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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.
  • Das, A., Sivaraman, S., & Prajapati, K. (2019). Contraception Use: Does Socio Economic Factors Matter in Maharashtra, India? An Investigation through nFHS-4 Data. Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development, 10(5), 745.
  • Dubey, D. K., & Das, A. (2019). Socio-Demographic Determinants of Anemai among Women: A Study about Empowered Action Group (EAG) States of India. Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development, 10(5), 720–723. Retrieved from
  • Dubey, D. K., Rishipathak, P., & Das, A. (2019). Varying Patterns of Societal Discriminations in Anaemia among Women in India: Findings from Third and Fourth rounds of NFHS Survey. Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development, 10(5), 759.
  • Khan, K. A., Choudhary, M., Sinha, V. D., Gora, N., & Bairwa, M. (2019). Predictors of Outcome After Traumatic Brain Injuries: Experience of a Tertiary Health Care Institution in Northwest India. World Neurosurgery, 126, e699–e705.
  • Mathur, A. K. (2019). Coxswaining five generations at workplace: Prodigious task for HR Manager. International Journal of Research in Social Sciences, 9(2), 12–21.
  • Mathur, A. K. (2019). Internet Use and Misuse. International Journal of Research in Social Sciences, 9(5).
  • Mathur, A. K. (2019). Rivetted adolescents in the labyrinth of internet. International Journal of Research in Social Sciences, 9(5).
  • Mathur, A. K. (2019). Socio-economic status of Chhipa: The Hand- block Printers of Sanganer. International Journal of Research in Social Sciences, 9(2), 1–11.
  • Parwez, S., & Chandra Shekar, K. (2019). Understanding of grassroots innovations in India: evidence from the countryside. Society and Business Review, SBR-07-2018-0081.
  • Pilania, M., Yadav, V., Bairwa, M., Behera, P., Gupta, S. D., Khurana, H., … Poongothai, S. (2019). Prevalence of depression among the elderly (60 years and above) population in India, 1997–2016: a systematic review and meta-analysis. BMC Public Health, 19(1), 832.
  • Rajeev Singh Dhakad, & Kumar, A. (2019). Nutritional Health Status with Different Aspect of Target Group (Pregnant and Lactating Women): A Literature Review. International Journal of Research Granthaalayah: A Knowledge Repository, 7(5), 38–48.
  • Sharma, V. K., Gupta, S. D., Sharma, N., & Jain, N. (2019). Methodological Issues in Epidemiological Studies on Mental Health in Rural Populations an Introduction. In Mental Health and Illness Worldwide Book Series There are 8 volumes in this series Published 2017 - 2019 (pp. 1–13).
  • Singh, S., Collins, B. F., Bairwa, M., Joshi, J. M., Talwar, D., Singh, N., … Raghu, G. (2019, February). Hypersensitivity pneumonitis and its correlation with ambient air pollution in urban India. European Respiratory Journal.