The School of Health Systems Studies prepares students for managerial roles in the fields of health and hospital administration and carries out high quality social and policy research on a range of health issues with a view to support evidence-based national health policy and programme planning. The School is also involved in designing need-based, health-related interventions and building capacities of health and allied professionals to promote and support research, action, advocacy and policy relevant work on health.
About the Fellowship
The “Knowledge Network project to document programmatic learning from Avahan, the India AIDS Initiative: A Documentation Grant” is led by the Population Council, which is a grantee of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. The project is a consortium of six institutions with research expertise and work in partnership with several state level NGOs implementing Avahan program in the high HIV prevalence states of India. A vast amount of valuable data are available with the Avahan Program implementing partners on access, reach and utilization of services as well as on community mobilization activities and transition of the program to communities. These data sets have been minimally utilized for peer reviewed publications. This project aims to support ONE Post-Doctoral fellow in utilizing and analysing available data sets (including the Avahan data sets) through technical guidance in advanced data analysis, scientific paper writing, and academic publishing.
Ph. D. from a recognized University and degree not older than 7 years 2.
At least one article published in a peer reviewed journal on topics broadly related to HIV/AIDS.
Fellowship Amounts to Rs. 50,000/- per month
Duration: 7 months