Health workers & #39; approach toward Adverse Events following immunization & #8211; An insight from Madhya Pradesh
Snehal Parmar, Tapasvi Puwar, Deepak Saxena, Santosh Shukla, Apurva Kumar PandyaIndian Journal of Community Medicine 2020 45(4):567-568 (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - October 28, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Snehal Parmar Tapasvi Puwar Deepak Saxena Santosh Shukla Apurva Kumar Pandya Source Type: research

Effectiveness of the training material on chronic obstructive pulmonary disease designed for accredited social health activist workers: A quasi-experiment design
Monica S Barne, Bhushan A Girase, Dhananjay V Pathak, Deesha D Ghorpade, Prakash P Doke, Sundeep S SalviIndian Journal of Community Medicine 2020 45(4):565-566 (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - October 28, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Monica S Barne Bhushan A Girase Dhananjay V Pathak Deesha D Ghorpade Prakash P Doke Sundeep S Salvi Source Type: research

Rapid assessment of diet provided in public health facilities of selected districts of Madhya Pradesh
Manju Toppo, Dinesh Kumar Pal, Devendra Gour, Akhil R Nair, Shipra Verma, Harshima SawlaniIndian Journal of Community Medicine 2020 45(4):563-564 (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - October 28, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Manju Toppo Dinesh Kumar Pal Devendra Gour Akhil R Nair Shipra Verma Harshima Sawlani Source Type: research

Errors in the use of multivariable logistic regression analysis: An empirical analysis
Rajeev Kumar MalhotraIndian Journal of Community Medicine 2020 45(4):560-562 (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - October 28, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Rajeev Kumar Malhotra Source Type: research

Knowledge on practice regarding self-defense against sexual harassment among females in Mangalore with a view to providing an informational pamphlet
Seema Shankarsingh Chavan, Roweena Fern, Shilpa T Augustine, Uma NayakIndian Journal of Community Medicine 2020 45(4):558-559 (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - October 28, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Seema Shankarsingh Chavan Roweena Fern Shilpa T Augustine Uma Nayak Source Type: research

Prescription audit of treatment of diarrhoea and pneumonia amongst paediatrician in Bhopal
Conclusion: There is a huge need of improvement in prescribing patterns in areas of complete prescriptions with clinical features, follow-up advice along with rational choice of drugs with dose, and duration. (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - October 28, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Devendra Gour Manju Toppo Dinesh Kumar Pal Harshima Sawlani Shipra Verma Akhil R Nair Sudarshan Kushwah Source Type: research

Sexual behaviors of HIV-infected men who have sex with men in Jos, Plateau State, North Central Nigeria
Conclusions: This study has brought to light a significant level of risky sexual behaviors among HIV-infected MSM with condom use, multiple same sexual engagement, transactional sex, and bisexual concurrency as areas of possible interventions. (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - October 28, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Tolulope Olumide Afolaranmi Zuwaira Ibrahim Hassan Zaman Misari Obinna Joseph Ugwu Philip Adewale Adeoye Oluwaleke James Fayenuwo Eugene Chidi Eugene Akinyemi Olugbenga David Ofakunrin Moses Peter Chingle Ali Ishaq Shugaba Source Type: research

Occupational health of agricultural women workers in India
Conclusion: Implementation of social security and welfare measures by the Government for the agricultural women could enhance the health of women workers. (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - October 28, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: J Raja Meenakshi Sigamani Panneer Source Type: research

Assessment of tobacco control policy in India: An evaluation using the World Health Organization MPOWER framework
Conclusions: Tobacco control policies in India have shown an overall improvement. Achievements have been made even though several implementations related challenges requiring urgent attention persist. (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - October 28, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Anurag Saxena Khushbu Sharma Vidhee Avashia Source Type: research

Prevalence of asthma and sleep-related breathing disorder in school-going children
Conclusion: There is a significantly high prevalence of asthma and SRBD with a good association between them in school-going children. (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - October 28, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Rashmi Kaushal Pankaj Bhardwaj Akhil Dhanesh Goel Shashank Shekhar Prawin Kumar Jagdish Prasad Goyal Source Type: research

