One of the biggest challenges [...] is being able to get an appropriate “national sample of deaths”
QES grant will enable global talent exchange and develop scholars
Tobacco tax increase in India’s Union budget 2017 is insufficient to improve public health
Key for achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals by 2030
Profile of Hellen Gelband, The Center for Disease Dynamics, Economics & Policy’s (CDDEP) Associate Director for Policy
Prof. Prabhat Jha shares his thoughts on Canada’s role in global health
Prof. Prabhat Jha shares his thoughts on Tobacco Control.
Director of the Centre for Global Health Research, Dr Prabhat Jha, has received this award in recognition for his outstanding contributions to population and public health.
The Varsity, University of Toronto’s student paper, sat down and spoke with Prof. Prabhat Jha about the Million Deaths Study.
A new interview with Prof. Prabhat Jha on the Million Death Study
The Economist profiles the changes to the modern smoking epidemic and the policies needed to reduce tobacco deaths
Registrar General of India report publishes the Causes of Death in India for 2004-6
South Asian countries must prioritise higher tobacco taxation and other control measures
Renal failure is a growing public health concern for India.
The burden of childhood cancer in India is substantially higher than previously suggested.
Cost effective solutions to address priority diseases, reduce poverty and increase economic growth
The number of smokers is rising and cigarettes are replacing bidi in India.
BMI, smoking, drinking and solid fuel use —combined— double or triple the risk of development of asthma.
Registrar General of India and the Centre for Global Health Research release statistics from the Sample Registration System and MDS
New demographic view of Indian adult mortality shows a east-west differences in the country
Cancer control in low and middle income countries is possible and will save lives
The DCP-3 Author Group presents key messages for costs, affordability, and feasibility of an essential package of cancer control
In India, women often seek facility delivery after complications arise, rather than to avoid complications.
Editors of the journal discuss quality and effective epidemiology in the global context
October 5, 2016 — Statistical Alliance for Vital Events (SAVE)
January 1, 2014 — Global Effects of Smoking, of Quitting, and of Taxing Tobacco
September 17, 2013 — TEDx: Death 101
April 20, 2012 — Cancer Deaths in India (English)
May 24, 2011 — Missing Girls in India (English)
October 21, 2010 — Malaria Deaths in India (English)