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  • bhavesh modi
    Dear All,   I am attaching blank form to become member of IAPSM. KIndly ensure that all eligible candidates become part of our national and state IAPSM
    Message 1 of 3 , Jan 22, 2010
    Dear All,
     
    I am attaching blank form to become member of IAPSM.
    KIndly ensure that all eligible candidates become part of our national and state IAPSM chanper.
     
    regards,
     
    Dr Bhavesh Modi
    AP-PSM
    PDU Medical College,
    Rajkot, Gujarat


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  • Prof. Umesh Kapil
    FORCES BY ICMRCONSTITUTION OF TASK EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR PARTICIPATION IN TASK FORCES ON MICRONUTRIENTS The Indian Council of Medical Research is
    Message 2 of 3 , Jan 9, 2012
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      The Indian Council of Medical Research is constituting following task forces:

      1.            Anaemia

      2.            Vitamin A Deficiency Disorders

      3.          Iodine Deficiency Disorders

      The tentative terms of references are given below which would be finalized by experts of constituted task force

      i. To review the existing information available on prevalence of anaemia, vitamin A deficiency disorders and iodine deficiency disorders and plan required studies for mapping of these micronutrients deficiency disorders.

      ii To assess the existing research methodologies of assessment of micronutrient deficiency disorders and make recommendations for appropriate research methodologies for each of the micronutrient.

      iii To    evaluate existing National Programmes on Micronutrients and assess
      strengths and weaknesses for suggesting appropriate corrective measures.

      iv To develop innovative approaches for awareness of population with respect to significance of adequate intake of micronutrients.

      v. To develop research facilities in different parts of the country for assessment of problem of micronutrients and developing capacity building of scientists in carrying out micronutrient research.

      The members of proposed task forces will be selected based on scientific publications or positions in different institutes of the country especially remote areas and unrepresented areas of the country. Few youngsters below the age of 40 years will also be included in each task force.

      Those interested to be involved with the above activities may kindly send their biodata in the format enclosed to the undersigned by January 15, 2012 preferably by email – gstoteja(ägmail.com

      Dr. G.S Toteja
      Scientist ‘F’
      Indian Council of Medical Research
      Ansari Nagar, New Delhi-110029 &
      “Centre for Promotion of Nutrition Research
      and Training with special focus on
      North-east, Tribal and Inaccessible population” (ICMR)
      Email: gstoteja(ägmail.com

      FORCES BY ICMRCONSTITUTION OF TASK

      EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR PARTICIPATION IN TASK FORCES ON
      MICRONUTRIENTS


       

      EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR PARTICIPATION IN TASK FORCES ON
      MICRONUTRIENTS

      BIODATA

      1.      Name:

      2.    Age (Date of birth):

      3.      Designation:

      4.      Organization:

      5.      Contact Details (Telephone- office, mobile; email):

      6.    Academic Qualifications starting from graduate degree:

      7.    Total duration of research experience:

      7.1. In the field of micronutrients

      7.2. In other fields

      8.    Training Undertaken:

      9. Details of research project(s):

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

      S.No

      Title

      Year

      Sponsored by (along with
      approx. budget)

      Level of Involvement
      (PI/Co-PI/Others)

      10.   No. of research papers published

                           10.1.     In the field of micronutrients

                           10.2.     In other fields

      11.   Details of the research papers published.

      S. No

      List of all Authors

      Title of Paper

      Name of Journal
      etc.