Software intervention in smoking cessation among engineering students in Bhubaneswar city: A randomized controlled trial
Conclusion: Aging software intervention is contemporary, congenial, and admissible and can be espoused to educate youngsters along with the conventional motivational methods. This method successfully delivers smoking cessation advice to young adults. This novel approach can be implemented in motivating young smokers to quit smoking. (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - October 28, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Avinash Jnaneswar Kunal Jha Diplina Barman Arpita Singh Mona Pathak Gunjan Kumar Source Type: research

Depression among Patients with Pulmonary Tuberculosis at the State Hospital of Makassar
Conclusion: The prevalence of depression in pulmonary TB patients who visited the Pulmonary Clinic of the State Hospital of Makassar reached over one-third of the total patients. Depression was more prevalent among female patients, patients within the age of >45 years, and unmarried/divorced patients, respectively. (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - October 28, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Andi Alfian Zainuddin Sri Ramadany Arif Santoso Source Type: research

Effect of interactive lectures and formative assessment on learning of epidemiology by medical undergraduates & #8211; A mixed-methods evaluation
Conclusions: Little improvement in a traditional epidemiology course for undergraduates in the form of interactive lectures and formative feedback and providing the student with course material led to significant gains in students' knowledge and attendance. (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - October 28, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Vinayagamoorthy Venugopal Amol R Dongre Source Type: research

Factors affecting mammography screening utilization among educated women in Al Beheira governorate, Egypt
Conclusion: Mammography utilization screening rate is low. Lack of knowledge about mammography, cultural norms, and socioeconomic factors were barriers to mammography screening. (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - October 28, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Basem M M. Salama Source Type: research

Association of obesity and metabolic syndrome among urban dwellers of Rishikesh, Uttarakhand
Conclusions: As the prevalence of MetS is higher among obese individuals, health interventions required to reduce the morbidity/mortality and need to be addressed in adult populations. (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - October 28, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Senkadhirdasan Dakshinamurthy Vartika Saxena Ranjeeta Kumari Anissa Atif Mirza Minakshi Dhar Source Type: research

Study to assess birth preparedness and complication readiness to promote safe motherhood among women from a rural area of Western Maharashtra
Conclusion: An inclusion of components related to BPACR during pregnancy will improve timely and adequate access to healthcare, better management of complications, and thereby improve both maternal and fetal outcomes. (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - October 28, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Viyusha T Viswanathan Supriya S Patil Radhika N Joshi Prakash M Durgawale Source Type: research

Digital hemoglobinometers as point-of-care testing devices for hemoglobin estimation: A validation study from India
Conclusions: Digital hemoglobinometers have high sensitivity and specificity. Thus, these can be a potential POCTs for screening of anemia in peripheral health facilities. Further studies are required to establish the validity of the digital hemoglobinometers at community settings. (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - October 28, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Kapil Yadav Shashi Kant Gomathi Ramaswamy Farhad Ahamed Kashish Vohra Source Type: research

Effect of intimate partner violence on maternal and birth outcomes of pregnancy among antenatal clinic attendees in Delhi: A prospective observational study
Conclusions: The findings reveal that IPV during pregnancy is common and significantly associated with adverse maternal and birth outcomes. The findings stress need for research and development of a screening tool to identify violence early in pregnancy and thus prevent its consequences. (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - October 28, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Suneela Garg Ruchir Rustagi M Meghachandra Singh Kajok Engtipi Source Type: research

Identifying the burden and predictors of diabetes distress among adult Type 2 diabetes mellitus patients
Conclusions: DD was found to be high among patients aged ≤45 years, illiterates, patients on insulin, patients with a history of treatment interruption, and those with HbA1c >8%. Patients with high DD were found to have higher HbA1c levels. (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - October 28, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Ratnesh KS Shivaprasad Subramanian Kannan Kranti S Khadilkar G Venkata Sravani Reema Raju Source Type: research

The perceived stigma of addiction and treatment utilization among cannabis addicts in Thailand
Conclusions: The perceived stigma of addiction is a barrier to cannabis abuse treatment utilization. Thus, a better understanding of stigma could reduce its negative impact on seeking and engaging in treatment. (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - October 28, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Suneerat Yangyuen Manop Kanato Chatchada Mahaweerawat Udomsak Mahaweerawat Source Type: research

