FACULTY – HOME HEALTH AIDE
FACULTY – HOME HEALTH AIDE
DR. Suneela Garg
Honorary Course Director
Head of Department
Director Professor, Department of Community Medicine Coordinator Sound Hearing 2030.
Maulana Azad Medical College & Associated Hospitals, New Delhi.
Ex-Head, Community Medicine at Faculty of Medical Sciences, New Delhi.
Quick Bio : Director Professor, Deptt. of Community Medicine, MAM College. Delhi She has been in the field of Community Medicine since the last 30 years.
She has been investigator/co-investigator in several National and International research projects funded by various agencies such as UNFPA, DFID, Rockefeller Foundation, WHO, ICMR, Sanofi Pasteur. She has organized about 200 training programmes for prevention and control of HIV/AIDS, RTIs/STIs for doctors, nurses, laboratory technicians, group D workers in Delhi in collaboration with Delhi State AIDS Control Society; six training programmes for call centre executives of Jansankhya Sthirta kosh (Min. of H & F W, Govt. of India). In addition she has also worked towards sensitization of Health care staff regarding Gender based violence and developed a tool for identification of violence. Her areas of interest are: Gerontology, Adolescent & Reproductive Health, Gender Based Issues, Non communicable diseases, HIV, Tuberculosis.
Ms. Rita Agarwal
Quality Manager : Shalby Hospital, Jaipur
Quick Bio : Masters in Hospital Administration from International Institute of Hospital Management Jaipur in the year 2007. She has over 8 years of experience in the field of Public Health and Quality & Accreditation- International &National (JCI, NABH, NABL). She is presently working in Astron as Manager Public Health and Quality.
She has coordinated research projects like Gap Analysis of RMNCH+A in 33 high priority districts of Punjab, Haryana, Jharkhand, Uttaranchal, Himachal Pradesh and Delhi, Accelerating Routine Immunization and ANC services in 10 underserved districts of Madhya Pradesh, Data Verification of MIS of ICDS projects in 50 districts of Madhya Pradesh, Strengthening Infection Control Practices in 6 District Hospitals of Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh, district hospitals of Gujarat, Karnataka, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, NDMC dispensaries and Evaluation of Status of Medical Waste Management Practices in India for FHI 360, Training of SHGs on Reproductive Health and HIV/AIDS in Delhi for Mission Convergence and Delhi State AIDS Control Society, Govt of Delhi.
As Head of Quality and Accreditation division, she has been an active facilitator of streamlining quality management systems in hospitals some of the major being Max Hospital, Saket, B.M. Birla Heart Research Centre, Medanta – The Medicity, 44 NDMC health care facilities of Delhi, Community health centres and primary health centres in Haryana, Asian Hospital and Health care institute, QRG Hospital, Kalyani Escorts, Jeewan Mala hospital, Delhi.
Dr. Archana Ramalingam
Quick Bio : Dr Archana Ramalingam is a Senior Resident in the department of Community Medicine, Maulana Azad Medical College. She completed her undergraduate and postgraduate training from JIPMER, an Institute of National Importance and was the recipient of the “Prof. R.K Kar Best Postgraduate in Community Medicine” award. She is an enthusiastic public health specialist with proven merit in conducting research, writing chapters and modules for books and training programs. In a short career span of 4 years, she has to her credit over 10 publications in National and International Journals.
Dr. A. M. Khan
Former, Head of Department, Social sciences, National Institute of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India.
Quick Bio : Dr. Khan, a well-known authority in conducting qualitative research in the country has led various research projects. Principal investigator has conducted research and evaluation on HIV/AIDS thematic areas for DSACS, DFID, Clinton Foundation HIV/AIDS Initiative,HIV/AIDS Alliance.
Has successfully conducted Operation research for various healthcare projects on â€œIdentifying barriers to sustainable access of children to ART Centres and seeking solutions to address barriersâ€ for India HIV/AIDS Alliance under Global Fund Round IV, â€œDevelopment of social and cultural behavioural change communication package in the health programâ€, â€œCommunity mobilization in strengthening the existing heath care services under HSR projectâ€, â€œBehaviour modification of delinquent children living in Balsahyog Organizationâ€, Baseline Assessment on the Existing scenario of PPTCT services in 4 states for Clinton Foundation HIV/AIDS Initiative, KABP Survey of Delhi Police Personnel on HIV/AIDS for Delhi State AIDS Control Society, Mid Line and End Line Evaluation of Project Sankalp on HIV/AIDS and RCH in 16 districts in Uttar Pradesh and Karnataka, Data Verification of Routine MIS of ICDS services of Department of Women and Child Development in MP for DFID and Government of Madhya Pradesh, Gap Analysis of RMNCH+A in 33 districts in 6 states for USAID- MCHIP and Research study on efficacy of BCC training for ASHA and SHG for World vision in the area of Malnutrition on a concept called â€œFood behaviour and demonstrated significance improvement in the nutritional status within 12 daysâ€.
Dr Khan has been instrumental in developingâ€ Training on BCCâ€ for officials working with persons living with HIV AIDS and Developing Program policies at National and International level, Program Design, Project planning, Capacity building on RCH, behavioural sciences and HIV/AIDS. Dr Khan has published more than 100 papers in book and national and international journals and books
Dr. Bhola Nath
Expert on infectious diseases, chronic diseases, vaccination, research, especially on various study designs, literature search and data analysis. He has authored 30 national and international publications in various peer reviewed journals.
He is presently working as Editor-in-chief in Indian Journal of Forensic and Community Medicine and Journal of Preventive Medicine and Holistic health. He is also the author of a book entitled “Essentials of Immunization”.
He is actively involved in various research projects and had completed some important research projects like Evaluation of Village Heath and Nutrition Day, TB-HIV collaborative activities etc.
Dr. Jitender Sharma
Deputy Manager, Astron hospital and healthcare consultants pvt ltd.
Dr. Neeru Bhatia
Executive Director, Astron hospital and healthcare consultants pvt ltd.
MBBS : Christian Medical College, Ludhiana.
Diploma : Hospital & Health Administration
Trained and Qualified as NABH assessor from Quality Council of India, Govt of India.
Training on JCI standards (Joint Commission International) for Hospital and Health care settings conducted by JCI (USA)
Quick Bio : Dr Neeru Bhatia, a public health specialist has more than 2 decades of experience of working on reproductive health, MCH and HIV/AIDS.
DR Ghausia Khan
MBBS : Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Medical College,Jabalpur
MD(Anaesthesia) : Moti Lal Nehru Medical College,Allahabad
Trained and qualified as an intensivist.
Quick Bio : Dr Ghausia Khan, apart from anaesthesia is also a trained ultrasonologist . She has done training in hospital management from National Institute of Health and Family Welfare. She has over 10 years of experience in medical field.
Dr. Divya Saxena
Quick Bio : MBBS; MD; FICM; CCEBDM; CCDE; CCGDM, after her post graduation in General Medicine from MLN Medical College, Allahabad, in 1992, has been in clinical practice in several renowned hospitals. She is presently working as Director & Consultant Physician in Tulip Hospital at Sonepat.
Quick Bio : MBBS & MD (Medicine) from Medical College Rohtak in 1977 & 1981 respectively, has been in clinical practice for the last 35 years. He is known for his dedication to his work and compassion & empathy for his patients. His area of interest in Diabetes, Stroke, IHD and Psycho-somatic illnesses, has made him the most sought after internist in Sonepat & neighbouring cities.