- FYI please. Thank you very much. With warm personal regards, NikhilDr. Surender N. Gupta, MBBS; PGDHHM;PGDMCH;PGDCHFWM;FAIMS;;MA (Phil);FIMS;MAEMessage 1 of 1 , Nov 17, 2011View Source
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--- On Thu, 11/17/11, trainings iiphd <trainings@...> wrote:
From: trainings iiphd <trainings@...>
Subject: Announcement of “Research Methods Workshop Series” (November 2011 – May 2012)
Date: Thursday, November 17, 2011, 5:09 PMDear Sir/ Madam,
Greetings from Indian Institute of Public Health- Delhi!
The Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI) is a public private partnership which is a large scale, uniquely designed, sustainable response to the severe shortfall of public health professionals (needed in the government, NGO and private sectors) in India. The PHFI was launched on March 28, 2006 at New Delhi. PHFI is autonomously governed and is managed by a fully empowered, independent, Governing Board that is represented by multiple constituencies. These constituencies include representatives from government, contributing philanthropists and leading Indian and international professionals. The PHFI’s charter includes the setting up of new institutes for public health education and training in various States, assisting in the enhancement of capacity of existing public health training institutions, pursuing vigorous research and advocacy efforts on public health and related issues.
The Indian Institute of Public Health, Delhi (IIPH-D), has been set up to function as one of the nodal institutions for public health education, advocacy, research and practice, providing quality public health training to graduates of diverse disciplines. Apart from conducting three full time academic diploma courses, we also organize short term trainings and workshops.
These comprehensive training programmes will be of immense benefit to public health professional, clinicians, researchers, epidemiologists, pharmaceutical scientists, medical writers, statisticians and post-graduate medical students who are interested and committed to enhance their research skills.
In this context we are glad to announce our Research Methods Workshop Series (November 2011 – May 2012) on the following topics:
I Biostatistics: Basics and Beyond using STATA
November 14-18, 2011
II Randomized Controlled Trials: Design, Analysis and
December 19-23, 2011
III Case Control Studies : Basics and Beyond
January 10- 13, 2012
IV Qualitative Research Methods for Physicians
January 30 - February 3, 2012
February 21-24, 2012
VI Statistical analysis using STATA
March 26- 30, 2012
VII Designing and Evaluating Public Health
April 3-6, 2012
VIII Conduct and Reporting of Systematic Reviews
April 23 - 25,2012
IX Medical Writing
May 15 - 18, 2012
We request you to disseminate this information also to other potential participants.
Should you have any further queries please feel free to contact the key person as follows:
Ms Tanuja Bhandari
Ph :+91 124 4722900
We look forward for your active participation in the workshops.
Apologies if you have already received this information, kindly circulate to your networks.
Indian Institute of Public Health-Delhi
Plot 34, Sector 44