Strengthening the use of partograph in high caseload public health facilities in India through an integrated quality improvement approach
Conclusion: The integrated approach of training, mentoring, and QI can be used in similar settings to strengthen partograph use. (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - October 28, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Devina Bajpayee Enisha Sarin Saumyadripta Chaudhuri Sourav Ghosh Dastidar Anil Gupta Nitin Bisht Anurag Joshi Asif Jeelani Chitra Rathi Rakesh Parashar Geeta Verma Kaveri Haldar VS Sridhar Sachin Gupta Gunjan Taneja Rajeev Gera Source Type: research

Assessment of nutritional status of children between 6 months and 6 years of age in Anganwadi centers of an urban area in Tumkur, Karnataka, India
Conclusion: The present study showed that there is still a high prevalence of undernutrition among the Anganwadi children aged 6–72 months. Socioeconomic factors have a significant role in child nutrition, which manifests itself as poor development. (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - October 28, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Suhitha R Das Jai Prakash Chandana Krishna Krishna Iyengar P Venkatesh SS Rajesh Source Type: research

Plotting Kaplan & #8211;Meier curves for survival and time to HIV positivity among high-risk women: A cohort study
Conclusion: Status of high-risk women according to HIV, STDs, typology, category and partner wise were found to have a significant difference in survival experience, whereas PRR positivity for syphilis, literacy, alcohol intake do not have a significant difference. (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - October 28, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Mamtarani Verma JK Kosambiya Source Type: research

Development and evaluation of a mobile app for guiding rabies prophylaxis among health-care professionals in India
Conclusion: The developed App is a user-friendly, easily accessible platform, which can help health-care professionals in making decisions regarding rabies wound management, treatment, and prophylaxis. (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - October 28, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Muralidhar Swathi Sasidharanpillai Sabeena Jazeel Abdulmajeed Sarthak Pattanaik Oliver Dsa HS Shubha Muralidhar Varma Puneet Bhatt Nagaraja Ravishankar Govindakarnavar Arunkumar Source Type: research

Does the distribution of empanelled hospitals have an impact on the utilization of services under state insurance scheme ?
Conclusions: The disparity in the hospitals availability and utilization between districts should be addressed by adopting a targeting approach giving priorities to empanelling hospitals in the less-developed districts. (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - October 28, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Sudharshini Subramaniam TS Selvavinayagam Source Type: research

Risk of fall among older adults and its association with cognitive impairment in a semi-urban community
Conclusions: The risk of fall prevalence was high and significantly related to cognitive impairment, advanced age, female gender, and occupational status, with more than half of those currently not working having a higher risk. The study would recommend regular follow-up of risk groups for prevention a good percentage of fall and thereby the related injuries. (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - October 28, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Dayana Monachan Saritha Susan Vargese Vinny Johny Elsheba Mathew Source Type: research

Development and validation of a tool to assess perceptions and practices regarding hypertension and associated comorbidities among primary health care providers of a rural community in India
Conclusion: Overall, the instrument developed had acceptable validity and reliability to assess the perceptions and practices of primary healthcare providers about prevention and control of hypertension and associated comorbidities in the community. (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - October 28, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Prianka Mukhopadhyay Indira Dey Anima Haldar Source Type: research

Impact of community defluoridation on a village endemic for hydric fluorosis in rural Karnataka, India
Conclusion: This study demonstrates the importance of providing defluorinated water to the village population as a potential solution for fluorosis. (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - October 28, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Arjunan Isaac S Pruthvish Radhika Haridas NS Murthy Source Type: research

Epidemiological determinants of mental well-being and quality of life among homemakers with hypertension: A cross-sectional analysis
Conclusions: Mental well-being among the hypertensive homemakers was good, with low perceived stress and high mean scores of QOL domains. (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - October 28, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Ashwini Shivakumar Bidnurmath Chythra Raghavendra Rao Avinash Shetty Asha Kamath Lavya Shetty Source Type: research

Family burden in caregivers of elderly with cognitive impairment residing in rural and tribal population of a district in Western India & #8211; A baseline study
Conclusions: Enabling caregivers to provide at home care for longer periods before hospitalization would decrease the burden of CI. (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - October 28, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Shobha Misra Rajat Oswal Mehul Patel Source Type: research

