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Community Medicine

Background History

The Department of Community Medicine deals with one of the core subject in 3rd Minor phase of MBBS course. Community Medicine subject is taught in 1st, 2nd and 3rd Minor phase of MBBS course. One-year compulsory rotatory Internship training of the interns is an essential component of the department. One of five and half years of MBBS course, students are attached to Community Medicine department for four and half years till the completion of Internship. Department holds the Hippocratic Oath swearing ceremony for graduating doctors of this prestigious Twin Institute.
Community Medicine is a branch of Medicine essentially dealing with healthcare issues that effect entire community. It is concerned with the study of the history and life cycle of a particular disease in a population. It studies the influence of the environment on health, the influence of the lifestyle on health and prevention of disease at the community level. Strategies for prevention and control of all the health problems are designed by experts in the field of Community Medicine. Planning, Organization and Administration of health care services is also an important role of Community Medicine experts.
Major activities of the department are Teaching, Training, Health care services and Research.
Courses run are Undergraduate- MBBS, BPTh, BOTh, BPMT, Nursing GNM, Postgraduate- MD (Community Medicine), PhD, Fellowship in Prevention and control of Infectious diseases.
The Department of Preventive and Social Medicine now known as Community Medicine at Seth G.S. Medical College was first established in 1959 with Dr. D.N. Pai as its first head. The Urban Health Centre was started at Malvani in 1978 for comprehensive health services.

Heads of the Department:

Sr No.

Head of the Department



Dr. Datta N.Pai



Dr. Mrs. Vijaya R. Bhalerao



Dr. Mrs. Parimala S. Subramanian



Dr. R.R. Shinde



Dr. Gajanan D. Velhal

2018 to 2022


Dr Vijaykumar Singh

2022 to till date

Important Milestones:




Separate Department of Preventive and Social Medicine established at GSMC


Dr. D.N. Pai, then Professor & Head of the department received “Padmashree” award for his exemplary work in the field of Family Planning.


PSM was identified as a separate subject for full question paper in MBBS course


Malvani Urban Health Centre was established


Naigaon was adopted as a field practice area under the department


First conference of Mumbai branch of IAPSM was hosted by the department


General OPD services under the department, started at KEM Hospital


Recognition of the department for PhD studies under MUHS


Affiliation of Rural Health Training centers- Khadavli, Pise & Sakwar


Department hosted Joint conference of MCIAPSM (17th) and Mumbai branch of MCIAPSM (3rd)


Office of MCIAPSM was located in the department under President ship of Dr. R. R. Shinde


Yellow Fever Vaccination OPD and Palliative care OPD started under aegis of the department


16th January 2021- covid vaccination centre started.
Fellowship in prevention and control of infectious disease started-2021


NCD corner started on 6th September 2022.
Screening for Oral and Breast Cancer started as a part of General OPD Services.

Recent Achievements under the current Professor and Head,

Dr. Vijaykumar Singh:

  • Operational Yellow fever centre
  • Oral and Cancer screening in General OPD
  • Functional Under-five and Geriatric OPD services in Community
  • Functional Urban heath Training center
  • Functional NCD screening corner
  • Functional Rural Health training centre


  • To emerge as a centre of excellence in teaching, training, services, research and health management in the domain of Community Medicine and Public health.
  • To create a cadre of competent professionals having skills & abilities to evolve innovative health Policies and Programs for Community development at National & International level.


  • We, as a department, collectively and diligently strive to achieve the goals and objectives of the department and utilize our professional expertise for planning, co ordination and implementation of quality academic programs, to develop community health/ public health professionals in compliance with the directives of the MCI (Medical Council of India) and MUHS (Maharashtra University of Health Sciences)
  • We recognize that, health is a medium of socio-economic development and that primary health care with an epidemiological approach is the key to ensure holistic health care.
  • We adopt & practice the principles of modern management and Medical Education Technology to impart quality medical education and provide an empowering learning environment, to evolve Leadership in Public health Management in students/ trainees who will influence health policies, programs and collaborative partnerships at National & International levels.

