Public Health Foundation of India                      Prof. Sanjay Zodpey       Vice President, Public Health Foundation ...
PHFI was launched in 2006 post multi-stakeholder consultations                                                 To strength...
PHFI: MandatePHFI has a mandate to strengthen the public health capacity in India by :• Establishing a network of new Indi...
The charter covers three main areas           Three Core Areas           Integrated activities            Helping build   ...
PHFI governed by an empowered and eminent global board  PHFI Board ‘Executive Committee’                Mr. N R Narayana M...
Partnering with range of national and international organizations                                                         ...
Setting up Indian Institutes of Public Health (IIPH) in partnershipwith State Governments                                 ...
Strong academic and research platforms been built so far so far              Strong academic and research platforms been b...
PHFI ACADEMIC PROGRAMSREGULAR              DISTANCE EDUCATION•   PGDPHM           • PGDPHN•   PGDBDM           • PGDEPI•  ...
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SCALING UP OF PHFI INSTITUTIONS AND                         ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES     2008-2009             2009-2010       ...
Training programs for skill and competence building                                                                       ...
Certificate Course in Evidence Based Diabetes               Management (CCEBDM)• The course is a joint certificate program...
Objectives - CCEBDM    To develop core skills andcompetencies in primary care physicians for the practice of     evidence ...
Cycle I launched on 8th Aug, 2010         Cycle II launched on 11th Dec, 2011  18 states                             19 st...
Research across range of areas    Policy & Programme relevant research                  Strong base of research projects S...
Major Research / Project Grants (Illustrative)• More than 150 research projects• Donors include Bill and Melinda Gates Fou...
8/30/2012   19                 |   19
Several reports, papers and publications                                                            EXAMPLES              ...
Centers of Research & Excellence in priority areas    Functioning Centers                           Proposed Centers      ...
• IOM BOARD              |   22
Aiding policy development & review in multiple areas                                   Health           Health in         ...
PHFI advancing the agenda of Universal Health Coverage                              To develop a comprehensive plan for he...
Focus on Health Communication Health Communication division Involved in public health education, programmes and initiative...
Initiative on Health Systems Support Focus of the Health Systems Support Unit ▪ Testing of new interventions and implement...
Initiative on Affordable Health Technologies   8/30/2012                                   27                             ...
Few of our other/linked sites  www.healthyindia.org.in          www.ctchp.org  http://publichealthglobal.org/   www.uhc-in...
To know more, visit               www.phfi.org            Working towards a healthier India8/30/2012                      ...
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Public Health Foundation of India

  1. 1. Public Health Foundation of India Prof. Sanjay Zodpey Vice President, Public Health Foundation of India Director, Public Health Education, PHFI Director, Indian Institute of Public Health, Delhi 28th August, 20128/30/2012 1 | 1
  2. 2. PHFI was launched in 2006 post multi-stakeholder consultations To strengthen public health system in India by building public health institutional capacity A Public private partnership, set up as an independent foundation. Registered as a Society With initial funding from government, international foundations (BMGF), private/other Launched by the Prime Minister of India, organisations Dr. Manmohan Singh in March 2006 | 2
  3. 3. PHFI: MandatePHFI has a mandate to strengthen the public health capacity in India by :• Establishing a network of new Indian Institutes of Public Health (IIPHs)• Assisting the growth of existing public health training institutions/departments• Establishing a strong national research network• Generating policy recommendations & developing a vigorous advocacy platform• Facilitating creation of an accreditation body for public health education in India | 3
  4. 4. The charter covers three main areas Three Core Areas Integrated activities Helping build Education public health human Building resources capacity Training platforms for informed knowledge in Research public health Advancing research for effective policies and Institutes programs Policy & Networks Advocacy Collaborations Technical Setting Helping strengthen assistance standards of health systems – from Health excellence demand and supply Communication side Affordable Health Technologies | 4