Assessment of nutritional status of mothers of children under 3 years of age and its determinants
Conclusion: Nonnutritional interventions addressing poverty, household food insecurity, gender violence, and WASH practices are required to address maternal wasting, in addition to existing nutritional programs. (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - October 28, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Rajesh Kumar Sinha Sangna Raybardhan Nidhi Barnwal Praveen Kumar Virender Kumar Source Type: research

The habitual additional sodium intake among hypertensive patients visiting a tertiary health-care center, Indore, Madhya Pradesh
Conclusion: Most of the age groups are consuming more than 2 g habitual additional sodium which is more than the World Health Organization-recommended maximum levels. The dietary advice was given to hypertensives that had a positive impact on habitual additional sodium intake. (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - October 28, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Sameer Inamdar Madhuri Inamdar Runa Laila Harshal Gupta Rajshekhar R Wavare Ajit R Deshpande Source Type: research

Prevalence and factors associated with overweight and obesity among primary school children (9 & #8211;14 years) in a selected area of Dhaka, Bangladesh: A cross-sectional study
Conclusions: Overweight/obesity is prevalent among 9–14-year-old school-going children, and behavior factors are major determinants of childhood obesity. Effective public health interventions are required to address this emerging health problem. (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - October 28, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Md Tarek Hossain Sharmin Khan Luies Tuhin Biswas Source Type: research

Prevalence of intestinal parasitosis among under-five children in a rural community of Purba Bardhaman District, West Bengal
Conclusions: Protozoa, mainly G. lamblia, contributes for majority of intestinal parasitic infections among the study population, and children belonging to the age group of 25–60 completed months and with open-field defecation practice have higher risk of acquiring them. (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - October 28, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Saptarshi Banerjee Soumalya Ray Prabha Shrivastava Dilip Kumar Das Source Type: research

Mid-upper-arm-circumference as a growth parameter and its correlation with body mass index and heights in ashram school students in Nashik district in Maharashtra, India
Conclusion: MUAC is a good and quick proxy tool for BMI and can serve as a sensitive nutritional indicator for school ages across socioeconomic categories. However, it is necessary to construct age-wise cutoff points and bandwidths using multicentric studies across income quintiles. (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - October 28, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Shyam V Ashtekar Manasi Shekhar Padhyegurjar Jagdish D Powar Shekhar Bhikaji Padhyegurjar Source Type: research

Effect of seasonal variations on infant mortality rate of some selected districts of Jammu Division
Conclusions: The present study concludes that seasonal variations significantly affect the infant mortality in Jammu Division, J&K, India. The policymakers must consider the effect of seasons on infant mortality as children in their 1st year of life are more susceptible toward environmental conditions. (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - October 28, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Manjeet Kumar Vijay Kumar Shivgotra Source Type: research

Assessment of quality of life of primary caregivers of Egyptian asthmatic children and adolescents
Conclusion: The QOL of the primary caregivers of asthmatic children is significantly adversely affected by their children's illness severity. (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - October 28, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Hala G Elnady Lobna S Sherif Hala D ElGindi Fatma A Shaaban Aida M Abdelmohsen Dina A Salah Ghada A Abdel-Latif Reham F Fahmy Source Type: research

Malnutrition and household food insecurity in children attending anganwadi centres in a district of North East India
Conclusions: Malnutrition in all forms is common in the study population. Rates of stunting, wasting, and underweight were higher than the state average. Along-with access to food, an integrated approach that improves the overall socioeconomic well-being of families and parental education is needed. (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - October 28, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Jyotismita Pathak Tulika Goswami Mahanta Priya Arora Dibyajyoti Kalita Gurmeet Kaur Source Type: research

Prevalence of Vitamin B12 deficiency and its associated risk factors among pregnant women of rural South India: A community-based cross-sectional study
Conclusion: Our study showed a high prevalence of Vitamin B12 deficiency in pregnancy in rural India. Some risk factors were identified. However, studies with a higher sample size will be beneficial to study the associated risk factors better. (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - October 28, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Anitha Mohanraj Barney Vinod Joseph Abraham Sumita Danda Anne George Cherian S Vanitha Source Type: research

