Department of Community Medicine

A. Faculty Members of Community Medicine:

S No
Faculty
Name Rank & Appointment
DOJ
Teaching experience
1
DR. RAMBHA PATHAK
Regn. No. DMC- 1292
MBBS, MD (Community Medicine)
Professor and Head
26.02.2020
Yes
2
DR. ANURAG SRIVASTAVA
Regn.no. MCI-4917
MBBS, MD (Community Medicine)
Associate Professor
05.04.2018
Yes
3
DR. Priyanka
Regn.no. DMC-53735
MBBS, MD (Community Medicine)
Associate Professor
21.04.2022
Yes
4
DR. HARIOM KUMAR SOLANKI
Regn.no. DMC/R-7031
MBBS, MD (Community Medicine)
Assistant Professor
20.03.2020
Yes
5
Dr. Deepshikha Verma
Regn.no. DMC/R/6916
MBBS, MD (Community Medicine)
Assistant Professor
13.05.2022
Yes

B. Tutors in department of Community Medicine

S No
Tutor
Batch
Qualification
Joining Date
1
Dr. Shambhavee Singh
MBBS 2017
MD
.09.2021
2
DR. AMOGH JASWAL
MBBS
MBBS
18-05-2021
3
DR. SAURAV GURJAR
MBBS
MBBS
21-04-2021
4
DR. PAYAL MISHRA SRIVASTAVA
M. Phil 2005
PHD
01.11.2019

Lady Medical Officers

S No
Name
Batch
Qualification
Joining Date
1
DR. SEEMA SHRIVASTAVA
MBBS 1990
M.B.B.S.
11.05.2020
2
DR. APOORVA BHARGAVA
MBBS 2011
M.B.B.S.
07.12.2020

C. Non-teaching staff in department of Community Medicine

Category of staff
Name (s) of staff members
a.
Medical Social Worker
Manoj kumar
Amit Bhati
b.
Technical Assistant
Vikas Bhardwaj
c.
Technicians
Lalit
d.
Stenographer
Rinku Sharma
e.
Record Clerk
Ram Kumar
f.
Storekeeper
Swati Verma
g.
Any other category
Ramesh

D. Staff for Rural Training Health Centre:

(including field work and epidemiological studies)

S. No.
Category of staff
Name (s) of staff members
a.
Med. Officer of Health/ Asst. Prof
Dr Narendra Kumar Tiwari
b.
Lady Medical officer
Dr Apoorva Bhargava
c.
Medical Social Worker
Neeraj Verma
d.
Public Health Nurse
Bincy Jacob
Jyoti Singh
e.
Health Inspector
Rajpal Singh
f.
Health Educators
Naveen Kumar Rajoria
g.
Technical Assistant
Rakesh Kumar Tiwari
h.
Technician
Pradeep Prasad
i.
Store keeper
Satish
j.
Record Clerk
Sitaram Saini
k.
Any other category Attendant
Mahender

E. Staff for Urban Training Health Centre:

(Including field work and epidemiological studies.)

S. No.
Designation of Staff
Name (s) of staff members
a.
Medical Officer of Health/Asst. Professor
Dr Sohan Pal Sharma
b.
Lady Medical officer
Dr Seema Srivastava
c.
Medical Social Worker
Niramala Rai
d.
Public Health Nurse
Aadarsh Sharma
Pooja Senger
Anita Mall
e.
Health Assessors
Kiran Tiwari
f.
Health Educators
Poonam Devi
g.
Technical Assistant
Kukari Rani
h.
Technician
Sudhir Kumar
i.
Store keeper
Kukki Devi
j.
Record Clerk
Krishna Nandan
k.
Any other category Attendant
Kavita Upadhaya

Departmental Information

S.No
Headings
Details
1
Name of the Department
Community Medicine
2
Date of Establishment
2017
3
Name of the first HOD
Dr. Rambha Pathak, Professor & Dean (Academics)
MBBS, MD (Community Medicine)
4
Facility available in Dept.
  • Demonstration Room: 1 (75 seating capacity)- Over Head Projector, Television Video and other audio-visual aids.
  • Laboratory: 1 (60 seating capacity)
  • Museum: Model-50, Chart-51, Specimen-80, Misc-91
  • Departmental Library-cum-Seminar Room-108 books, 59 Titles, 14 e-Books ,74 copies of 5 Journals and 15 Health Education CDs
  • Research Laboratory-70 types of equipment
  • Office accommodation: 8 rooms
5
Health Centres
  • Rural health training centre- Dankaur, Population covered: 187412
  • Urban health training centre- KasnaPopulation covered: 13520
  • Primary health centre: PHC Jewar
  • Primary health centre: PHC Bisarakh
6
Training activities & courses run
MBBS

Letter of permission from Medical Council of India vide letter No. MCI-34(41) (E-60)/2019 .Med/ 115574 dated 20th May 2019 for starting MBBS course for 100 students.

First batch of 100 students have been admitted and classes has been commenced since 01 Aug 2019.