  5. 5. PHFI governed by an empowered and eminent global board PHFI Board ‘Executive Committee’ Mr. N R Narayana Murthy Managed by a Chairman PHFI strong academic and management team led by Representation from multiple constituencies Prof. K. Srinath Reddy - government International President, PHFI Government of India/ Development Partners Ministry of Health & Family Welfare Civil society groups & Individuals Eminent Indian & international academic/ Industry/ Corporate scientific leaders leaders In addition to the PHFI Board, each Indian Institute of Public Health (IIPH) has a locally configured advisory council to provide more frequent direction 8/30/2012 5 | 5
  6. 6. Partnering with range of national and international organizations EXAMPLESAcademic & Research Government, Bi lateral & Private Sector & InternationalOrganizations Multi lateral Agencies Foundations 8/30/2012 6 | 6
  7. 7. Setting up Indian Institutes of Public Health (IIPH) in partnershipwith State Governments • Four functioning Indian Institutes of Public Health. Fifth one planned Delhi • Interlinked Institutes as Meghalaya regional hubs for teaching, reaching and practice in Madhya Pradesh public health Gujarat Orissa • Multiple collaborating institutions - regional Andhra (e.g. State Institutes of Pradesh Health & Family Welfare), national and global | 7
  8. 8. Strong academic and research platforms been built so far so far Strong academic and research platforms been built OVERVIEW ▪ 4 operational Indian Institutes of Public Health (IIPH); 5th upcomingEducation ▪ On-campus Diploma Courses; Distance Learning Programs; MPH to be launched ▪ 68 Full Time Faculty; 41 Adjunct; 21 visiting ▪ Multiple academic partnerships with Indian & International Institutions ▪ 100+ programs, 12000+ person trainings; 55,000 +person training daysTraining ▪ Linkage with key national health programs e.g. NHRM, NVBDCP ▪ Delivered through IIPH network & government institutions centers ▪ Emerging partnerships with private sector (e.g. certificate course in diabetes) ▪ 150+ research grants – national and international sponsorsResearch ▪ 350+ technical Staff; 80+ PhD or equivalent (also adjunct faculty) ▪ 4 Centers of Excellence active ; several more proposed ▪ 650+ publications; 150+ conference papers/abstractsHealth systems/ ▪ Engaging with States on health systems – infection control etc.Communication/ ▪ Technical support for HLEG, Planning Commission of India on UHCPolicy ▪ Shaping Tobacco Control policy, Initiatives in MCH, Infectious diseases, HIV
  9. 9. PHFI ACADEMIC PROGRAMSREGULAR DISTANCE EDUCATION• PGDPHM • PGDPHN• PGDBDM • PGDEPI• PGDHEP • PGDHPTC• PGDCR
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  11. 11. SCALING UP OF PHFI INSTITUTIONS AND ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 2011-2012 IIPH Gandhinagar IIPH IIPH Gandhinagar IIPH- Gandhinagar PGDPHM Gandhinagar PGDPHM PGDPHM PGDPHM IIPH- Hyderabad IIPH- Hyderabad IIPH- Hyderabad IIPH- Hyderabad PGDBDM PGDBDM PGDBDM PGDBDM PGDPHM PGDPHM PGDPHM IIPH- Delhi IIPH- Delhi IIPH- Delhi IIPH- Delhi PGDHEP PGDHEP PGDHEP PGDHEP PGDPHM PGDPHM PGDPHM PGDCR PGDCR PGDCR PGDPHN-DL PGDPHN-DL PGDPHM-SIHMC, PGDEPI-DL Gwalior* PGDPHM-SIHMC, Gwalior* IIPH- Bhubaneswar IIPH- Bhubaneswar PGDPHM PGDPHM* Technical support from Public Health Foundation of India for PGDPHM
  12. 12. Training programs for skill and competence building OVERVIEW Training areas Range of constituencies ▪ Nutrition ▪ Government health services (e.g: IDSP, NVBDCP ▪ Public Health Management and AYUSH) ▪ Diabetes Management ▪ Private sector health professionals ▪ Research Skills & Methods ▪ Public health practitioners ▪ Village Health and Sanitation ▪ Academic researchers ▪ Health Promotion ▪ Non-government organizations ▪ Hospital and Infection Control ▪ Civil society advocates ▪ Policy makers Training programmes (examples) ▪ Short term training on Monitoring & Evaluation of Public Health Programmes ▪ ‘Certificate Course In Evidence Based Diabetes Management’ for training primary care physicans with ultimate objective to improve patient outcomes (2000+ participants) ▪ Induction training to the district VBD consultants in management of Malaria and Kala Azar ▪ Regional workshop on Monitoring & Evaluation of HIV and AIDS Program | 13
  13. 13. Certificate Course in Evidence Based Diabetes Management (CCEBDM)• The course is a joint certificate program between Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI) and Dr. Mohan’s Diabetes Education Academy (DMDEA), Chennai.• DMDEA is a unit of Dr. Mohans Diabetes Specialties Centre (DMDSC); an International Diabetes Federation (IDF) Centre of Diabetes Education for the period 2009-2012.• The program is being coordinated and delivered on a PAN- India level by PHFI.• The program is supported by an educational grant by MSD Pharmaceuticals Private Limited. | 14
  14. 14. Objectives - CCEBDM To develop core skills andcompetencies in primary care physicians for the practice of evidence based diabetes management. To establish networks between primary care physicians and existing specialized diabetes care centers in India for improving patient outcomes in Diabetes care | 15
  15. 15. Cycle I launched on 8th Aug, 2010 Cycle II launched on 11th Dec, 2011 18 states 19 states, 1 UT 15 National Experts 57 Cities 15 National Experts 65 Cities 149 Regional Faculty100 Centers 128 Regional Faculty 119 Centers 84 Observers 61 Observers 1568 Participants 1208 Participants 16
  16. 16. Research across range of areas Policy & Programme relevant research Strong base of research projects Strong focus on health systems and policy areas/topics (including health policy, economics & financing, 150+ research projects human resources, operational research, evaluations) More than 650 publications; 35 books and book chapters Collaborations with Epidemiology • Foundations/Research Agencies e.g. Wellcome Trust, NIH,BMGF, MacArthur Foundation, Rockefeller Health Population systems and health and • Bilateral/multilateral agencies such policy health promotion as WHO, USAID, DFID, Norway Determinants Government of health • Government agencies as well as state governments of Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Delhi, Chhattisgarh, Orissa, Gujarat, UP | 17
  17. 17. Major Research / Project Grants (Illustrative)• More than 150 research projects• Donors include Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Wellcome Trust, National Institutes ofHealth, MOHFW etc. Major Projects and Grants Donor Grant Value Strengthening Of Tobacco Control Efforts Through Innovative Bill & Melinda Gates $ 5.3 million Partnerships And Strategies (STEPS) Foundation Developing Case Studies Of Innovations In Public Health For McArthur Foundation $ 500,000 Competency Strengthening And Advocacy (Future Faculty) Capacity Building Grant Wellcome Trust £ 5 million South Asia Network for Chronic Diseases Wellcome Trust £ 4.5 million Center of Excellence for Cardiovascular & Pulmonary Diseases NIH $ 3 million Advocacy and Health Communication for Maternal and Child Bill & Melinda Gates $ 2.3 million Health Foundation Assessing And Supporting Norway India Partnership Initiative Norwegian Ministry of Foreign $724,000 (NIPI) Interventions Affairs Developing Case Studies Of Innovations In Public Health For McArthur Foundation $ 500,000 Competency Strengthening And Advocacy 18
  18. 18. 8/30/2012 19 | 19
  19. 19. Several reports, papers and publications EXAMPLES Paper on Chronic Non- Communicable Diseases in India (2011) Report on ‘Evaluation of Special Care Newborn Units in eight districts in India’Lancet Special Series On Study on impact of publicly‘Health Care In India (2011) financed health insurance schemes on financial risk protection (2012) | 20
  20. 20. Centers of Research & Excellence in priority areas Functioning Centers Proposed Centers Maternal & Child Health Tribal Health Mental Health Environment and Health Infectious Diseases The South Asia Centre for Disability Inclusive Development & Research (SACDIR) Health Informatics Health Systems Research The Ramalingaswami Centre for Social Determinants of Health | 21
  21. 21. • IOM BOARD | 22
  22. 22. Aiding policy development & review in multiple areas Health Health in Tobacco Literacy- human rights Control ICDS, Mental and child Policy Health rights Allied Health Universal Health Services Health Professional (project Coverage Education partner to MoH&FW) Combating Review of Infection AIDS/HIV programmes- Control with NACO Polio, NRHM Practices | 23
  23. 23. PHFI advancing the agenda of Universal Health Coverage To develop a comprehensive plan for health in India, the Planning Commission of India under approval by the Prime Minister, constituted the High Level Expert Group (HLEG) on Universal Health Coverage (UHC) Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI) appointed as the Technical Secretariat. President PHFI as the Chair Mandate to develop a framework for providing easily accessible and affordable health care to all Indians and suggesting a 10-year strategy going forward. The report was submitted in November, 2011 PHFI involved in health sector policy discussions around healthcare financing, medicines, delivery, hu man resources, community involvement | 24
  24. 24. Focus on Health Communication Health Communication division Involved in public health education, programmes and initiatives, training and research in consonance with National and State Health programmes and Projects (Examples) community needs. ▪ HealthyIndia website (www.healthyindia.org.in), in partnership with Ministry of Health & Family Welfare ▪ Implementing a pilot awareness campaign on mental health in ten selected districts of India (on behalf of the National Mental Health Programme, MoH&FW) 8/30/2012 25 | 25
  25. 25. Initiative on Health Systems Support Focus of the Health Systems Support Unit ▪ Testing of new interventions and implementation approaches ▪ Innovative monitoring (range-depth & quality) ▪ Inter-sectoral convergence ▪ Capacity building Projects (Examples) ▪ National Initiative for Allied Health Services (NIAHS) ▪ Programmes for Improving Infection Control and Patient Safety ▪ Contributor to the 4th Common Review Mission of the National Rural Health Mission 8/30/2012 26 | 26
  26. 26. Initiative on Affordable Health Technologies 8/30/2012 27 | 27
  27. 27. Few of our other/linked sites www.healthyindia.org.in www.ctchp.org http://publichealthglobal.org/ www.uhc-india.org | 28
  28. 28. To know more, visit www.phfi.org Working towards a healthier India8/30/2012 29 | 29

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