Leveraging unmanned aerial vehicle technology to improve public health practice: Prospects and barriers
Sudip Bhattacharya, Md Mahbub Hossain, Kyle Hoedebecke, Madonna Bacorro, Ozden Gokdemir, Amarjeet SinghIndian Journal of Community Medicine 2020 45(4):396-398 Unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) is increasingly being used in different sectors, including public health. Common applications of UAVs in public health are delivering logistics in remote areas, transporting biomedical samples, providing community-based health care, and public health surveillance. UAVs have contributed to efficient public health ensuring better health services activities at a lower cost. Across diverse health-care settings, UAVs are used to minimize hum...
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - October 28, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Sudip Bhattacharya Md Mahbub Hossain Kyle Hoedebecke Madonna Bacorro Ozden Gokdemir Amarjeet Singh Source Type: research

Prospects of vaccine against COVID-19
Anuj Mundra, Bishan Swaroop GargIndian Journal of Community Medicine 2020 45(4):391-395 (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - October 28, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Anuj Mundra Bishan Swaroop Garg Source Type: research

Determinants of home delivery among mothers in urban and rural Vadodara district, Gujarat, India
Indian Journal of Community Medicine 2020 45(3):390-390 (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - August 31, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Source Type: research

Self-medication practices: A threat to health care
Aruna Baskar, Neethu George, ML Sarika, Lakshmi RamamoorthyIndian Journal of Community Medicine 2020 45(3):388-389 (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - August 31, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Aruna Baskar Neethu George ML Sarika Lakshmi Ramamoorthy Source Type: research

A profile of original research articles published in selected public health journals from India over the last 5 years
Murali Sharan, Yagnapriya Ammakola, Sitanshu Sekhar KarIndian Journal of Community Medicine 2020 45(3):386-387 (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - August 31, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Murali Sharan Yagnapriya Ammakola Sitanshu Sekhar Kar Source Type: research

Neonatal tetanus in a nomadic population in South India: A clinicosocial case study
Gayathri Surendran, Tanveer Rehman, Salin Eliyas, A Kalaiselvy, Sonali SarkarIndian Journal of Community Medicine 2020 45(3):384-385 (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - August 31, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Gayathri Surendran Tanveer Rehman Salin Eliyas A Kalaiselvy Sonali Sarkar Source Type: research

Nurses & #39; knowledge and understanding about autism
Radhakrishnan Govindan, Rajalakshmi RamuIndian Journal of Community Medicine 2020 45(3):382-383 (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - August 31, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Radhakrishnan Govindan Rajalakshmi Ramu Source Type: research

Costs, prohibition, and need for responsive public health evidence
Girish N Rao, Alexander P Philips, Vivek BenegalIndian Journal of Community Medicine 2020 45(3):381-381 (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - August 31, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Girish N Rao Alexander P Philips Vivek Benegal Source Type: research

Use of artificial intelligence-based computer vision system to practice social distancing in hospitals to prevent transmission of COVID-19
BM Zeeshan Hameed, Vathsala Patil, Dasharathraj K Shetty, Nithesh Naik, Nikhil Nagaraj, Disha SharmaIndian Journal of Community Medicine 2020 45(3):379-380 (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - August 31, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: BM Zeeshan Hameed Vathsala Patil Dasharathraj K Shetty Nithesh Naik Nikhil Nagaraj Disha Sharma Source Type: research

A community-based intervention study to assess the effectiveness of awareness imparted on earthquake preparedness among the residents of South Delhi, India
Conclusion: Disasters due to their unpredictable occurrence are difficult to tackle, but awareness and preparedness to face the calamity will help to reduce the burden of disaster. (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - August 31, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Rashmi Agarwalla Rambha Pathak Aashiya Siddiqui Meely Panda Ekta Gupta Farzana Islam Source Type: research

Subclinical vitamin A deficiency and anemia among women and preschool children from Northeast India
Conclusions: Anemia and VAD are important public health problems among tribal population in spite of the rich biodiversity. (Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine)
Source: Indian Journal of Community Medicine - August 31, 2020 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Indrapal I Meshram B Naveen Kumar K Venkaiah T Longvah Source Type: research