7
Teaching Aids available
  • LCD Projector
  • PC available
  • Television Video
  • Other Audio-Visual Aids
8
Services at health centres
  • General & Specialist OPD
  • Indoor Admission
  • Complete Pregnancy Care
  • Infertility Clinic
  • Well Baby Clinic
  • Non-Communicable Diseases Clinic
  • Adolescent Girls Clinic
  • Laboratory Tests
  • Free Medicines
  • Immunization Services
  • Family Planning Services
  • Counselling
  • Lab investigations
9
Monthly workload on health centres
  • Monthly OPD Footfall-4500
  • Monthly Lab tests-1200
  • Monthly Contraception beneficiaries-150
  • Monthly Children immunized-600

List of Equipments in the Department:

S. No.
Name of the Items
1.
Barometer (Mercury based instruments to be replaced with other alternatives)
2.
Filter, Pasteur Chamberland, complete set
3.
Filter, Berke fed
4.
Hydrometres, Spirit
5.
Hydrometres, milk
6.
Hydrometers, wet and dry bulb
7.
Incubator, electric (can be procured from Microbiology)
8.
Balance Analytical 200 gm.
9.
Balance for weighing food stuff (Capacity 2 Kg).
10.
Centrifuge clinical
11.
Weighing machine adult
12.
Baby weighing machine
13.
Salters Baby weighing machine
14.
Harpender Calipers (for skinfold thickness)
15.
Height measuring stand
16.
Refrigerator 9 cu.ft. 3 + Additional one each at RHTC and UHTC
17.
Ice Lined Refrigerator (I.L.R.) (at Health Centre)
18.
Dissecting microscope
19.
Microscope oil immersion
20.
Autoclave (Can be shared with Pathology/Microbiology department) 1
21.
Computer with printer, scanner and photocopier and Internet facility
22.
Multimedia Projector with Screen
23.
Public Address system (2 portable for field-based activities and one each for RHTC & UHTC)
24.
Chloroscope
25.
Horrock’s Apparatus
26.
MUAC tapes
27.
Haemoglobinometer
28.
BP Apparatus (Digital)
29.
Stethoscope
30.
Kata Thermometer
31.
Globe Thermometer
32.
Anemometer
33.
Sound level meter
34.
Soil testing kit
35.
Water sampling bottle from any depth
36.
Needle Shredder
37.
Vaccine carrier
38.
Craft water testing kit
39.
Protective devices for occupational safety
40.
Ear muffs
41.
Ear plugs
42.
Safety helmet
43.
Goggles
44.
Safety boots
45.
Swine flu kit
46.
Gloves
47.
Triple layer surgical
48.
High efficiency mask
49.
Long sleeved cuffed gown
50.
Protective eye wear As required
51.
Cap
52.
Disposable delivery kit
53.
Treatment kits as per national health programs 3 each
54.
Iodine testing kit
55.
Glucometer
56.
Slide set for entomology
57.
Mosquito catching kit
58.
Clinical Thermometer
59.
Sling psychrometer
60.
Solar radiation thermometer
61.
Treatment kits as per National Health Programs
62.
Iodine testing kit
63.
Glucometer
64.
Slide set for entomology
65.
First Aid Kit
66.
Spirometer
67.
Audiometry
68.
Otoscope
69.
Ophthalmoscope
70.
Laptop

Departmental Information

S.No
Item
Quantity
Charts
1
Communicable Diseases
21
2
Non-Communicable Diseases
20
3
Miscellaneous
11
Sub-Total
51
Models
4
Models- Communicable Diseases
5
5
Models- Parasites
9
6
Models- Environment
10
7
Models- Nutrition
10
8
Models-RCH
11
9
Biomedical Waste Management
5
Sub-Total
50
Specimens
10
Specimens- Parasites and Vectors
10
11
Specimens- Nutrition
35
12
Specimens- Contraceptives
10
13
Specimens- Vaccines
10
14
Specimens- Anthropometry
5
15
Specimens- Disinfectants & Insecticides
10
Sub-Total
80
Miscellaneous
16
Photo Portraits– History of Medicine
11
17
IEC Materials
40
18
Dissecting Microscope
20
19
Slides
20
Sub-Total
91
Total
272

Mission Statement

A. Vision:


The department envisions to become a centre of excellence in community oriented medical education and population based medical research and envisages to establish model health centres for providing comprehensive health services to the community

B. Goals:


• To provide knowledge and skill to medical students through its innovative community-based medical education.to function as community & first level physician.

• To train and undertake epidemiological investigations, prevent and control future epidemics

• To collaborate with other sectors and departments to train and empower peripheral level health workforce in delivering community health services

• To promote healthy lifestyle in community

• To carry out public health research and advocate for application of research findings in healthcare

• To provide Knowledge and Skills for prevention and control of Public health problems

• To provide and promote appropriate preventive, promotive and curative and rehabilitative services to the community

RESEARCH PROJECTS BY THE DEPARTMENT COMMUNITY MEDICINE:

S No
Title
Researchers
Name of faculty
Status
Funding
1
A Phase II, Open Label, Randomized Controlled Trial to Assess the Safety and Efficacy of Convalescent Plasma to Limit COVID-19 Associated Complications
Co- Investigator
Dr Rambha Pathak
Ongoing
ICMR
2
Stressor combat strategies and motivating factors among health care service providers during COVID 19 pandemic
Principle Investigator
Dr Anurag Srivastava
Ongoing
Intramural
3
Pattern and Psychosocial Predictors of Tobacco consumption among adolescents in Western Utter Pradesh
Principle Investigator
Dr Anurag Srivastava
Completed
Intramural
4
Establishment of Biorepository of blood samples from COVID-19 cases
Co- Investigator
Dr Rambha Pathak
Ongoing
ICMR-NIMR
5
Determinants of Covid-19 infection in healthcare workers
Co- Investigator
Dr Rambha Pathak
Ongoing
Intramural
6
Effectiveness of Ivermectin in preventing development of symptomatic Covid-19 among primary contacts of newly diagnosed Covid-19 patients at a tertiary care hospital in India - an interventional
Principal -investigator
Dr Rambha Pathak & Dr Hariom Kumar Solanki
Ongoing
Intramural
7
The effectiveness of arthrocentesis & need of a single verses double session for the treatment of internal disc derangement without reduction of temporomandibular joint : A two year retrospective study
Co- Investigator
Dr Anurag Srivastava
Ongoing
Intramural
8
Impact of COVID -19 pandemic on care of surgical patients
Co- Investigator
Dr Hariom Kumar Solanki
Ongoing
Intramural
9
Barriers to and enablers of plasma donation by previously covid-19 positive patients treated at a tertiary care hospital in North India - a cross sectional study
Principal -investigator
Dr Rambha Pathak & Dr Hariom Kumar Solanki
Ongoing
Intramural
10
To explore the association of vitamin D3 with laboratory parameters in RTPCR positive Covid 19 patients, in a tertiary care Government Hospital
Co- Investigator
Dr Hariom Kumar Solanki
Ongoing
Intramural
11
Evaluating laboratory parameters for diagnostic accuracy in COVID 19 patients in a tertiary care Government hospital
Co- Investigator
Dr Hariom Kumar Solanki
Ongoing
Intramural
12
Changes in peripheral blood in SARS-Cov2 patients- a Clinico-pathological correlation
Co- Investigator
Dr Rambha Pathak
Ongoing
Intramural