We Believe in We all faculties, staff members & resident doctors in Department of Community Medicine believe in

  • Excellence in teaching Community Medicine
  • Persistent efforts towards capacity building
  • Advocacy for Knowledge- Action- Impact pathway
  • Promotion of Community Participation
  • Evolving cadre of Public Health managers
  • Activism in delivering Primary Health care
  • In built quality in Health care services including Gender sensitivity
  • Strengthening research in Community/ Public health
  • Working together to achieve these goals

Contact us

 Department of Community Medicine

+91 (22) 24107484

Professor & Head (Dr.Vijaykumar Singh)

+91 (22) 24107074


+91 (22) 24107714

IDSP (Control Room)

+91 (22) 24107840

General OPD

+91 (22) 24107319

Malvani Urban Health Center

+91 (22) 28881174

Recent Activity

NCD corner
Under the leadership of our HOD Dr. VijayKumar Singh Sir and our constant source of inspiration our Dean Dr. Sangeeta Ravat madam, Department of Community Medicine and Internal Medicine are happy announce opening of Non Communicable Disease CORNER for opportunistic Screening of Diabetes and Hypertension.
This corner is established as brainchild of Dr. Sanjeev Kumar sir  Hon. Addl. Municipal Comissioner (Health).
Venue: Opposite Gate no. 2,  Near OPD no. 16.
Timing: Monday to Friday 9.00 am to 4.00 pm
Saturday: 9.00 am to 12.30 pm

Community Activities

Naigaon Health Centre: n order to carry out teaching and training of undergraduate medical students, interns and residents doing Diploma/MD Community Medicine) in community work, a health centre has been established by PSM Department in Naigaon area which is about 1 k.m. from the parent institute Through Naigaon Health Centre, comprehensive health services like Under five clinic, Medical relief, IEC activities etc. are conducted for training medical students.

Malvani Health Centre (Malad West):An Urban Health has been established by PSM Department at Malvani to offer comprehensive health care services to about 1.1 lakh poor and needy people living in slum/slum like areas. The centre is located about 34 kms from the parent institute. In addition to providing health services to slum population, the Urban Health Centre also provides practical training to interns, post graduate students (Diploma/MD in PSM), student nurses from L.T. College of Nursing, Bhagwati Hospital,Cooper Hospital etc. Various research project related to community health are also undertaken at the UHC, Malvani population.
Following activities are carried out at M.H.C:

  • Antenatal Clinic
  • Postnatal Clinic
  • Family Planning Services
  • Underfive Clinic services
  • Immunisation clinic
  • School Health services
  • Gynaec. Services
  • TB clinic
  • Leprosy clinic.
  • Dental and ophthalmic clinic .
  • STI/RTI Clinic.
  • Link ART Center.
  • Health post.

Child to child programme was developed at MHC and is accepted as one of the effective methods of health education internationally.

General OPD and Immunisation OPD

The General OPD in KEM Hospital was started by the PSM Dept. by Dr. P. Subramanian under leadership of the then Dean, Dr. P Pai in the year 1993. It is now running in its 30th year.
The OPD is currently located on the 1st floor of the new multi-storied building. The GOPD is functional daily from 8.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. with the registration of cases going on from 8.30 to 11.30 a.m. All patients visiting the hospital are screened by this OPD and then if required are referred to the speciality OPDs. Cases like TB, Malaria, Diarrhoea, URTI, LRTI, HT are treated here.
The immunization OPD session starts at 1:30 pm and goes on upto 3:30 pm.
There are 4 counters here:-

  • Registration counter
  • Prescription room
  • Injection room
  • Counselling

Children in the age group of 1 day to 5 years are immunized against selected vaccine preventable diseases as per the immunisation schedule adopted by the MCGM health dept.
(Polio, Tuberculosis, Diphtheria, Pertussis, Tetanus, Hemophilus influenza Measles, Mumps, Rubella, Rotavirus and Hepatitis B.)

Integrated Disease Surveillance Project (IDSP)</h4>

The Directorate of Health Services, Maharashtra State has taken the initiative to develop a decentralized district based disease surveillance programme in the state. The Public Health System is expected to detect early warning signals of impending outbreaks and help initiate an effective response in a timely manner. Integrated Disease Surveillance Project is a five- year project that will be coordinated by the centre and implemented by the states, districts and communities. The programme envisages the use of modern Information Technology to facilitate transfer of information. IDSP project is launched in the state on 21st June 2005.
In accordance with the State directives, Dept. of PSM, Seth G S Medical College & KEM Hospital became participant in the IDSP and a sub district surveillance unit (SDSU) was established.
Services Provided by SDSU in KEMH

  • Diagnostic services for priority diseases
  • Treatment services
  • Follow-up services including community surveillance.


