Available courses

These are some introductory lectures for public health students.

This is the in-service training for doctors working with the Dept. of Health and Family Welfare, Govt. of Kerala on Health Technology Assessment. Enrollment is restricted to government doctors from the Kerala state health department or the National Health Mission Kerala, deputed for the workshop series.

RRH-HTAIn-SCTIMST conducts the training in collaboration with the National Health Mission, Kerala, Department of Health Department, Kerala and the Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute for Medical Sciences & Technology, Trivandrum. 

There are eight sessions, each of 90 minutes duration from 2:30-4:00 PM on the second and fourth Tuesdays for two months.  Certificates will be given to the participants who complete all eight sessions and completes the given assignments & tests.

Govt. of India has come up with a uniform protocol for clinical management of COVID-19 cases.

The Government of India (Ministry of Health & Family Welfare) has entrusted SCTIMST as the Regional Centre of Excellence in helping the state/UT of Kerala, Lakshadweep, and Andaman,  in the conduct of online training for their district-level functionaries in coordination with the state/UT’s (D.O.No.AS(H)/MoHFW/2021 dated April 30, 2021).

The Directorate of Health Services, Kerala, has adopted the guidelines to suit the Kerala context and is being offered as a short course for the clinical doctors practicing in the state.

The short course is a convenient repository of the various authentic materials in this line and offers a  certificate for the successful takers at the end of each module.

This is a collaborative venture of SCTIMST and NHM officials of Kerala, Lakshwadeep, and Andaman & Nicobar Islands.

This module introduces some of the useful softwares for database management.  The module is designed for the first year students of MPH program at AMCHSS

This module covers main principles of Infectious Disease Epidemiology and its current trends. This module is designed for the second year students of MPH programme at AMCHSS

Taught by Dr. Biju Soman and Dr. Gurpreet Singh

Modelling Infectious Diseases using the principles of reproducible research.

This module is created as a supplementary resource to the session taken by Dr Biju Soman on 25 June 2020 for the Faculty Development Program(FDP) at the School of Public Health at the Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology(KIIT). Bhubaneswar, India.

This year we shall focus on the following four themes

  1. Public Health Informatics
  2. Spatial Epidemiology with hands-on training on the use of Geographic Information System(GIS) tools
  3. Health Technology Assessment (HTA) initiatives
  4. Telemedicine and public health

Module outlay

We shall have two hour-long online sessions as per the schedule.  There will be a break for half an hour after the first 45 minutes. 

The link for the interactive sessions will be the same (https://vclass.sctimst.ac.in/b/dr--adz-em3 ) throughout the duration of the module.

The first session will be more of a lecture/theory and the second half will be more of a practical or interactive session. 

Lead Instructor: 

Dr. Biju Soman MD, Professor, AMCHSS

Other Instructors: 

Dr. Gurpreet Singh MDPh.D. scholar, AMCHSS

Dr. Antony Stanley MDPh.D. scholar, AMCHSS

Some of the sessions will be handled by guest faculty/ visiting faculty.

This is the PhD logbook of Dr Mathew Valamparampil

This is the PhD log for Dr Antony Stanley

This is the Ph.D. page of Dr. Arun Mitra

This is the log for Dr Gurpreet Singh

This is a compendium of the seminars of Ph.D. Scholars.

Each section will be devoted to one scholar each.

The individual section's access will be restricted to the Ph.D. scholar and his/her Guide.

Other members can attend the open seminars (through virtual meetings).

Regular guide-student interactive meetings will be exclusively for the guide and the scholar. 

This is for internal purposes. Details of the project Regional Technical Resource Centre for Health Technology Assessment-India (RTRC-HTAIn) are given here

We organize public health seminars in order to bring attention to recent developments in public health or to bring light to innovative approaches in public health interventions.  In these sessions, one or more key personalities in public health will make short presentations. This will be followed by a Q & N session.

Apart from students and faculty from SCTIMST, we invite interested participants like students, academicians, policymakers, administrators, interested media persons, and public health activists to these sessions.

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