FUNDED RESEARCH PROJECTS
The Centre is a new establishment, but the contribution to community health has been a tale of decades for us. Community health is intrinsic to our existence, and our interventions have been generously, and regularly supported by like-minded ones, who have the resources, counting on the expertise and commitment with which we have thrived.
FEW RECENT PROJECTS
|Cancer Prevention and Care Programme
Sir Dorabji Tata Trust
|Shree Krishna Hospital Programme for Advancement of Rural and social health (SPARSH)
||GMM Pfaudler Ltd. & Shamdasani Foundation
|SPARSH - 150
||Sir Dorabji Tata Trust & GMM Pfaudler Ltd.
|Innovation Learning Centre - Dahod Block
||National Health Systems Resource Centre (NHSRC), New Delhi
||GMM Pfaudler Foundation
ON-GOING PROJECT ACTIVITIES
i) Charutar Arogya Mandal (CAM) [currently the sponsoring body of Bhaikaka University] has been implementing the Shree Krishna Hospital Program for Advancement of Rural and Social Health (SPARSH) as a community-based primary healthcare NCD model since the year 2015-16. The program is successful in ensuring control of hypertension and diabetes through treatment adherence among NCD patients and saving their out-of-pocket expenditures.
ii) Innovation Learning Centre (ILC)– This project is funded and supported by National Health Resources Centre (NHSRC), New Delhi. The project aims to handhold the government activities under the implementation of Ayushman Bharat – Health Wellness Centres (HWCs) in Dahod block, Dahod- an aspirational District of Gujarat, India.