The department of Preventive & Social Medicine at Seth G.S. Medical College and K.E.M. Hospital has developed the ‘Rural Health Training Centre’ (R.H.T.C.) at Khadavli PHC, Thane district.
The other two rural centres are at Sakwar and Pise Panjrapur. Sakwar is located at a distance of about 82 kilometres from Mumbai on the Western Express (Mumbai – Ahmedabad) Highway No. 8. It is about 10 kilometres North of Virar in the Vasai taluka. The centre is conducting its activities on a spacious land admeasuring 8 acres, leased by the Government of Maharashtra.
In 2004, the Department started regular residential postings of Postgraduate Residents and Interns to provide the basic health services to the tribal population of Sakwar and the Rural Health Training Centre in its present form took shape. This is a unique collaboration between a Municipal Hospital, an N.G.O., and the Rural Government Health Services.
Currently PG residents are posted at Khadavli PHC, Sakwar and at Pise Panjrapur.


The medical social worker section of the department constitutes an important supportive section, the activities of which have been integrated within the teaching, training & research programmes of the department.


Patient Education Centre (PEC) / Information Education Communication (IEC) cell was started by Department of Preventive & Social Medicine in the year 2002 during the Platinum Jubilee Year of the Twin Institute. The initial funding was provided by Pandit Foundation, subsequently supported by the institute after evaluation.
It is well known fact that educating patients bring about better and faster healing. It gives a treatment a better chance. Patient education is necessary and useful for each and every disease and for every stage of disease.
PEC has created digital posters about various diseases in Marathi and Hindi and Gujarati that can be put up in the wards, OPDs, corridors. These posters are in simple language, with lot of coloured school posters and photographs for easy understanding. These are made in digital prints in different sizes as per the requirement.
Activities of the Patient Education Centre:

  • Creating Health Educational Material
  • Posters
  • Pamphlets and Booklets
  • Creating Health Education and training material for NGOs and other agencies working in the fieldof health.
  • Displaying the scroll boards with general information.
  • Organising Health Talks
  • Organising Exhibitions In the community
  • Teaching and training in Communication
  • Conducting Community Health programmes.

Undergraduate teaching, training and research.

Undergraduate students of all the three years of MBBS are posted with the department for fixed durations for training in the subject. This is achieved through didactic lectures, practicals, demonstrations, tutorials, seminars and most unique of all, visits to institutes of public health importance like the Central Labour Institute and rural health training centre.

Postgraduate teaching, training and research.

The duration of the course in the subject is of three years for the MD and two years for the Diploma in Public Health. During the period each student is posted at the department, the Malwani Urban Health Centre, Kasturba hospital for infectious diseases and the Rural Health Training Centres by rotation.
The teaching also involves daily PG teaching activities including a university seminar on Saturdays. The students also undertake a research project /dissertation during this period and make presentations of small research projects at conferences.

Internship training.

The internship training programme is of one year duration. During this period an intern is posted at various departments of the hospital as per the university guidelines. They are also posted at peripheral hospitals, urban health centre Malwani and centres for rural training.

Yellow Fever Vaccination OPD:

Yellow Fever Vaccination OPD is functional in KEM Hospital since 26th March 2019. It is one of the six Government of India authorized centre in Mumbai. It is run under the Department of Community Medicine, Seth G.S. Medical College & KEM Hospital.
The Yellow Fever Vaccination OPD is located in Multi-storeyed Building, 1st Floor, OPD No. 10.
Days: Tuesday & Thursday
Timings: 1.30 pm to 3.00 pm
Vaccinations given: Yellow Fever vaccine and Oral Polio Vaccine
Fees: Yellow Fever Vaccine: Rs. 300 per dose, Oral Polio Vaccine: No charges

Nodal Officers:

Dr. Sangeeta Ravat
Dean (GSMC & KEMH)

Dr. Vijaykumar Singh (Nodal Officer)
Professor and Head

Dept. of Community Medicine

Dr. Janardhan Bandi
Associate Professor

Dept. of Community Medicine

Dr. Deepika Sadawarte
Assistant Professor
Dept. of Community Medicine
The procedure for Yellow Fever Vaccination:

  • The vaccination services are provided on the first come first served basis.
  • The registration system is followed to maintain the first come first served system.
  • At time of registration, the Travel Document (ORIGINAL PASSPORT) is checked and all the beneficiaries are instructed to read the necessary information regarding Yellow Fever Vaccination displayed in the registration / waiting area.
  • The beneficiaries are informed to keep the Travel Document (ORIGINAL PASSPORT) and the vaccination fee Rs.300/- with them at the time of vaccination.
  • All the beneficiaries are instructed to wait in the waiting area and the beneficiaries are called for vaccination in batches.
  • All the beneficiaries are informed and allowed to read about the side effects / adverse reactions and other related information about Yellow Fever Vaccination.
  • The informed consent is taken from all the beneficiaries.
  • The entries are filled up in the vaccination register from Travel Document & subsequently the fee of Rs.300 is collected and the receipt for the same is given to beneficiaries.
  • The beneficiaries are directed to complete the entries related to vaccine in WHO Yellow Fever Vaccination card and directed for vaccine inoculation.

Palliative care OPD:

Palliative Care OPD was inaugurated on 4th April 2019 by Dr Hemant Deshmukh, Dean, Seth G.S. Medical College by lighting the lamp with Dr Nadkar,  Academic Dean and Professor & Head, Department of Medicine, Dr Gajanan Velhal, Professor and Head, Department of Community Medicine. Dr Jayita Deodhar, Professor & Head, Department of Palliative Medicine, Tata Memorial Hospital also graced the occasion. Matron and Prinicipal School of Nursing also attended the inauguration. Faculty from Community Medicine and Occupational Therapy department also participated in the programme. Palliative care OPD is operational since 4th April 2019 by Department of Community Medicine in collaboration with Department of General Medicine at Seth G.S.Medical College & KEM Hospital, every Thursday morning, from 10 am to 12.30 pm at multi-storeyed building 1st floor OPD No 10.
Patients having chronic conditions with symptom burden such as pain, breathlessness, chronic non-healing wounds, delirium etc, and/or psycho-social concerns, who require discussions on insights of patient’s illness and long term planning, can attend this OPD.
The key personnel’s for this OPD are:
Dr. Mridula Solanki, Associate Professor, Community Medicine, Dr. Kaustubh Salagre, Associate Professor, General  Medicine, Dr. Sujata Lavangare, Assistant Professor, Community Medicine and Mr. Vijay Jawlekar , MSW





Teaching experience


Dr Vijaykumar Singh

Professor & Head


34 years 2 months

Dr. K. P. Bhate



Dr. Y. B. Chavan

Professor (Addl)


32 years 2 months

Dr. S. M. Acharya

Professor (Addl)


28 years 4 months

Dr. M. J. Solanki

Professor (Addl)


34 years 1 month

Dr. Swati Deshpande

Assoc. Professor


24 years 8 months

Dr Janardan Bandi

Assoc. Professor


17 years 1 month

Dr. Sujata Lavangare

Assoc. Professor (Addl.)


17 years 9 months

Dr. Aftab Siddiqui

Assistant Professor


23 years 6 months

Dr. Milind Rasal

Assistant Professor


15 years 4 months

Mr. Pratap Jadhav

Assistant Professor (Statistics & Demography)

BSc Maths
MSc Statistics

11 years 7 months

Dr. Amit Bhondve

Assistant Professor


8 years 4 months

Dr. Sandeep Mishra

Assistant Professor


4 years 11 months

Dr. Rupali Sabale

Assistant Professor


14 years 7 months

Dr. Deepika Sadawarte

Assistant Professor


7 years 7 months

Dr. Anuradha Mohapatra

Assistant Professor (Contractual)


5 years

Dr. Ambika Bhaskar

Assistant Professor (Contractual)


1 year 1 month

Dr. Ashwini Sapkal

Assistant Professor(Contractual)


1 year 1 month

Dr. Shruti Shastri

Assistant Professor(Contractual)


5 years

Office staff



Mr. Vijay Jawlekar

Community Development Officer (CDO)

Mr. Akshay Karhadkar


Mr. Shrikant Laulkar


Mrs. Kalyani Jadhav

MPW ( Contractual , NCD corner )

