Operational Research Programme

Operational Research Programme(2020-2021)

S.NOSTUDYINSTITUTIONPRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR
1Challenges in adopting patient safety measures in secondary and tertiary hospitals in accordance with the National Patient safety implementation frameworkESIC Medical College and PGIMSR, ChennaiDr. Vijayaprasad Gopichandran
2Are antibiotics appropriately used in public health facilities as per the treatment guidelines for Antimicrobial use in common syndromes? (ICMR guidelines 2017)ESIC Medical College and PGIMSR, ChennaiDr. Yuvaraj
3Operational challenges in adopting Biomedical waste management protocols in public health facilitiesDevelopment Solutions, DelhiMr.Ramanathan
4Challenges in effective utilization of 108 emergency ambulance services in the StateMadras Christian College, ChennaiDr. Chinnamuthu
5To identify strengths and gaps in the execution of the TAEI programme in the stateTirunelveli Medical CollegeDr.Pabithadevi
6To identify reasons for poor acceptance of women to undergo screening for cancer cervix and cancer breastTNMGR Medical University, ChennaiDr. Parameswari Srijayanth
7To identify reasons for poor acceptance of women to undergo screening for cancer cervix and cancer breastLEAD-Krea University, ChennaiDr. Sapna Nair

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Operational Research Programme(2021-2022)

S.NOSTUDYINSTITUTIONPRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR
1Strengths and weaknesses of the existing Mental Health programme to reduce suicide rates in Tamil Nadu.Institute of Mental Health (IMH), ICMR-NIE, Schizophrenia Research Foundation India, ChennaiDr. Poornachandrika
2Strengths and weaknesses of the existing Mental Health programme to reduce suicide rates in Tamil Nadu.St. Johns Medical College, BangaloreDr. Nancy Angeline
3Strengths and weaknesses of the existing Mental Health programme to reduce suicide rates in Tamil Nadu.Karur Medical CollegeDr. Murugaraja
4Effect of CoVID-19 on the Incidence and Prevalence of Tuberculosis in Tamil Nadu.JIPMER, PuducherryDr. Palanivel
5Effect of CoVID-19 on the Incidence and Prevalence of Tuberculosis in Tamil Nadu.School of Public Health, SRM – KattangulathurDr. Padma Devi
6Impact of CoVID 19 on Utilisation of Maternal, Reproductive and Child Health (RCH) services among priority districts of TNHSRP*   (*priority districts of TNHSRP are Ariyalur, Ramanathapuram, Theni, Tirunelveli, Thoothukudi, Virudhunagar, Dharmapuri, The Nilgris, Tenskasi and Tiruvannamalai).SAATHII, ChennaiDr. Sathish Kumar
7Impact of CoVID 19 on Utilisation of Maternal, Reproductive and Child Health (RCH) services among priority districts of TNHSRP*   (*priority districts of TNHSRP are Ariyalur, Ramanathapuram, Theni, Tirunelveli, Thoothukudi, Virudhunagar, Dharmapuri, The Nilgris, Tenskasi and Tiruvannamalai).NIRT, ChennaiDr. Muniyandi
8Impact of CoVID 19 on Utilisation of Maternal, Reproductive and Child Health (RCH) services among priority districts of TNHSRP*   (*priority districts of TNHSRP are Ariyalur, Ramanathapuram, Theni, Tirunelveli, Thoothukudi, Virudhunagar, Dharmapuri, The Nilgris, Tenskasi and Tiruvannamalai).Christian Medical College, VelloreDr. Divya Elizabeth Muliyal

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