      Impact Factor

      Citation
      Index

      Whether Applicant is

      First author

      Corres. Author

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

      12.   Details of the conferences attended (last five years)

      13.   Kindly indicate that for which ‘Task Force’ (as mentioned in the website add) you would like to be considered (you may choose more than one task force):

      14.  A summary of research work done (300 words)

      15.  A summary of on-going/proposed research work (300 words)

      16. A summary of your perception to deal with problems of micronutrient deficiency disorders

      Note: Please provide scientific information as asked in the format and do not give details which have not been asked for

      Dr. Umesh Kapil,
      Professor , Public Health Nutrition,
      Human Nutrition Unit,
      Old OT Block
      All India Institute of Medical Sciences ,
      New Delhi, 110029,
      India 110029
      Mobile :09810609340,
      Office 911126593383;  Fax 911126588461 
       
       


      --- On Sat, 1/23/10, bhavesh modi <bhavmod@...> wrote:

      From: bhavesh modi <bhavmod@...>
      Subject: [CommunityMedicine of India] form of IAPSM membership [1 Attachment]
      To: iapsm_youthmembers@yahoogroups.com, "psm group" <communitymedicine@yahoogroups.com>
      Cc: iapsmgc17conf@...
      Date: Saturday, January 23, 2010, 12:22 AM

       
      Dear All,
       
      I am attaching blank form to become member of IAPSM.
      KIndly ensure that all eligible candidates become part of our national and state IAPSM chanper.
       
      regards,
       
      Dr Bhavesh Modi
      AP-PSM
      PDU Medical College,
      Rajkot, Gujarat


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    • Prof. Umesh Kapil
      Indian J Med Res 138, September 2013, pp 44-50 Massive dose vitamin A programme in India - Need for a targeted approach Umesh Kapil & H.P.S. Sachdev* All
      Message 3 of 3 , Sep 14 12:57 AM
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        Indian J Med Res 138, September 2013, pp 44-50
        Massive dose vitamin A programme in India - Need for a targeted approach
        Umesh Kapil & H.P.S. Sachdev*
        All India Institute of Medical Sciences & *Sitaram Bhartia Institute of Science & Research, New Delhi, India
        Received February 1, 2012
        The National Prophylaxis Programme against Nutritional Blindness due to vitamin A deficiency (NPPNB due to VAD) was started in 1970 with the specific aim of preventing nutritional blindness due to keratomalacia . The Programme was launched as an urgent remedial measure to combat the unacceptably high magnitude of xerophthalmic blindness in the country seen in the 1950s and 1960s. Clinical VAD has declined drastically during the last 40 years. Also, indicators of child health have shown substantial gains in different States in the country. The prevalence of severe undernutrition has come down significantly. Immunization coverage for measles and other vaccine preventable diseases has improved from 5-7 per cent in early seventies to currently 60-90 per cent, in different States. Similarly, there has been a significant improvement in the overall dietary intake of young children. There has been virtual disappearance of keratomalacia, and a sharp decline in the prevalence of Bitot spots. Prophylactic mega dose administration of vitamin A is primarily advocated because of the claim of 23 per cent reduction in childhood mortality. However, benefits on this scale have been found only in areas with rudimentary health care facilities where clinical deficiency is common, and there is substantial heterogeneity, especially with inclusion of all trials. There is an urgent need for adopting a targeted rather than universal prophylactic mega dose vitamin A supplementation in preschool children. This approach is justified on the basis of currently available evidence documenting a substantial decline in VAD prevalence, substantial heterogeneity and uncertainty about mortality effects in present era with improved health care, and resource constraints with competing priorities.
         
        Dr. Umesh Kapil 
        Professor Public Health Nutrition 
        Room Number 118; 
        Human Nutrition Unit,
        Old OT Block,
        All India Institute of Medical Sciences 
        New Delhi,  India ,110029
        Mobile 91-9810609340

         
         


        From: bhavesh modi <bhavmod@...>
        To: iapsm_youthmembers@yahoogroups.com; psm group <communitymedicine@yahoogroups.com>
        Cc: iapsmgc17conf@...
        Sent: Friday, January 22, 2010 9:22 PM
        Subject: [CommunityMedicine of India] form of IAPSM membership [1 Attachment]

         
        Dear All,
         
        I am attaching blank form to become member of IAPSM.
        KIndly ensure that all eligible candidates become part of our national and state IAPSM chanper.
         
        regards,
         
        Dr Bhavesh Modi
        AP-PSM
        PDU Medical College,
        Rajkot, Gujarat


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