IgG anti-nucleocapsid antibodies reduced the risk of re-infection for a period of 6 months, says a research conducted by the PMC and PIPH joint team of researchers.


PIPH & PMC faculty’s Research Published in "Therapeutic Advances in Vaccines and Immunotherapy".

Identifying higher risk subgroups of health care workers for priority vaccination against COVID-19


PIPH & PMC faculty’s Research Published in International Journal of GYNECOLOGY & OBSTETRICS.

Knowledge of danger signs and BPCR at community level can significantly reduce pregnancy related complications.


Project review meeting of Naunehal Pilot Project.

Prof. ZA Bhutta, Director Research of the Center for Global Child Health, SickKids, Canada leading the project review meeting of Naunehal Pilot Project.


General body meeting of PAFEC KP Chapter held at PMC


PIPH faculty’s research on hand washing behavior change published in Oxford Journal of Public Health


PIPH faculty's article published in WHO EMRO's East Mediterranean Health Journal

Prime Foundation & AKU's collaborative research project published in Lancet - Global Health

Study was regarding community engagement for immunization.


Emergency & Disaster Management workshop in collaboration with Rescue 1122 and PDMA

Participants were trained by specialists from Rescue 1122 and Provincial Disaster Management Authority


Prime Institute of Public Health (PIPH) organized a session in continuation of its online lecture series on Saturday February 13, 2016. Dr. Sania Nishtar who is a renowned public health figure in Pakistan was the guest speaker. The theme of the lecture was “Future Trends in Pakistan’s Healthcare: Challenges and Opportunities.” The session was moderated by Dr. Zeeshan (Director Postgraduate Programs, PIPH).

During the opening remarks Dr. Zeeshan welcomed all the participants and provided them a brief introduction of the speaker. He also delivered a short presentation on the background of the MPH (Health Management and Policy) program offered at PIPH.

Talking to the audience Dr. Sania Nishtar said, “If we take any healthcare indicator we’ll see a huge gap between urban and rural areas. There has been improvement in the last decade, but of not any significant value.” She emphasized on the importance of narrowing down this gap.

She also talked about the different parameters of health system performance assessment. “The first parameter of health system performance assessment is equity, but we haven’t been able to achieve it. This tells us that people how have the means to buy healthcare services will access it from the market for a cost and those who don’t have the ability will be left behind. The second indicator is that of financial risk protection, which means that when people are faced with major healthcare expenditure they should not suffer catastrophic stress. Lastly there is responsiveness and satisfaction with respect to healthcare system.”

The lecture was followed by a question answer session and concluded with a thank you note from Dr. Zeeshan.

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