By a grant from DBT/Wellcome Belief India Alliance, IPH Bengaluru launched the Center for Training Research & Innovation in Tribal Health (CTRITH) with a deal with analysis and motion on Adivasi well being in southern Karnataka. The centre has established collaboration with the Chamarajanagar Institute of Medical Sciences (CIMS) and with NGOs to broaden analysis and motion on numerous points of Adivasi well being.
As a part of this long-term collaboration, CIMS is organising CME on Tribal Well being titled “TRIBAL HEALTH – Bridging the Hole”. IPH Bengaluru & Scheduled Tribes Welfare Department are collaborating with CIMS on this two-day occasion. We’re additionally working carefully with the Karnataka Moola Adivasi Vedika & Jilla Budakattu Girijana Abhivruddhi Sangha on the state & district degree respectively to make sure significant neighborhood engagement.
CIMS has obtained 4 CME credit score hours for this occasion. On behalf of CIMS, we welcome educating employees & college of medical school neighborhood medication/different departments, analysis students keen on tribal well being, post-graduate college students/interns/under-grads with an curiosity in tribal well being & NGO representatives to register and be part of us.