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It has always been an important objective of the University to strengthen the dissemination of the research work being conducted at the Institute. In this endeavour, the Institute publishes occasional papers, working papers, policy briefs and newsletters. In order to explore major issues of health policy and health management including population and family welfare in developing countries, the University also publishes Journal of Health Management, a quarterly publication from the Sage Publications, New Delhi.
The Journal caters to the needs of health policy makers, health managers, reflective practitioners and action-oriented researchers. As a referred publication, the Journal features articles based on first-hand experiences and empirical research and cases related to management and policy issues analyzed from different points of view. It contains reviews articles on specific aspects of health management; book reviews; abstracts of current literature from journals, books and other sources; bibliographic essays on significant papers and books published outside India; and a listing of resources, including training manuals, technical guidelines, IEC material, instruments, and source books.
IIHMR Newsletter is published to bring together a short account of the significant happenings at the Institute. It updates readers on the development activities and events in the recent months.
  • Barla, P. K. (2016). Probable Social Remedies to Improve the Family Planning Methods-A study on Awareness and Attitude of Adolescents in Rural Jharkhand. Amity Journal of Healthcare Management AJHM ADMAA Amity Journal of Healthcare Management, 1(11), 41–50.
  • Barman, D., Vadrevu, L., & Vyas, D. (2016). Determinants of Childbirth Assistance in the Remote Islands of the Indian Sundarbans: A Multinomial Regression Analysis. Journal of Health Management, 18(4), 523–535.
  • Chattopadhyay, S. P., & Chaudhary, D. K. (2016). Influence of IEC on Sustainability of Sanitation Project-A Case study of Community based total Sanitation Programin Churu District of Rajasthan,India. International Journal of Research in Economics and Social Sciences (IJRESS), 6(7), 93–104.
  • Daud, A., Peepliwal, A., Bonde, M., Sapkal, N., & Gaikwad, N. (2016). Design and Development of Nicotiana Tabacum Flim Using FActorial Design. International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 8(8). Retrieved from
  • Govil, D., Purohit, N., Gupta, S. D., & Mohanty, S. K. (2016). Out-of-pocket expenditure on prenatal and natal care post Janani Suraksha Yojana: a case from Rajasthan, India. Journal of Health, Population, and Nutrition, 35, 15.
  • Khiste, R. H., Peepliwal, A., & Jain, H. K. (2016). A Novel Syntesis Route to Indolopyridoquinazoline. Indo American Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, 6(01), 4051–4061.
  • Lalitha Vadrevu, Vinod Kumar, & Barun Kanjilal. (2016). Rising challenge of multiple morbidities among the rural poor in India—a case of the Sundarbans in West Bengal. International Journal of Medical Science and Public Health, 5(2), 343–350.
  • Leyvraz, M., Wirth, J. P., Woodruff, B. A., Sankar, R., Sodani, P. R., Sharma, N. D., & Aaron, G. J. (2016). High coverage and utilization of fortified take-home rations among children 6-35 months of age provided through the integrated child development services program: Findings from a cross-sectional survey in telangana, India. PLoS ONE, 11(10), e0160814.
  • Mathur, A. K., & Bandhu, A. (2016a). A Baseline Study on Use of Seatbelt by Drivers and Passengers in Urban, Rural and Highways of Rajasthan, India. International Journal of Science and Research Methodology, 4(2), 77–93.
  • Mathur, A. K., & Bandhu, A. (2016b). Prevalence of Helmet-use in Rajasthan, India: Implications for Policy. International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology (An ISO Certified Organization), 5(8), 14924–14929.
  • Mishra, M. (2016). Health Careers. In The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Gender and Sexuality Studies (pp. 1–4). John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
  • Parwez, S. (2016a). A Comparative Study of Gujarat and Kerala Developmental Experiences. International Journal of Rural Management, 12(2), 104–124.
  • Parwez, S. (2016b). A Conceptual Model for Integration of Indian Food Supply Chains. Global Business Review, 17(4), 834–850.
  • Parwez, S. (2016c). A Study on Special Economic Zone Implicated Land. International Journal of Development and Conflict, 6, 136–153.
  • Parwez, S., & Sen, V. (2016). Special Economic Zone, Land Acquisition, and Impact on Rural India. Emerging Economy Studies, 2(2), 223–239.
  • Payne, H. E., Gray, B., Davis, S. F., Hine, C. A., Das, A., Kabra, M., & Crookston, B. T. (2016). Factors associated with food insecurity among women and children in rural Rajasthan, India. Journal of Gender, Agriculture and Food Security, 1(3), 23–39.
  • Pradhan, M. R., Gouda, J., & Prusty, R. K. (2016). Contraceptive Behaviour and its Determinants among Scheduled Tribes in India: A Regional Analysis. Social Science Spectrum, 2(2), 119–130.
  • Pritchard, B., Dixon, J., Hull, E., & Choithani, C. (2016). ‘Stepping back and moving in’: the role of the state in the contemporary food regime. Journal of Peasant Studies, 43(3), 693–710.
  • Prusty, R. K., & Unisa, S. (2016). Modern and traditional care practices to childhood Morbidities in rural Odisha , India?: A Case study of Rural Jajapur District , District India. International Research Journal of Social Sciences, 5(10), 1–6.
  • Raj, V. K., Peepliwal, A., & Lariya, S. K. (2016). Pharmacological screening of poly-herbal combination for anti acne activity. Der Pharmacia Lettre, 8(3), 182–188. Retrieved from
  • Raj, V., Peepliwal, A., & NIMS, S. K. L. (2016). Phytochemical and Antimicrobial Screening of Extracts of Polyherbal Formaulation for Anti Acne Activity. World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, 32(2), 40–48.
  • Singh, A., Bairwa, M., Goel, S., Bypareddy, R., & Mithra, P. (2016). Prevalence and predictors of unmet needs among the elderly residents of the rural field practice area of a tertiary care centre from Northern India. Malaysian Journal of Medical Sciences, 23(5), 44–50.
  • Singh, J., Rajput, M., Rajput, R., & Bairwa, M. (2016). Prevalence and Predictors of Metabolic Syndrome in a North Indian Rural Population: A Community Based Study. Journal of Global Diabetes & Clinical Metabolism, 1(2), 2–5. Retrieved from
  • Srivastava, R., & Banerjee, S. (2016). Indian Pharmaceutical Industry - A plethora of Sustainable Growth Opportunities for pharma business aspirants. PharmaTutor, 4(3), 13–16.
  • Thummala, V. R., Sultan, S., & Banerjee, S. K. (2016). Cutting Edge Futuristic Insulin Therapies for Effective Diabetes Management. International Journal of Chemistry, Pharmacy & Technology, 1(1), 23–27.
  • Varshney, D., Atkins, S., Das, A., & Diwan, V. (2016). Understanding collaboration in a multi-national research capacity-building partnership: A qualitative study. Health Research Policy and Systems, 14(1), 1–10.
  • Wirth, J. P., Leyvraz, M., Sodani, P. R., Aaron, G. J., Sharma, N. D., & Woodruff, B. A. (2016). Coverage of adequately iodized salt is suboptimal and rice fortification using public distribution channels could reach low-income households: Findings from a cross-sectional survey of anganwadi center catchment areas in telangana, India. PLoS ONE, 11(7), e0158554.
  • Narula, S. (2016). Role of Dairy cooperatives in Economic empowerment of Rural Women of Rajasthan. International Journal of Management and Business Research, 5(8(3)), 175–210.
  • Narula, S. (2016). Factors influencing Type 2 diabetes mellitus –A case study of Jaipur. International Journal of Management and Business Research, 5(9 (4)), 190–217.