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DK Taneja's Health Policies and Programmes in India
Author:  
Bratati Banerjee DPH DNB MNAMS FIPHA FIAPSM
 


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ISBN9789352705924
Edition 16/e
Publish Year2019
Pages610
Size 6.75" X 9.5"
Cover TypePaper Back
With CD/DVD No
Weight (Grams) 885
Key Features
• Very precisely and timely updated.

• Incorporates the latest changes in magnitude of the problems and strategies implemented to control them.

• All data and recent references have been updated.

• Some chapters have been extensively revised with new programmes, policies and reports of various review committees, such as:
? The Chapter on National Health Policy has been completely re-written, according to the new National Health Policy 2017.
? Newly released date of National Family Health Survey 4 (NFHS 4) has been incorporated in the chapter on Demography and Health Information in India.
? In the chapter on National Nutrition Policy, the proposed National Nutrition Mission has been included.
? Several new initiatives for the use of Information Technology in service delivery under the National Health Mission have been described.
? In the chapter on Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child Plus Adolscent Health Programme, immunisation programme has been thoroughly discussed, including Intensified Mission Indradhanush, MR Campaign and details of new vaccines launched.
? National Strategic Plans (NSP) have been formulated for three major communicable disease programmes, viz. NSP 2017-22 for Malaria; NSP 2017-24 for HIV/AIDS and STI; NSP 2017-25 for Tuberculosis.
? National Strategic Plans (NSP) have been formulated for three major communicable disease programmes, viz. NSP 2017-22 for Malaria; NSP 2017-24 for HIV/AIDS and STI; NSP 2017-25 for Tuberculosis.
? Includes details on recently launched NPCB as National Programme for Control of Blindness and Visual Impairment, with changes in the definition of blindness.
? In the chapter on water supply and sanitation, the recently launched mega project of Swachh Bharat Mission (Rural) and Swachh Bharat Mission (Urban) have been discussed

• A great asset for medical students, teachers of community medicine, public health professionals and medical officers in health services.
Target Audience
Medical students, teachers of community medicine, public health professionals and medical officers in health services.
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