DEPARTMENTAL ACTIVITIES:

  • 1. Participation in Arogya Health Camp by Government of UP
  • 2. Participation in OPD & IPD Services of Pradhan Mantri Jan Aarogya Yojana.
  • 3. Organising training programmes for prevention & control of COVID 19
  • 4. Conducted awareness rally for Ayushman Bharat
  • 5. Celebrated World AIDS day 2019 at block Dankaur area
  • 6. Organized weekly camp on every Wednesday
  • 7. Conducted World Health day 2019 celebration on theme “Universal health coverage: everyone, everywhere “on 7th April 2019 at RHTC Dankaur & UHTC Kasna
  • 8. Community Awareness Meeting And celebration of World AIDS day 2019 on “Ending the HIV/AIDS Epidemic: Community by Community”
  • 9. Organized CME cum sensitization workshop on “Revised National Tuberculosis Control Program updated Patient management system (Categorization & Treatment)” Organized by Department of Community Medicine 16TH March 2019 at GIMS, Greater Noida.
  • 10. Celebrations of World Health Day 2021 at GIMS.
  • 11. Mission Mahila celebrations 2021 at UHTC Kasna
  • 12. World breastfeeding week celebrations 2021 at UHTC Kasna
  • 13. National road safety awareness week 2021 celebrations at GIMS.
  • 14. Organized CME on COVID-19 Perparedness and Response through the lens of health system 30th Oct 2021 at GIMS
S.No
Name
Location
1
Urban health Training center
PHC Kasna
2
Rural Health Training Center
CHC Dankaur
3
Primary health centre
PHC Jewar
4
Primary health centre
PHC Bishrakh

URBAN HEALTH TRAINING CENTER

Location: UPHC Kasna, Gautam Budh Nagar, Uttar Pradesh.

  • · Population covered: 104415
  • · No. of households: 29833

Services:
  • · It provides comprehensive health care to the community with daily OPD of 100 beneficiaries
  • · Laboratory services: includes -Hb estimation, Sputum microscopy, Routine Urine examination, Blood group, Widal test, Malaria Ag and HIV Rapid test kit
  • · Maternal and child health services under RCH Programme–Antenatal & postnatal care
  • · Immunization services
  • · Family Planning services
  • · Health education to the community
  • · School health services in the schools located in the catchment area
  • · Conducting public health research.
  • · Demographic population survey
  • · Designated Microscopy centre
  • · Non-Communicable disease clinic
  • · Muhkya mantri Aarogya Mela (every Sunday)
  • · Participation in Arogya Health Camp

RURAL HEALTH TRAINING CENTER

Location: PHC Dankaur, Gautam Budh Nagar, Uttar Pradesh

  • · Population covered: 3 lakh 20 thousand
  • · No. of households: 20000

Services:
  • · It provides comprehensive health care to the community with daily OPD of 120-150 daily
  • · National programmes are being implemented in catchment area through centre.
  • · Maternal and child health services under RCH Programme–Antenatal, postnatal
  • · Delivery services (90-100 per month)
  • · Laboratory services
  • · Immunization services
  • · Family Planning services
  • · DMC Cum DOTS centre
  • · Health education to the community
  • · School health services in the schools located in the catchment area
  • · Demographic population survey.
  • · Conducting public health research.

VISION PLAN OF DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY MEDICINE

Present status
First 1 year
First 5 years
Next 10 years
  • a. U.G teaching
  • b. Field work
  • c. Research
  • d. Faculty Development
  • The department plans to organize
  • a. 01 CME
  • b. 01 Workshop
  • c. To obtain sponsored projects with financial assistance from ICMR, MOHFW & UNICEF and other agencies
  • a. To establish school of public health in collaboration with John Hopkins’s school of public health

ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES OF FACULTY

S.No
Faculty
Responsibilities
1
DR. RAMBHA PATHAK
  • · Dean GIMS
  • · Faculty Incharge training
  • · Member, Medical Education Unit.
  • · Member, Curriculum Committee
2
DR. ANURAG KR. SRIVASTAVA
  • · Faculty in charge - Administration
  • · Nodal officer PMJAY
  • · Member secretary of GIMS scientific research committee.
  • · Member of institutional ethical committee.
  • · Nodal officer Mukyamantri Jan Aarogya Mela
3
DR. PRIYANKA
· PMJAY
4
DR. HARIOM KR. SOLANKI
  • · Tender opening committee
  • · Co- incharge -Preparation of isolation ward on 4th Floor

