HP frontline workers during pandemic

By Centre for Policy Research
PUBLISHED ON JUL 10, 2021 03:37 PM IST
  • The study has been authored by Anavi Kapur and others.
Health workers carrying oxygen cylinders from a store in a hospital in Shimla. (Deepak Sansta/HT File Photo)
Health workers carrying oxygen cylinders from a store in a hospital in Shimla. (Deepak Sansta/HT File Photo)

Preventing a repeat of the Covid-19 second wave oxygen crisis in India

By Observer Research Foundation
PUBLISHED ON JUL 08, 2021 12:50 PM IST
  • The study has been authored by Amit Thadhani.
A healthcare worker administers a dose of Covid-19 vaccine to a beneficiary at a Delhi hospital.(Amal KS/HT Photo)
A healthcare worker administers a dose of Covid-19 vaccine to a beneficiary at a Delhi hospital.(Amal KS/HT Photo)

The Covid-19 challenge to Indian federalism

By Observer Research Foundation
PUBLISHED ON JUL 06, 2021 12:23 PM IST
The study has been authored by Niranjan Sahoo and Ambar Kumar Ghosh.
Four out of five persons with disabilities using assistive devices sanitised their devices regularly, the study found.
Four out of five persons with disabilities using assistive devices sanitised their devices regularly, the study found.

Impact of COVID-19 on persons with disabilities in India

By Public Health Foundation of India
PUBLISHED ON JUL 01, 2021 08:00 PM IST
A cross sectional, mixed-methods approach, using a purposive snowballing technique was adopted to study the impact of COVID-19 on persons with disabilities in India. The article has been authored by Murthy GVS, Kamalakannan S, Lewis MG, Sadanand S and Tetali S.
Healthcare workers carry Covishield doses to inoculate villagers during a door-to-door vaccination and testing drive in West Bengal.(Reuters Photo)
Healthcare workers carry Covishield doses to inoculate villagers during a door-to-door vaccination and testing drive in West Bengal.(Reuters Photo)

India needs big investment in health workforce

By Public Health Foundation of India
PUBLISHED ON JUL 01, 2021 07:59 PM IST
A study highlighted that density of active health workforce in India is a little over one-fourth of the WHO recommended threshold of 44.5 skilled health workers per 10,000 persons. The article has been authored by Anup Karan, Additional Professor, Indian Institute of Public Health, Delhi, PHFI.
Severe hypertension shows signs of headaches, sleepiness, palpitation, blurred vision, fatigue, dizziness, confusion and ringing sensation in the ears.(Representative Photo)
Severe hypertension shows signs of headaches, sleepiness, palpitation, blurred vision, fatigue, dizziness, confusion and ringing sensation in the ears.(Representative Photo)

Is hypertension an ignored orphan?

By Public Health Foundation of India
PUBLISHED ON JUL 01, 2021 07:52 PM IST
While several potent drugs are available for hypertension or high blood pressure, control rates are abysmal. The article has been authored by Dorairaj Prabhakaran, Vice President (Research and Policy).
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