Mr. Amit Sonawane


Ms. Amrapali Sonkamble


Mrs Kirti Jadhav

Sweeper (Contractual)

Mr. Umesh Mohite

Daily wage Employee (Contractual)

Staff at Malvani Urban Health Center, Malad



Mrs. Shweta Patil

Public Health Nurse (PHN)

Mr. Ravindra Dabhade

Community Development Officer (CDO)

Mr. Naresh Jadhav

Laboratory Technician

Mr. Nilesh Sankhe

Laboratory Technician

Mr. Yogesh Shah


Mr. Vishnu More

Ward Boy

Mr. Kiran Ghadge

Ward Boy

Mr. Mohsin Shaikh


Mrs. Shweta Shrungarpure


Research Publication:

  • Wadekar, A. A., Singh, V. S., Chowdhury, S. K., & Chape, M. M. (2021). Knowledge and practices of universal safety precautions among interns and first year resident doctors in a tertiary care hospital. International Journal of Community Medicine And Public Health, 8(7), 3363–3370.
  • Singh NV, Singh V, Chowdhury SK. A cross sectional study to assess factors related to exclusive breast feeding practice among mothers of infants aged six months or less admitted in pediatric wards at tertiary care hospital. Int J Community Med Public Health 2021;8:3336-40.
  • Acharya S, Palkar A, Sayed AP, Setia MS. Retrospective cohort analysis of survival of children living with HIV/AIDS in Mumbai, India. BMJ Open. 2021 Sep 13;11(9):e050534. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2021-050534. PMID: 34518268; PMCID: PMC8438856.
  • Acharya S, Parthasarathy M, Palkar A, Keskar P, Setia MS. Barriers for Antiretroviral Therapy Adherence and Viral Suppression in Members of the Key Population in Mumbai, India: Implications for Interventions. Indian J Dermatol. 2021 Jul-Aug;66(4):378-385. doi: 10.4103/ijd.IJD_640_20. PMID: 34759396; PMCID: PMC8530040.
  • Kembhavi RS, Velhal GD, Shah AK. Epidemiological determinants of Leptospirosis in rural and urban districts of Maharashtra, India. Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care 2021;10:3361-7
  • Bhaskar AR, Solanki MJ. Supervision and monitoring to assess quality of outreach immunization sessions in a rural area using a checklist. International Journal of Community Medicine and Public Health. May 2020; Vol 7-5: p 1950-1953
  • Palanichamy M, Solanki MJ. Infant and child feeding index and nutritional status of children aged 6 to 24 months in a metropolitan city. Journal of Family medicine and Primary care. January 2021; Vol 10-1: p 175-181
  • Hadaye RS, Shastri S, Salagre S. Effect of yoga intervention in the management of hypertension: A preventive trial. Int J Prev Med 2021;12:55
  • Sapkal A, Deshpande S, Comparison of adverse events following immunization before and after introduction of pentavalent vaccine in children in an urban area: A retrospective study. International Journal of Advanced Community Medicine, 2020; 3(1):140-143
  • Sapkal A, Deshpande S, Factors influencing addiction in female population of an urban slum area. IJRMS, 2020 Mar; 8(3):1-4
  • Tiwari S, Deshpande S, A study to assess the effect of stressful life events on psychological distress levels of participants living in an urban area. JFMPC, 2020 Jun; 9(6):2730-2735
  • Pathak B, Deshpande S, Mecca R, Magnitude and Gender specific circumstances of depression among elderly population residing in urban slum area of a city in Maharashtra – A mixed method study. IJPH, 2020 Oct-Dec; 64(4):405-408
  • Deshpande S, Shastri S, A cross-sectional study to evaluate teaching skills of postgraduate medical students using component skill approach in microteaching. JEHP, 2020 Dec; Vol 9:362-366
  • Sabale R, Pathak BG, Manapurath RM. Utilizing “Positive deviance inquiry” to explore factors influencing child health: A qualitative study. J Edu Health Promot 2021;10:354
  • Shah AK, Raul MU. (RE) currences in COVID‑19: (RE)‑activation or (RE)‑infection? J Fam Med Prim Care. 2021;10:1525–9.
