National rural health mission

  title={National rural health mission},
  author={Prasanna Hota},
  journal={The Indian Journal of Pediatrics},
  • P. Hota
  • Published 2006
  • Medicine
  • The Indian Journal of Pediatrics
Effectiveness of a multiple-strategy community intervention to reduce maternal and child health inequalities in Haryana, Nort India
The final author version and the galley proof are versions of the publication after peer review that features the final layout of the paper including the volume, issue and page numbers.
’[We] learned how to speak with love’: a qualitative exploration of accredited social health activist (ASHA) community health worker experiences of the Mobile Academy refresher training in Rajasthan, India
Introduction Mobile Academy is a mobile-based training course for India’s accredited social health activist (ASHA) community health workers (CHW). The course, which ASHAs access by dialling a number
Association of trends in child undernutrition and implementation of the National Rural Health Mission in India: A nationally representative serial cross-sectional study on data from 1992 to 2015
It is suggested that NRHM implementation might be associated with improvement in wasting (acute) rather than stunting (chronic) forms of undernutrition, and strategies to combat undernutrition equitably, especially in high-focus states are needed.
Effectiveness of Learning Package on Weaning Practices among Primipara Mothers
It was revealed that there was significant association between knowledge score with residence and educational level of the primipara mothers in experimental group and weaning practices should be given more weightage for overall growth of the children.
Newborn low birth weight: do socio-economic inequality still persist in India?
It is hypothesized that there is no association between the socio-economic status of the household and the newborn’s LBW in India and programs on maternal health services can be merged with maternal nutrition to bring about an overall decline in the LBW of children in India.
Intimate Labor at Biomedical Frontlines: Situated Knowledges of Female Community Health Workers in the Management of COVID-19 in India
It is argued that an official recognition of the epistemic value of ASHA work would help to overcome the age-old nature/culture dichotomy that informs what counts as valuable, legitimate, formal medical knowledge.
Health policy and federalism in India
  • R. Jeffery
  • Political Science
    Territory, Politics, Governance
  • 2021
ABSTRACT This paper addresses the question of how the position of Indian states in terms of their approach to welfare state policies interacts with the centre–state relationships that characterize
Reflections from a cross-cultural course development and teaching experience delivered primarily by an Indian faculty in the United States
ABSTRACT As study abroad opportunities increase, so too are international teaching exchanges. This article describes the collaborative teaching experience of a course which was jointly developed and
Standard operating procedure for paediatric inpatient care in a public general hospital in rural South India: a quality improvement project
A standard operating procedure (SOP) was formulated referring to the National Rural Health Mission (NRHM), while modifying it to suit available resources and manpower in the hospital and a significant improvement in the quality of care provided was brought.
AI in Global Health: The View from the Front Lines
A critical and ethnographic perspective is offered to inform the design of AI systems that target social impact to identify prominent applications of AI in frontline health, motivations driving this work, stakeholders involved, and levels of engagement with the local context.


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                Maintenance of IDD Lab. at Division level  Establishment of 5 labs @ Rs.50,000/-per lab. -Rs. 2.50 lacs  Maintenance of Labs @ Rs.20,000/-per lab