Category Archives: W4/ Health, Medicine and Gender: Issues and Outcomes

A multidisciplinary profile of experts: Social Sciences Winter School 2014

The team of trainers is multidisciplinary and international (half from India, half from France), composed according to the chosen them (field of health studies), as follows:

NAME DISCIPLINE INSTITUTION
Workshop 1: Universalisation of health care: questions, methods and assessments
Bertrand Lefebvre Geography University of Rouen, Faculty of Tropical Medicine of Bangkok
Audrey Bochaton Geography University Paris Ouest Nanterre, Paris
Abhiroop Mukhopadhyay Economics Indian Statistical Institute Delhi
Venkat Raman Health Services Management Faculty of Management Studies University of Delhi
Olivier Telle Geography Institut Pasteur, Paris and Centre de Sciences Humaines (CSH),  New Delhi
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Workshop 4/ Health, Medicine and Gender: Issues and Outcomes (Social Sciences Winter School 2014)

A methodological workshop proposed by:

Coordinators: 

Prof. V. Sujatha, (Centre for the Study of Social Systems, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi)

Prof. