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SAI Visits Public Health Foundation of India

David Sheynberg (Harvard College 2016) and Eva Harvey (Harvard College 2014) have been interning with the Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI) this summer with the aid of a cosponsored grant from the Harvard Institute of Politics and the South Asia Institute.  On July 17, 2013, Nora Maginn, SAI Programs Manager, visited David and Eva at the South Asia Network for Chronic Disease, a collaborative venture between PHFI and Wellcome Trust Bloomsbury Centre for Clinical Tropical Medicine.

At PHFI, David and Eva have been working alongside Professor Richard Cash, who introduced them to the investigative process behind public health.

Both agreed that their internships were instrumental in being able to gain a 3D perspective of global health.

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University of Melbourne aims to improve public health training and education in India

Training in public health policy and leadership, improving disability programs and lessons from Australian in tobacco plain packaging policies are some of the collaborative projects in a new Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the University of Melbourne and the Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI).

University of Melbourne Deputy Provost and Deputy Vice Chancellor (International)  Professor Sue Elliott said the agreement was a great opportunity for sharing of expertise between the institutions.

“This agreement builds on a history of effective public health collaborations between the university, through the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health including the Nossal Institute for Global Health and the Public Health Foundation of India. We can expect further great things to come of this agreement as we consolidate and renew ideas for the future,” she said.

The Public Health Foundation of India is an independent institution that aims to strengthen training, research and policy development in the area of public health.

Professor Elliot and Professor KS Srinath Reddy, the President of PHFI, signed the MoU and outlined the way forward at a showcase event on Feb. 16 in New Delhi. The Deputy High Commissioner from the Australian Consulate Mr Bernard Philip, was a chief guest.

The MoU will facilitate new collaborative agreements around particular public health projects that were be showcased at the event. The event celebrated the existing collaborations and strengthen the links between leading Australian and Indian educational institutions.

Current collaborations covered under the MoU:

  • A three-year Australian Aid program to help train the public health workforce in leadership. This will feed into establishing a State Institute of Health and Family Welfare in Uttarakhand and a flagship course on public health leadership.
  • Measuring disability in India. This tool was developed by the University of Melbourne and is being trialled by PHFI and the Community Health and Global Network (CHGN) Uttarakhand Cluster in India. It is hoped that this tool will inform the development and evaluation of disability programs and policies in India.
  • Collaborative research, academic exchange visits, collaborative teaching and seminars and collaborative association in regional and global forums.
  • US National Institutes of Health Training Program involving faculty and trainees from PHFI, mainly the Centre for Chronic Disease Control (CCDC) to train researchers on global health.
  • Leveraging Australia’s experience to work towards plain packaging of tobacco products in India. This builds on a substantive three-year collaboration between experts in India and Australia.

Public Health at the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health

The Melbourne School of Population and Global Health aims to strengthen the understanding, capacity and services of society to meet population health needs and to improve the quality and equity of health care. The population health approach recognizes that health is a capacity or resource rather than a state, a definition which corresponds more to the notion of being able to pursue one’s goals, to acquire skills and education, and to grow. This broader notion of health recognizes the range of social, economic and physical environmental factors that contribute to health (Public Health Agency of Canada).

Program: Master of Public Health
Location: Melbourne, Victoria
Semester intake: February/March
Duration: 1.5 – 2 years (depending on background of candidate)
Application deadline: While there is no set application deadline for this program, applicants are strongly encouraged to submit their applications a minimum of three months prior to the program’s start date.

University of Melbourne aims to improve public health training and education in India

Training in public health policy and leadership, improving disability programs and lessons from Australian in tobacco plain packaging policies are some of the collaborative projects in a new Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the University of Melbourne and the Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI).

University of Melbourne Deputy Provost and Deputy Vice Chancellor (International)  Professor Sue Elliott said the agreement was a great opportunity for sharing of expertise between the institutions.

“This agreement builds on a history of effective public health collaborations between the university, through the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health including the Nossal Institute for Global Health and the Public Health Foundation of India. We can expect further great things to come of this agreement as we consolidate and renew ideas for the future,” she said.

The Public Health Foundation of India is an independent institution that aims to strengthen training, research and policy development in the area of public health.

Professor Elliot and Professor KS Srinath Reddy, the President of PHFI, signed the MoU and outlined the way forward at a showcase event on Feb. 16 in New Delhi. The Deputy High Commissioner from the Australian Consulate Mr Bernard Philip, was a chief guest.

The MoU will facilitate new collaborative agreements around particular public health projects that were be showcased at the event. The event celebrated the existing collaborations and strengthen the links between leading Australian and Indian educational institutions.