  • Bhondve A, Saurabha U. Pattern of drug utilization at community geriatric outpatient department attached to a tertiary hospital. J Indian AcadGeriatr. 2020;16(4):156
  • Bhondve AS, Ingawale SM, Rajapurkar ND. COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy and its determinants among health-care workers and non-health-care workers: An online survey in India. J Clin Sci Res [Internet]. 2021
  • DrWasekar.S.A,DrLavangare S.R, Study of prevalence and risk factors of cataract among geriatric population in rural field practice area of a municipal tertiary care teaching hospital in Mumbai, Maharashtra , Annals of Community health,Oct  to Dec 2020,Vol 8 issue 4,Pg 78 to 84
  • DrLavangare S.R,DrPrabhadevi.R,Knowledge  and practice of growth chart among mothers attending well baby clinic at urban health training centre, Mumbai, Maharashtra, Annals of Community health,Oct  to Dec 2020,Vol 8 issue 4, Pg 89 to 84
  • DrLavangare S.R,DrPrabhadevi.R,Assessment of palliative care needs among people living with HIV/AIDS attending ART opd, in an urban slum of Mumbai:a mixed method study. urban health training centre, Mumbai, Maharashtra, Indian Journal of Palliative care, Jan to March 2022,Vol 28 issue 1, Pg 43 to 50
  • Dr Gawari.B, Dr Lavangare.S.R, Dr Velhal.G.D, Study of morbidity profile and its occupational determinants of female class IV employees (Aayas and Mehatranis) at a municipal tertiary care teaching hospital in Mumbai, European Journal of Molecular and Clinical Medicine, August 2022, Volume 9, Issue 5, Pgs 46 to 52.
  • Mohapatra A, Velhal GD, Nair UR, Sudarson NG. Breakthrough Cases of COVID- 19 among Healthcare Workers: A Case Series. J Clin Diagnostic Res. 2022;(January):19–22.[ Embase, DOAJ indexed]
  • Shah AK, Mishra SA, Ravichandran P. Exploration of barriers to self-care practices among diabetic patients attending chronic disease clinic in an urban slum. Int J Non-Commun Dis 2021;6:193-8. [ DOAJ indexed]
  • Velhal GD, Shah AK, Dhanusu S. Contact Tracing for COVID-19 among Health-Care Workers of a Tertiary Care Hospital in Mumbai. Indian J Community Med. 2022 Jul-Sep;47(3):420-424. doi: 10.4103/ijcm.ijcm_1178_21. Epub 2022 Oct 10. PMID: 36438541; PMCID: PMC9693958 [Pubmed indexed]
  • Shah AK, Sawant DA, Sadawarte DM, Dakshit K. A cross-sectional study of epidemiological determinants for Covid-19 infection among nurses of a tertiary care hospital. Journal of Education and Health Promotion. 2022 ;11:305. DOI: 10.4103/jehp.jehp_1051_21. PMID: 36438993; PMCID: PMC9683436. [Pubmed indexed]
  • Shah AK, Raul MU, Anto RM, Dakshit K.Recurrent COVID-19 suggesting reinfection among seven health care workers in a teaching hospital in Mumbai.Int J Res Med Sci 2022;10:1531-5.
  • Siddiqui1, AA , Game, DB, Shah AK, Assessment of oral health problems among patients attending tertiary health care centre in Mumbai. European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2022; 9(2): 2748-2753. [ Scopus Indexed]
  • Shah A, Chavan Y, Sudarson N, Sontakke S. Challenges Faced in Biomedical Waste Management by Waste Handlers amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic in a Tertiary Care Hospital: A Qualitative Study. Healthline. 2022; 13(4): . 307-312 [ DOAJ indexed]
  • Velhal G D, Shastri JS, Shah D, Agrawal SR, Gomare M, Sadawarte DM. COVID-19 Serological Survey-3 prior to Second wave in Mumbai, India. Indian Journal of Community Medicine 2022;47:61-5.
  • Pawaskar R, Sadawarte D. Knowledge, Attitude and Practices Regarding Hepatitis B among Expectant Mothers Seeking Antenatal Care in a Tertiary Care Hospital in a Metropolitan City. IJPHRD. 2023 Mar. 15;14(2):214-8. Available from:

Department of PSM is involved in conducting following research projects:

Action Research Project for development of Primary Health Care Models for Palliative care, Elderly care, and Mental health - A Pilot Study

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