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Centre for Enquiry into Health and Allied Themes (CEHAT)
An independent research institute, based in Mumbai, under the Anusandhan Trust conducting research in health and allied topics
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Address: CEHAT
Survey No.2804 & 2805
Aaram Society Road, Vakola
Santacruz East
Mumbai - 400 055
Tel: 91-22-26673571/ 26673154
Fax: 91-22-26673156
Website: http://www.cehat.org
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Redressing Violence Against Women in COVID 19: Experience of Hospital-based Centres in Mumbai, India
The pandemic has brought a sharp focus on the issue of domestic violence. Over the last few months while COVID 19 has in general led to deaths and disruption of lives, it has, in particular, been an e...
by Sangeeta Rege | Published On 01 Nov 2020
Gender in Medical Education: Perceptions of Medical Educators
Over the last few decades, systematic critiques of medicine and public health curricula in India have highlighted many lapses in the inclusion of social determinants of health in medical education. ...
by Priya John | Published On 01 Jan 2015
Health of Muslims in Maharashtra
This report is an effort to understand the health status of Muslims in Maharashtra. The report is based on analysis of National Family Health Surveys (NFHS), District Level Household Surveys (DLHS)...
by Sana Contractor | Published On 01 Sep 2014
Basic Procedures to be Followed in Sexual Assault Cases: Towards Guidelines for Support Groups and Others
This note is meant for all those individuals who want to assist sexual assault / rape survivors in their quest for legal justice. Of utmost importance is provision of psycho social support to survivo...
by ... CEHAT | Published On 01 Dec 2013
Ethical Guidelines for Counselling Women Facing Domestic Violence
This document lays down ethical principles and guidelines to inform counselling practice in the best interest of the client. Ethical principles include Autonomy, Beneficence, Non-maleficence, Veracity...
by ... CEHAT | Published On 01 Jan 2013
Mapping Budget Processes in the Public Health Sector in Maharashtra
This study looked at budget processes related to health in two districts of Maharashtra and found that there was a significant variation in the way budget estimation was practiced at the level of Prim...
by Prashant Raymus | Published On 01 Jul 2012
Establishing a Comprehensive Health Sector Response to Sexual Assault
CEHAT is the first institution in India to have directly engaged with the public health sector to develop a health-system based model to respond to sexual assault. This initiative, which began in 200...
by ... CEHAT | Published On 01 Apr 2012
Living on the Margins: Prawn Harvesters from Little Rannof Kutch (An Exploratory Study of Health Status)
CEHAT in collaboration with Anandi designed and carried out the present study to document the living conditions of the prawn harvesters and availability and access to essential services. The study als...
by Anagha Pradhan | Published On 04 Nov 2011
Hospital based Crisis Centre for Domestic Violence: The Dilassa Model
The brief is based on the experience and the success of a hospital based Crisis Centres for women facing domestic violence in Mumbai - Dilaasa. It is a joint initiative of the MCGM and CEHAT, establ...
Section:Policy Briefs
by ... CEHAT | Published On 01 Nov 2011
Private Health Sector in Maharashtra: A Study of Private Hospitals
The study was conducted across 261 private hospitals from 10 districts of Maharashtra, Nashik, Nandurbar, Pune, Satara, Thane, Ratnagiri, Osmanabad, Aurangabad, Amravati and Gadchiroli. Greater Mum...
Section:Working Papers
by Padma Deosthali | Published On 01 Jul 2011
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