Public Health Policy and Management (PHPM) program for policy makers
All the physical documentation, an original kit and a photocopy must be submitted to the presidential scholarship office, at which time the Presidential Scholarship Office will process your letter of guarantee, and process the signature of Part II of your Form, then the office will get in touch with you to deliver you a letter of endorsement and Part II of the Form, signed and sealed , and you can then present yourself in a manner digital on a CD, in PDF format all the required documentation to be sent via email.
- Curriculum Vitae in English
- Justification Letter of Justification: of application in English (describe the usefulness and relevance that the ITEC course will bring to your professional career)
Photocopy of personal identification document
Photocopy of American Visa (optional)
Photocopy of Passport
- Letter of recommendation:
Letter of recommendation in English language of the institution where you work
- Study Documents: (each course requires different admission criteria which are available in the course list).
Photocopy of University Degree (it is not a requirement to present it in English)
Photocopy certificate of notes (it is not required to present them in English)
- English language certification (it is available on the ITEC form, submit it with the information requested, signed and stamped by the institution where you studied English)
- Health certificate
Medical certificate (available on the ITEC form, submit it with the requested information, signed and stamped by a doctor)
. Program Objectives
1. To sensitise and equip senior program delegates on appreciating gaps in current global public health scenario and envision future trends in health care management for effective decision making.
2. To showcase the favourable impact of healthy public policy implementation in India on quality of life of its citizens through illustration by relevant case studies.
3. To provide exposure to visiting global delegates to best practices of public health policy and management in India.
4. To explore the opinion of program delegates about the potential of replication of models of best practices in public health management in their country settings
- The Government of India grants 1,200 rupees per day for extra expenses.
- The institute will provide study materials such as books, study guides, welcome kit, etc. If the institute requires the student to purchase additional books, such expense will be covered by the Government of India.
- The Government of India helps in cases of health emergency, as long as they are not chronic diseases, in those cases you must take your medications.
• Health Care Delivery System of India- Focussing on different levels (primary, secondary and tertiary) and types (Allopathic and Complementary and Alternative Medicine) of care. Concept of ‘wellness centres’ in India.
• How ‘Healthy City concept’ can ensure good health- master plan of Chandigarh city with every residential area (sector) as self-contained unit explaining role of good architecture in promoting health of people. The concept of parks and markets in every sector, building designs, people friendly pavements, arterial roads and cycle tracks, pedestrian crossings, drainage, transportation and Swatch Bharat Abhiyan (Clean India Campaign).
• Best practices in hospital like Regional Organ and Tissue Transplant Organisation (ROTTO)- one of the largest organ donation centre; ROKO Cancer Charitable trust with ASHA Jyoti Van, a mobile van to diagnose cancers in community; setting Hospice Care; State of Art accredited laboratories (NABL); Engineering marvels of managing huge biomedical waste and eco-friendly electrification; Pharmacovigilance (monitoring effects of drugs); Effective management of huge patient load in emergency.
• Health promotion at different settings (Health promoting hospital, school, workplace, home)
• Role of Indian culture (folk media etc.), tradition (transcendental meditation and yoga, Faith-based organisation) and philosophy in health.
• Use of user-friendly technology for improving health.
• Action Plan Development for their country based on the learning during the program.
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