COVID DUTIES OF FACULTY

S.No
Name of faculty
Responsibilities
1
Dr. RAMBHA PATHAK
  • · Organizing training programmes for prevention & Control of COVID 19 in the institute and on Zoom for the district GB Nagar
  • · Conduction of Ethical care seminar
2
DR. ANURAG KR. SRIVASTAVA
  • · Nodal officer COVID data Reporting
3
DR. PRIYANKA
· Asso. Prof
4
DR. HARIOM KR. SOLANKI
  • · Covid control room
  • · Ethical care seminar

FACULTY DETAILS:

Current Position

  • Dean & Professor & Head
  • Dept. Of Community Medicine Govt. Institute of Medical Sciences King ‘George Medical University Greater Noida, Gautam Budh Nagar, UP

Dr. Rambha Pathak
  • AREA OF INTEREST:
  • Nutrition, Maternal and Child health and Non communicable disease Epidemiology

  • EDUCATION:
  • MBBS, Aug 1996 - Calcutta National Medical College, Calcutta University MD (Community Medicine)- MAY 2005 - Indira Gandhi Medical College, Shimla, DNB (SOCIAL AND PREVENTIVE MEDICINE)-Feb 2006

Work Experience:

Designation
Institute
Duration
Years of experience
Dean
Govt. Institute of Medical Sciences, Greater Noida, UP
26 June 2020 -till date
7 months
Prof. & Head Dept. of Community Medicine
Govt. Institute of Medical Sciences, Greater Noida, UP
26feb 2020 -till date
11 months
Prof & Head, Dept. of Community Medicine
Hamdard Institute of Medical Sciences & Research, Jamia Hamdard, New Delhi
July 2015- Feb 2020
4 years 8 months
Associate Professor Dept. of Community Medicine
Hamdard Institute of Medical Sciences & Research, Jamia Hamdard, New Delhi
Jan 2014 – June 2015
1yr 6months
Associate Professor Dept. of Community Medicine
MM Institute of Medical Sciences & Research, Mullana, Ambala
July 2012- Dec 2013
1yr 6months
Assistant Professor Dept. of Community Medicine
MM Institute of Medical Sciences & Research, Mullana, Ambala
July 2008- June 2012
4 years
Demonstrator Dept. of Community Medicine
Govt. Institute of Medical Sciences, Chandigarh
July 2005- June 2008
3 years

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE:

TOTAL TEACHING & RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

19 years as undergraduate and 9 yrs as postgraduate teacher

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS

Google scholar
Researchgate
Scopus
Citations
706
402
74
h-index
13
11
7
S No
Title
Role
Status
Funding
1
A Phase II, Open Label, Randomized Controlled Trial to Assess the Safety and Efficacy of Convalescent Plasma to Limit COVID-19 Associated Complications
Co- Investigator
Completed
ICMR
2
Establishment of Biorepository of blood samples from COVID-19 cases
Principal Investigator
Completed
ICMR-NIMR
3
Effectiveness of Ivermectin in preventing development of symptomatic Covid-19 among primary contacts of newly diagnosed Covid-19 patients at a tertiary care hospital in India - an interventional study
Principal Investigator
Ongoing
Intramural
4
Determinants of Covid-19 infection in healthcare workers
Co- Investigator
Ongoing
Intramural
5
Barriers to and enablers of plasma donation by previously covid-19 positive patientstreated at a tertiary care hospital in North India - a cross sectional study
Co- Investigator
Ongoing
Intramural
6
Integration of Maternal, Infant and Young Child Nutrition into the undergraduate medical student curriculum
Principal Investigator
Completed
Bill Milinda Gates Foundation
7
Improving Tuberculosis notification and adherence to RNTCP treatment regime by private practitioners: An interventional study in Delhi, India
Principal Investigator
Completed
Delhi State Task force on RNTCP

RESEARCH PROJECTS:

CO-INVESTIGATOR IN FOLLOWING RESEARCH PROJECTS:

SUPERVISOR & CO- SUPERVISOR OF POST GRADUATE THESIS FOR AWARD OF DEGREE OF MD (COMMUNITY MEDICINE :

STS PROJECTS :

CONFERENCES, CMES & WORKSHOPS OF NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL LEVEL ORGANIZED & INVITED AS CHAIRPERSON OR GUEST SPEAKER:

S No
Title of Programme
Institute where attended
Duration (Date)
Activity
1
2nd International conference on Environmental and Occupational Health
National Institute of Health a& Family Welfare , New Delhi
24-27thSeptember 2016
Collaborated and organized as member of scientific committee
2
National Conference on Sharing perspectives in Public Health: Newer Paradigms
Army College of ,Medical Sciences
10th Sept. 2016
Invited as guest speaker
3
60th Annual National conference of Indian Public Health Association , 2016
Himalayan Institute of Medical Sciences , Dehradun,
4th -6th march 2016
Invited as chairperson
4
28th Annual conference of Indian Society for Atherosclerosis & Research
Jamia Hamdard
29th -31st October 2015
Member of Organizing committee
5
Accelerating and synchronizing actions of Nourishing Bihar’s Children
AIIMS Patna by UNICEF
08-09 October 2015
Invited as an expert
6
Hands – on Workshop on Data Analysis
Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi.
04-05th December 2015
Invited as guest speaker
7
World Mental Health Week Celebration 2015
HIMSR , Jamia Hamdard, DELHI
06-12 December 2015
Organised
8
CME cum Workshop on “Contraception Update & PPIUCD Insertion Techniques”
HIMSR, , Jamia Hamdard, DELHI
17th October 2015 (DMC Credit hours-5hours)
Invited as chairperson
9
CME on Immunization updates
HIMSR, , Jamia Hamdard, DELHI
27 April 2016
Organised
10
CME on “Elimination of Hepatitis”
HIMSR, Jamia Hamdard, DELHI,
17 December 2016 (DMC Credit hours- 3hrs 45min)
Organised
11
Chairperson in the CME cum Workshop on overview of cervical lesions and anagement guidelines,
HIMSR, , Jamia Hamdard, DELHI
Organised
12
CME on How to write Research Paper
HIMSR , , Jamia Hamdard, DELHI
7th May 2018,
Resource Faculty
13
.Faculty trainer at Medical Conventus,
Lady Hardinge Medical College
June 17 and 18, 2018
14
Elderly care under National Programme for Health Care of the Elderly” on
Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi.
18th -20th April, 2018 at
Resource faculty in training of trainers
15
RNTCP: State task force meet: Held in February 8th 2018 in convention centre for talks and meetings on strategies to end TB
Convention centre, Jamia Hamdard
8TH Feb 2018
Organised
16
Member organising committee of 3rd International conference on Ocuupational & Environmental Health
- VMMC & SJH, NIHFW and, OHS-MCS New Delhi
23rd-25th September 2016
Organized
17
Member organising committee of 4th International conference on Ocuupational & Environmental Health Lady Hardinge Mediacl College , New Delhi August 2018 Organized
Lady Hardinge Mediacl College , New Delhi
February 2019
Organized
18
Chairperson IAPSMCON2020
AIIMS, New Delhi
29th Feb-2nd March 2020
Member organizing committee
19
Guest speaker in National Workshops organized on supportive supervision of Nutritional programs- 2 session organized at AIIMS Patna in 2019 & 2020
20
Presentation in NITI Aayog on quality assessment of MIYCN service delivery in first 1000 days of life to drive action for improvement (7 July 2020 on cisco webex webinar)
21
Guest speaker in national online conference ‘POSHANCON’ on Integrated MIYCN curriculum on 17th October 2020

EXPERIENCE AS A REVIEWER OF JOURNALS :

FACULTY DETAILS:

Current Position

  • · Associate Professor in Department of Community Medicine, Government Institute of Medical Sciences Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh

MEDICAL SPECIALTY

  • · Community Medicine

SUB-SPECIALTIES

  • · Epidemiology
  • · Nutrition And Health
  • · Communicable And Non Communicable Diseases
  • · Primary Health Care
  • · Reproductive And Child Health
  • · Health Management

2. Dr. Anurag Srivastava, Associate Professor
  • EDUCATION:
  • M.B.B.S (2001): King George Medical College, Lucknow University, Lucknow
  • M.D (2006): Ganesh Shanker Vidyathi Memorial Medical College, Kanpur University, Kanpur

  • MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES
  • · Life member of IAPSM
  • · Life member of IEA-SEA
  • · Life member of IPHA

PEER REVIEWER/ADVISORY BOARD OF JOURNALS/ PROFESSIONAL SCIENTIFIC BODIES

COMPUTER PROFICIENCY:

KEY RESEARCH EXPERIENCE:

ON-GOING RESEARCH PROJECTS

COMPLETED EXTRAMURAL RESEARCH PROJECTS

Title of Research Project
Period
Status of the Project (Sanctioned money, position etc.)
Sponsoring Agency
Neonatal Care Pattern in Rural Amroha: Explore the Gaps & Potential Improvement Options
2016
2017
Completed, worked as Chief investigator
UNICEF
RCH Advocacy through PRI Members district Bareilly.
Aug 2006
July 2007
Completed , worked as project coordinator
SIFPSA
To study the role of occupation, education and socioeconomic status in response to experimental pain
Aug 2008
Nov 2008
Completed, worked as Chief investigator
Indian Council of Medical Research
Epidemiological investigation of lifestyle associated modifiable risk factors among medical students
Aug 2011
Nov 2011
Completed, worked as Chief investigator
Indian Council of Medical Research

RESEARCH PAPER PUBLICATIONS:

  • 1. Sharma R, Seth S, Solanki H K Neha Mishra, Anurag Srivastava, Kiran Jakhar. COVID-19 and Obstetrical Care: Coping With New Stress. Cureus 2020; 12(12): e12116.
  • 2. Sumit Saxena , Anurag Srivastava , Anju Saxena. Job satisfaction among ASHA’s working in villages: A cross sectional study from district Bareilly. International Journal of Health and Clinical Research, 2020;3(5):22-29
  • 3. Bahal SP, Saxena S, Srivastava A. Correlates of type-2 diabetes mellitus in urban slums population Moradabad. Int J Community Med Public Health 2018; 5:2425-30
  • 4. Pandey A, Kumar P, Srivastava A, Gupta A, Rawat J, Wakhlu A, et al. Leaving against medical advice: Pediatric surgical perspective. J Med Soc 2018; 32:18-21
  • 5. Singh S, Priya N, Roy D, Srivastava A, Kishore S. Trends in contraceptive demands and unmet need for family planning in migrant population of Uttarakhand. Int J Community Med Public Health 2018; 5:590-5
  • 6. Sumit Saxena, Anurag Srivastava, Sonam Maheshwari, Anju Saxena. Assessment of Knowledge & Contributing Factors of Accredited Social Health Activist (ASHA) Workers Regarding Antenatal Care in Bhojipura Block, District Bareilly. Healthline 2017; 8, 2:27-35
  • 7. Srivastava A, Kumar R, Sharma M. Nutritional Anemia in Adolescent Girls: an epidemiological study. Int J Community Med Public Health 2016; 3:808-12.
  • 8. Khan S, Srivastava A, Juneja K, Rani. Diabetic foot wound care practices among patients visiting a tertiary care hospital in north India. Indian J Comm Health. 2016; 28, 3: 260-268.
  • 9. Kumar R, Bahal SP, Srivastava A. Morbidity pattern of geriatric population in rural areas of western Uttar Pradesh. Int J Med Sci Public Health 2016; 5:430-433
  • 10. Choube A, Bahal SP, Srivastava A, Sharma M. Knowledge and Child Care Practice Regarding Childhood Diarrhoea – A Cross Sectional Study. Ind J Comm Health. 2014; 26 (3): 285-291
  • 11. Choube A, Bhushan kumar, Syed E Mahmood, Anurag Srivastava Potential risk factors contribution to acute respiratory infections in under five age group children; International Journal of Medical Sciences and Public Health 2014 ; 3 (1) : 1385-1388
  • 12. Anurag Srivastava, Syed E Mahmood, Ved P Shrotriya, Payal Mishra. Correlates of Maternal Health care utilization in Rohilkhand Region, India; Annals of Medical and Health Sciences Research May-Jun 2014; 4 (3): 417-425 ((PMCID: PMC4071744)
  • 13. Sharma M, Srivastava A, Gupta S C; Study of Socio-Demographic Factors among Injured Persons in a District of Western Uttar Pradesh – A Cross Sectional Study. Acta Medica International 2014; 1(1): 22-34
  • 14. Singh L, Agarwal A, Srivastava A. Sputum Smear Conversion during an Alternative Method for Providing “Directly Observed Therapy Short Course” In A Rural Setup through Mobile Team. National J Community Med, 2014; 5(1): 69-72.
  • 15. Atul Kumar Singh, Anurag Srivastava, S.B. Gupta. The prevalence and outcome of HIV and syphilis infection in pregnant mothers in Bundelkhand Region of Uttar Pradesh, India. Indian Journal of Maternal and Child Health, 2013 Oct-Dec; 15 (4), 1-8
  • 16. Sharma M, Srivastava A, Singh B, Gupta SC.Injuries in rural and urban areas of Agra district: an observational study. Ind J Comm Health, 2013; 25(4); 480 – 487
  • 17. Anurag Srivastava, Mukesh Sharma, Saumya Gupta, Sumit Saxena. Epidemiological investigation of lifestyle associated modifiable risk factors among medical students. National Journal of Medical Research, 2013 July-Sept 3(2), 210-215
  • 18. Syed E Mahmood Anurag Srivastava, Ved P Shrotriya, Payal Mishra. Infant feeding practices in the rural population of North India; Journal of Family and Community Medicine, Aug 2012, Vol 19(2), 130-035 (PMCID: PMC3410177 )
  • 19. Anurag Srivastava, Syed E Mahmood, Payal M Srivastava, Ved P Shrotriya. Nutritional status of school-age children – A scenario of urban slums in India; Archives of Public Health, 2012, Vol 70, issue 8. (PMCID: PMC3436633)
  • 20. Das Bandana, Mohanty Rabi Narayan, Anurag Srivastava. Awareness, satisfaction and utilization of Integrated Child Development Services by mothers in rural Orissa. Indian Journal of Maternal and Child Health, 2012 Apr-Jun; 14 (2), 1-8
  • 21. Vyas Shaili, Sharma Parul, Kandpal S D, Semwal Jayanti, Srivastava Anurag. A community based study on breastfeeding practices in a rural area of Uttarakhand. National journal of community medicine 2012 Apr-June; 3(2), 283-286
  • 22. Anurag Srivastava, Bhushan Kumar, Mahmood Syed Esam, Shrotriya Ved Prakash, Mishra Srivastava Payal, Shaifali Iram. Nutritional status of under five children in urban slums of Bareilly. Indian Journal of Maternal and Child Health, 2012 Jan-Mar; 14 (1), 1-8
  • 23. Anurag Srivastava, Syed Esam Mahmood, Payal Mishra Srivastava. Trend of Dengue in a Tertiary Care Hospital of Bareilly, Western Uttar Pradesh. National Journal of Medical and Allied Sciences 2012;1(2):44-49
  • 24. Manoj Gupta, Indu Saxena, Anurag Srivastava. Effect of Socioeconomics Status on Response to Experimental Pain. International Letters Series in Therapeutic Education, 2011 (7), 1-6
  • 25. Syed Esam Mahmood, Anurag Srivastava, Ved Prakash Shrotriya, Iram Shaifali, Payal Mishra. Postpartum Contraceptive Use in Rural Bareilly. Indian Journal of Community Health 2011 .23(2), 56-57
  • 26. Atul Kumar Singh, Dabral M, Gupta SB, Anurag Srivastava. Maternal risk factors and their effects on Pregnancy Outcome - A cross-sectional study. Indian Journal of Maternal and Child Health, 2011 July-Sep; 13 (3), 1-8
  • 27. Anurag Srivastava, S E Mahmood, Payal Mishra, V P Shrotriya. Adolescence Awareness: a Better Tool to Combat HIV/AIDS; National Journal of Community Medicine;2011, 2(1), 86-90
  • 28. S E Mahmood, Anurag Srivastava, V P Shrotriya, Payal Mishra,. Prevalence and Epidemiological Correlates of Hypertension among Labour Population; National Journal of Community Medicine; 2011, 2(1), 43-48
  • 29. Anurag Srivastava, J P Srivastava, S C Saxena, V K Srivastava. Leprosy a Disease - Knowledge and Perception of Registered Leprosy Patients; Indian Journal of Preventive and Social Medicine; Apr-June 2011 Vol 42(2); 204-09
  • 30. Anurag Srivastava, J P Srivastava, S C Saxena, V K Srivastava. Level of Satisfaction Towards Health Service Providers Among Registered Leprosy Patients in Primary Health Care Delivery System Under Leprosy Eradication Programme in India; Indian Journal of Preventive and Social Medicine, Jul-Sep 2011vol 42(3); 278-82
  • 31. Srivastava Anurag, Mishra Payal, Shrotriya V P, Martolia D S. Breast Feeding Practices in Women From Urban and Rural Areas – A Comparative Study; Indian Journal of Maternal and Child Health.; 2010 April-June; 12 (2), 1-10
  • 32. A study of the functional aberration of the pouch in anorectal malformation associated with congenital pouch colon; Colorectal Disease; 2010 Mar;12(3):226-31
  • 33. Anurag Srivastava, Payal Mishra, D S Martolia, V P Shrotriya. Medical Students and Smoking: Determinants and Associated Factors; Biomedicine, 2010; 30(1), 63-84
  • 34. Placement of the Peritoneal End of a Ventriculoperitoneal Shunt in the Suprahepatic Space: Does it Improve Prognosis?; Pediatric Neurosurgery; 2009;45(1):6-10
  • 35. A pilot study on the role of T-Tube in typhoid ileal perforation in children; World Journal of Surgery; 2008 Dec;32(12):2607-11
  • 36. Open suprapubic cystolithotomy in children as day care surgery: Is it possible?; Current Urology; 2007;1:130-133
  • 37. Suresh Chandra, R P Sharma, Nadeem Ahmad, Anurag Srivastava. Assessment of Knowledge about Vitamin A Prophylaxis Programme among Health and ICDS Functionaries In District Banda (U.P) - A Community Based Study. Indian Journal of Community Health 2005 .17(1), 31-34
  • 38. Anurag Srivastava, J P Srivastava, S C Saxena, V K Srivastava. Epidemiological Profile of Leprosy Patients and Its Correlation with Their Treatment Compliance in Rural Area of Kanpur. Indian Journal of Community Health 2004. 16(2), 24-29
  • CMEs ORGANIZED

