In the area of research, the International insitiute of health management research, Delhi is contributing to the development of health and population policies, strategies, programme monitoring, evaluation and generation of new knowledge. Over the years there has been an expansion in the nature and scope of projects and research studies undertaken by the Institute. The range is wide; from studies involving survey and data generation to exploratory and impact studies of health services and programmes. The Institute entered into policy research and development in a major way, influencing policy making at the state and central government levels. Some of the projects are interpretative in nature and have come up with new interpretations of ground reality.
Anganwadi centers that take care of pre-school children are at high risk for transmission of infectious diseases as they have the population that is vulnerable to infections in a group.Read More
Malaria related morbidity and mortality is relatively higher in tribal-dominated states of India, including Chhattisgarh, the State which has not been covered under the Intensified Malaria Control Project.Read More
Faculty of the institute are widely published, and have several peer-reviewed journal articles, books, conference proceeding to their credit. Additionally, to disseminate knowledge generated through various research projects, IIHMR also publishes working paper, policy briefs and newsletters.Read More
International Institute of health Management research Delhi encourage students to involve in many ongoing research Projects to understand the issue of concern in the area of public health, health care Information technology and hospitals.
IIHMR Delhi has been actively involved in providing wide range of consultancy services to UN Agencies such as UNICEF, International NGO, and other several organizations in the area of public health, Health care Information technology and Hospital since its beginning
All the postgraduate programmes have a strong research component, and each student is mandatorily required to complete a research dissertation for the completion of their postgraduate degree. Since 2008 over 800 dissertations of exceptionally high quality have been completed by students.