Research Work

  • Iron Folic Acid - Directly observed treatment (IFA-DOT) therapy among school going adolescent girls in shimla Distt. Of Himachal Pradesh- study sponsored by Indian Council of Medical Research.
  • "Million Death Study" a Collaborative project with CGHR, Canada for providing mortality statistics by by ICD-10 coding.
  • Center of Excellence of Global fund for AIDS,TB,HIV (GFATM) project for HIV counselors training for North India
  • State Training Resource center of NACO for Targeted interventions (2011-2012)
  • Evaluation of Rashtriya Suraksha BimaYojna (RSBY), Shimla district, Himachal Pradesh, India, 2010-11 - an ICMR Project.
  • Biomedical Solid Waste management practices in Shimla (ICMR)
  • A study of refractive errors & Colour vision of school children in Shimla.
  • Health Profile & Health seeking behavior of older persons in Shimla.
  • Evaluation of PHC's & CHC's of Shimla distt. as per IPHA standards of NRHM
  • Quality of life and burnout issues in HIV counselors of North India
  • Verbal Autopsy as a tool for MMR in Himachal Pradesh.
  • Psychiatric morbidity/co-morbidity among patients attending primary health care facilities, Mandi District, Himachal Pradesh, India.
  • Temperature monitoring of the vaccine cold chain for assessing the level of freezing in Indian states - a multi-centric study sponsored by UNiCEF Publication

List of scientific publications of last five years

  • Condom Promotion programme among slum dwellers in Chandigarh. Public Health 2005 May; 119(5) 382-4
  • Prevalence of RTIs among women of reproductive age group in Shimla city. (IJCM Jan; 31 (1) : 15-17
  • The prevalence of RTI and STD among married women in the reproductive age group in Rural area.(IJCM: Jan-March 2009)
  • Role of intensive training in strengthening the skills of HIV councilors for imparting quality of ICTC Services.Indian J Community Medicine,Jul-Sep; 2009.
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