    CONFERENCES/WORKSHOPS ATTENDED

    OTHERS:

    FACULTY DETAILS:

    3. Dr Priyanka, Associate Professor:

    FACULTY DETAILS:

    4. Dr Hariom Kumar Solanki, Assistant Professor
    • Ambition:
    • To eliminate sufferings of people due to preventable causes and help in bringing better health and prosperity to lives of as many as possible.
    • Present position:
    • 1. Assistant Prof, Community Medicine; Govt. Institute of Medical Sciences (GIMS), Greater Noida, GB Nagar, UP: 20 Mar 2020-till date. (MCI teacher id: COM-2229655)
    • 2. National Consultant Trainer CP/CPHC, NHSRC, Delhi: Nov 2019 - till date

    Qualifications:

    Degree
    College/ University
    Year of passing
    MBBS
    Maulana Azad Medical College, Delhi (Delhi University)
    2010
    MD – Community Medicine
    All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi (AIIMS, New Delhi)
    2015

    M.D. Thesis Title:

    Work Experience:

    Designation
    Organization/Institute
    Duration
    National Consultant (Monitoring & Evaluation)
    Dte. NVBDCP, MoHFW, Govt. of India
    28-11-2018 - 14-03-2019
    Assistant Professor (Community Medicine)
    Govt. Medical College, Haldwani (U.K.)
    15-09-2015 - 27-11-2018
    Junior Resident (Acad.)
    AIIMS, New Delhi
    02-07-2012 - 01-07-2015
    Medical Officer
    Mobile Health Services, DHS, Govt. of NCT Delhi
    15-12-2011 - 27-04-2012
    Junior Resident (Non-academic)
    BJRM Hospital, Jhangir Puri, Delhi, Govt. of NCT Delhi
    15-02-2011 - 18-06-2011
    Rotatory Internship
    MAMC & associated Hospitals
    01-01-2010 - 31-12-2010

    Membership of professional bodies: Life member of

    Interest areas:

    Skill profile:

    S.No
    Skill
    Explanation
    1
    Teaching & Training
    • . MBBS students, Medical Interns, PG Medical students
    • . Nursing students, Staff nurses
    • . Health assistants, ANM, AWW, ASHA
    • . Other health staff (MTS, District consultant etc.)
    2
    Field work
    • . Monitoring, Supervision & Evaluation of Health Services/ Health Facilities/ Health Programs/ Schemes
    • . Community based research work, Outbreak investigation
    3
    Administrative, Managerial Skills
    • . Experience of running Primary Health Centre (PHC) as MO in-charge and RHTC as in-charge including
    •    . Logistics, Financial management
    •    . Human Resource Management, Service delivery
    •    . Reporting and data management
    4
    Clinical Skills
    • . Proficient at diagnosing & treating common illnesses
    • . Proficient at initial management of all medical emergencies and casualties
    • . MCH care including delivery care, newborn care
    5
    Program Implementation and Planning
    • . Involved in planning, implementation and supervision of NVBDCP activities at highest level
    • . Involved in implementation of all NHP at PHC level
    • . Planning & implementation of outreach campaigns
    •    . Ante Natal Care camps, Immunization camps
    •    . Pulse polio campaigns
    •    . Health camps in difficult to reach areas
    6
    Data Handling
  • . Experience of handling large data-sets
  •    . MIS data of over 90,000 population under HDSS Ballabgarh of INCLEN
  • . Proficient in the use of
  •    . MS Excel , Powerpoint presentations
  •    . Statistical softwares - Epi Info, SPSS, STATA
  • 7
    Scientific Research, Academic writing
    • . Proficient at
    •    . Writing proposal for and conducting scientific study
    •    . Writing Report, Scientific articles
    •    . Critically reviewing scientific literature
    •    . Continued Medical Education (CME) articles
    8
    Public speaking and Presentations
    • . Proficient at (among others)
    •    . Indoor Admission
    •    . Complete Pregnancy Care
    9
    Team Work
    • . Ability to work in a team both as a member & team leader

