Interdisciplinary School of Health Sciences/A.Y. 2020-21
Semester- III semester end exam Nutrition Research Methods and Techniques
SURESH JUNGARIABHAY KUDALEAARTI NAGARKARANGELINE PETER

Semester- III semester end exam Nutrition Research Methods and Techniques

Attempt all questions

Each question carries one mark

Time duration of exam is one hour

 


Semester- III  Semester end exam Integrative Medicine and Public Health
SURESH JUNGARIABHAY KUDALEAARTI NAGARKARGirish Tillu

Semester- III Semester end exam Integrative Medicine and Public Health

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Each question carries one mark

Time duration of exam is one hour

 


Semester-III Semester end exam Health Behaviour
SURESH JUNGARIABHAY KUDALEAARTI NAGARKAR

Semester-III Semester end exam Health Behaviour

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Each question carries one mark

Time duration of exam is one hour and ten minutes

 


Semester-III semester end exam Maternal and Child health
SURESH JUNGARIABHAY KUDALEAARTI NAGARKAR

Semester-III semester end exam Maternal and Child health

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Each question carries one mark

Time duration of exam is one hour and ten minutes

 

Semester-III semester end exam Gender and Health
SURESH JUNGARIABHAY KUDALEAARTI NAGARKAR

Semester-III semester end exam Gender and Health

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Each question carries one mark

Time duration of exam is 30 minutes  


Semester-III Semester end exam Non-communicable diseases
SURESH JUNGARIABHAY KUDALEAARTI NAGARKAR

Semester-III Semester end exam Non-communicable diseases

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Each question carries one mark

Time duration of exam is one hour

 

Integrative Medicine and Public Health
Girish Tillu

Integrative Medicine and Public Health

The course covers an overview of Traditional, Complementary, and Integrative Medicine (TCIM). It introduces the current status of practitioners in India and their interactions with the health system. 

The potentials and challenges of various health systems are studied in the context of public health. 

Nutrition research methods and techniques
ANGELINE PETER

Nutrition research methods and techniques

This enables post graduate students in public health to acquire skills in nutrition research techniques. Applying the principles of nutritional epidemiology  students will learn various nutritional measurements, statistical techniques relevant to these measurements, and tools and softwares that are used in nutritional epidemiology. Ultimately it helps to derive meaning out of these measurements by comparing with standards and deriving inferences. 

Maternal&Child Health and Programmes
AARTI NAGARKAR

Maternal&Child Health and Programmes

This course provides a public health perspective for assessing and meeting the health needs of women, children, adolescents and families. Historical and current principles, programs, policies, and practices related to MCH are examined. The course identifies concerns  and emphasizes not only children’s health but also women’s health beyond their reproductive and parenting roles. This course is supplemented by a course on Gender and Health which brings  the critical social and cultural environmental factors influencing maternal and child health and well-being. 

Health Behaviour
AARTI NAGARKAR

Health Behaviour

  • Health behaviour courses describes the determinants of health behavior and  mechanisms by which determinants can be influenced in order to reach behavior change.

  • The course provides knowledge on factors that influence health behavior in the context of (chronic) illness. 

  • At the end of the course you will learn how the  theories and methods can be used to create health interventions and how to optimally bring health behaviour chnage.  

Gender Issues and Health

Gender Issues and Health

To introduce students to the concept of gender and importance of gender issues in

in public health practice and research and policy planning

Human Genetics
preeti Chavan-Gautam

Human Genetics

Course Objectives:
•To present the fundamentals of human genetics with specific reference to health and disease
• To introduce students to the methods in studying human inheritance
• To provide overview of the mechanism of disease

Noncommunicable Diseases Injuries and control programmes
ABHAY KUDALE

Noncommunicable Diseases Injuries and control programmes

Course objectives

  • To give an understanding of the pathophysiology of major Non-communicable Diseases (NCDs). Classification, clinical manifestations, diagnosis and, treatment.
  • To understand the risk factors for common NCDs, and methods of disease control and health promotion
  • To give an understanding of the pathophysiology of some common mental health problems