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Indian Journal of Community Medicine

Print ISSN
0970-0218
Electronic ISSN
1998-3581
Publisher
Proquest
Usage rank
9575
Article count
400
Free count
0
Free percentage
0.0
PDFs via platforms
Proquest, Medknow Publications, Gale, and CSA

  1. The unprecedented role of computers in improvement and transformation of public health: an emerging priority.

    Indian Journal of Community Medicine 40(1):8 (2015) PMID 25657506 PMCID PMC4317987

  2. Adarsh gram: a gandhian dream of gram swaraj.

    Indian Journal of Community Medicine 40(1):1 (2015) PMID 25657504 PMCID PMC4317974

  3. Risk factors for acute myocardial infarction in central India: a case-control study.

    Indian Journal of Community Medicine 40(1):19 (2015) PMID 25657508 PMCID PMC4317976

    Atherosclerosis is a multi-factorial disease involving the interplay of genetic and environmental factors. Studies highlighting the public health importance of risk factors like chronic infections causing acute myocardial infarction (AMI) in the Indian context are scarce. This study was undertak...
  4. Accuracy of visual assessment by school teachers in school eye screening program in delhi.

    Indian Journal of Community Medicine 40(1):38 (2015) PMID 25657511 PMCID PMC4317979

    Although school eye screening is a major activity of the National Program for Control of Blindness, inadequate evidence exists about accuracy of school teachers in screening. Compare quality of referral for subnormal vision by school teachers and primary eye care workers (PECW) in school childre...
  5. HIV-Risk Behavior Among the Male Migrant Factory Workers in a North Indian City.

    Indian Journal of Community Medicine 40(2):108 (2015) PMID 25861172 PMCID PMC4389497

    Male migrants act as a bridge for transmitting infection from core risk groups to general population and hence this group becomes essential for the HIV control program. Migrant workers constitute a large proportion of workforce in India and HIV/AIDS epidemic in them would cause huge economic los...
  6. Dengue Fever outbreak in delhi, north India: a clinico-epidemiological study.

    Indian Journal of Community Medicine 40(2):135 (2015) PMID 25861176 PMCID PMC4389501

    Dengue viruses, single-stranded positive polarity ribonucleic acid (RNA) viruses of the family Flaviviridae, are the most common cause of arboviral disease in the world. We report a clinico-epidemiological study of the dengue fever outbreak of 2010 from a tertiary care hospital in Delhi, North I...
  7. Models for primary eye care services in India.

    Indian Journal of Community Medicine 40(2):79 (2015) PMID 25861167 PMCID PMC4389507

    Blindness and visual impairment continues to be a major public health problem in India. Availability and easy access to primary eye care services is essential for elimination of avoidable blindness. 'Vision 2020: The Right to Sight - India' envisaged the need for establishing primary eye care un...
  8. Air nicotine levels in public places in ahmedabad, India: before and after implementation of the smoking ban.

    Indian Journal of Community Medicine 40(1):27 (2015) PMID 25657509 PMCID PMC4317977

    To compare air nicotine levels in public places in Ahmedabad, India, before (June 2008) and after (January, 2010) the implementation of a comprehensive smoking ban which was introduced in October 2008. Air nicotine concentrations were measured by sampling of vapor-phase nicotine using passive mo...
  9. Up Gradation of Departments of Community Medicine by Setting up Epidemiology Resource Centre: Need of an Hour.

    Indian Journal of Community Medicine 40(1):5 (2015) PMID 25657505 PMCID PMC4317982

  10. Prevalence of Malnutrition and Relationship with Scholastic Performance among Primary and Secondary School Children in Two Select Private Schools in Bangalore Rural District (India).

    Indian Journal of Community Medicine 40(2):97 (2015) PMID 25861170 PMCID PMC4389510

    Malnutrition is a serious problem among children in developing countries. In India; a school meal program is in place to combat malnutrition, but only in government schools. This study is an attempt to assess the prevalence of malnutrition in primary and secondary school children in private scho...