    Leadership roles:

    Research/ Academic work:

    MD Thesis/ Dissertation guided:

    List of articles published in peer reviewed journals:

    Article submitted for publication and under review: 02

    Reviewer of the following Journals/ Articles:

    Presentations at Conferences:

    International/ Regional Conference:

    National or sub-national conference:

    Other Conferences/ Conclaves/ Workshops/ Symposiums/ Training's:

    Online learning activity: Certificate of completion in the following:

    Extra-Curricular activities including Awards and Scholarships:

    Awards and Scholarships:

    Hobbies:

    FACULTY DETAILS:

    5. Dr. Deepshikha Verma , Assistant Professor:
    • Academic Qualifications/Licensures:
    • . Current Position: Assistant professor, Department of Community medicine, Government Institute of Medical Sciences, Greater Noida. [May 2022- present]
    • . Assistant professor, Department of Community medicine, Dr Baba Sahib Ambedkar Medical College , New Delhi, India [ August 2019- April 2022]
    • . Senior resident (Community Medicine) from Maulana Azad Medical college (MAMC), Delhi, India [November 2015- November 2018]
    • . M.D. (Community Medicine) from Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi, India [July 2012- June 2015]
    • . M.B.B.S. from Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi, India [July 2005- Dec 2010]

    Thesis

    A Follow-Up Study of Children Living with HIV & Factors Affecting their response to Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy, in Delhi .

    Conferences and seminars attended:

  • Ear and Hearing Care, 2018
  • Breast Cancer Screening, 2018
  • Biomedical waste management, 2017
  • Revised National Tuberculosis Control Programme (DOTS), 2017
  • Dissemination of ICMR National Ethical Guidelines, 2017
  • How to Write a Scientific Paper, 2016
  • Contraception Update and PPIUCD Insertion Technique,2015
  • X Joint Annual Conference of ISMOCD and IAE, National Institute of Malaria Research, 2014
  • Adolescent Medicine Update, Indian Academy of Pediatrics Delhi and Adolescent Health Academy, 2014
  • 2nd International Conference on Occupational & Environmental Health, 2014
  • The Burden of Non-communicable Diseases, American College of Physician, India National Conference, 2014
  • Recent Trends in Neonatology, 2014
  • HIV Infection: An Update, 2014
  • 1st workshop on Maternal Health Initiative and Governance- Including Citizen’s Partnership, 2014
  • 2nd International Workshop on Micronutrients and Child Health, 2014
  • International Workshop on Epidemiology and Control of Influenza, 2014
  • ACP India National Conference, 2014
  • Capacity Building Workshop on Ethics in HIV/AIDS Research, NACO, 2013
  • 1st International Conference on Occupational & Environment Health, ICOEH 2013
  • Capacity Building Workshop on Ethics in HIV/AIDS Research, NACO, 2013
  • Strategies for Public health in Disaster and Emergencies Emerging Public Health Challenges and Developing, IPHA DSB CON 2013
  • Emerging Public Health Challenges and Developing Strategies for Public health in Disaster and Emergencies, IPHA DSB CON 13, 2013
  • Workshop on Management of Chemical Exposures, Simple and Cost Effective Solutions using Stoffenmanager as a Risk Assessment Tool, ICOEH, 2013
  • NRHM - Paving the way towards MDGs, XVII Annual Conference of North Zone, Indian Association of Preventive and Social Medicine, 2013
  • Orientation workshop for Protocol Development, 201
  • International Conference and CME cum Workshop on Pharmacovigilance System and Rational Use of Medicines, 2nd National Conference Indian Society for Rational Pharmacotherapy, 201
  • Leprosy Orientation and Training Workshop, 2009

  • Original Research work

  • 1. Verma D, Acharya AS, Bachani D, Seth A, Hemal A. Effect of ART on anaemia in Children living with HIV attending tertiary care hospitals of New Delhi. Indian J Comm Health. 2014;26, Suppl S2:258-263
  • 2. Verma D, Acharya AS, Bachani D, Seth A. Clinico-Social and Immunological profile of Antiretroviral naïve children living with HIV in tertiary care hospital, New Delhi. SAARC J Tuber Lung Dis. 2016; XIII(1):32-38
  • 3. Verma D, Bachani D, Acharya AS, Seth A, Hemal A. Factors affecting adherence to treatment in children living with HIV. Indian J Sex Transm Dis 2020;41:181-187
  • Under review

  • 1. Verma D, AS Acharya, D Bachani, A Seth, A Hemal. Adherence And Outcome Of Antiretroviral Treatment In HIV Positive Children Of Delhi, India
  • 2. Psychosocial impact of Covid-19 pandemic and its correlates among adults in Delhi.

  • Membership

  • Member of Indian Association of Preventive and Social Medicine (IAPSM).
  • Member of Indian Public Health Association (IPHA).
  • Member of Indian Association for Adolescent Health.
  • Member of Delhi Medical Association.

  • AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS

  • Awarded Best Scientific Paper award in conference on Emerging Public Health Challenges and Developing Strategies for Public health in Disaster and Emergencies, IPHA DSB CON 2013
  • Awarded consolation prize in Medico Movement against Female Foeticide, 2010
  • First Prize in Essay writing Competition, LHMC 2007
  • Awarded Pratibha Samman, Akhil Bhartiya Vidharthi Parishad, 2001
  • Awarded First prize for creative writing competition, 2000
  • Awarded Pratibha Samman, Akhil Bhartiya Vidharthi Parishad, 1999