Current collaborations covered under the MoU:

  • A three-year Australian Aid program to help train the public health workforce in leadership. This will feed into establishing a State Institute of Health and Family Welfare in Uttarakhand and a flagship course on public health leadership.
  • Measuring disability in India. This tool was developed by the University of Melbourne and is being trialled by PHFI and the Community Health and Global Network (CHGN) Uttarakhand Cluster in India. It is hoped that this tool will inform the development and evaluation of disability programs and policies in India.
  • Collaborative research, academic exchange visits, collaborative teaching and seminars and collaborative association in regional and global forums.
  • US National Institutes of Health Training Program involving faculty and trainees from PHFI, mainly the Centre for Chronic Disease Control (CCDC) to train researchers on global health.
  • Leveraging Australia’s experience to work towards plain packaging of tobacco products in India. This builds on a substantive three-year collaboration between experts in India and Australia.

Public Health at the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health

The Melbourne School of Population and Global Health aims to strengthen the understanding, capacity and services of society to meet population health needs and to improve the quality and equity of health care. The population health approach recognizes that health is a capacity or resource rather than a state, a definition which corresponds more to the notion of being able to pursue one’s goals, to acquire skills and education, and to grow. This broader notion of health recognizes the range of social, economic and physical environmental factors that contribute to health (Public Health Agency of Canada).

Program: Master of Public Health
Location: Melbourne, Victoria
Semester intake: February/March
Duration: 1.5 – 2 years (depending on background of candidate)
Application deadline: While there is no set application deadline for this program, applicants are strongly encouraged to submit their applications a minimum of three months prior to the program’s start date.

PHFI and SDSNEdu Launch Unique Online Course On Global Public Health NewsPr

PHFI and SDSNEdu Launch Unique Online Course On Global Public Health

Business Wire IndiaFree Massive Online Open Course (MOOC) available on the SDSNEdu platform from March 2nd onwards Led by Professor K. Srinath Reddy, President, PHFI and global experts in the field of Public Health.

In a unique partnership to promote comprehensive learning and build awareness about the current challenges in global public health in the context of sustainable development, the Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI), a not–for–profit initiative, working towards a healthier India and the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN), a global initiative of the United Nations have joined hands to launch a free Massive Online Open Course (MOOC) on Global Public Health.The MOOC on Global Public Health is led by Professor K. Srinath Reddy of the Public Health Foundation of India and features a number of prominent international and national experts from the field of Public Health. The course introduces students to the science, practice, and policy environment of global public health, and highlights its centrality in the broader framework of sustainable development.

Professor K. Srinath Reddy, President, Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI) and the lead instructor on the course said, “The SDSNEdu and PHFI MOOC is a unique initiative to bring in best in class knowledge and practice from leading experts on important public health topics and areas that need greater attention, deliberation and intervention. 

He added, “This course has been specially designed to meet the requirements and enhance knowledge of professionals and students in the global context but particularly brings in the perspective of low and middle income countries.  We would like these courses to contribute to the comprehensive understanding of the interdisciplinary field of Public Health, and to encourage a global dialogue on promoting good health for all.”

The course will cover a broad range of topics, starting with an introduction to the basic tenets of public health, and the importance of social determinants. Moving on, the course discusses the global burden of communicable and non-communicable diseases, and highlights the appropriate public health responses. The course also looks into the importance of health systems in promoting the health of populations, and the different methods employed around the world to achieve universality in access to affordable health services of quality. The course also addresses new and emerging issues including environmental change, technologies, and global governance, emphasizing the links to health in each case.

The 10-week course is structured around a series of pre-recorded lectures, readings, quizzes and an interactive discussion forum. Each of these course components can be completed at a time that is convenient for the student.

All students who successfully complete the course requirements will receive a digital certificate of completion signed by Professor K. Srinath Reddy. Students whoparticipate actively on the forum discussions will receive certificates of completion with distinction.

Further details about the course, including the course structure, requirements and syllabus can be found on the website:

https://www.sdsnedu.org/learn/global-public-health-march-2015

For any questions regarding the course, the course team can be contacted at gphmooc@phfi.org

About SDSNedu

SDSNedu is a flagship initiative supported by the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN), It provides high-quality, mass online education in potential collaboration with its 200+ member universities from around the world.  SDSNedu brings together some of the world’s greatest experts on sustainable development – including health, education, climate change, agriculture and other related fields- to offer a comprehensive core curriculum, equipping the next generation of “Sustainable Development Practitioners” to take on the complex challenges facing our planet. All courses are offered online and free of charge. 

About the Public Health Foundation of India:

The Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI) is working towards building a healthier India. It is helping to address the limited institutional and systems capacity in India by strengthening education and training, advancing research and technology and facilitating policy and practice in the area of Public Health.  PHFI is headquartered in New Delhi with national presence through its constituent units of four regional Indian Institutes of Public Health (IIPH), supported by Centres of Applied Research in core public health themes. The Foundation, established in 2006 as a public private initiative, is governed by an independent board comprising of senior government officials, eminent Indian and International academic and leaders, civil society representatives and corporate leaders.  

For more information visit www.phfi.org
 
Details on Global Public Health Course
Course Commencement:  March 02nd
Registration: Open
Website: https://www.sdsnedu.org/learn/global-public-health-march-2015
Duration of Course: 10 weeks
Requirement: Computer and Internet access
 

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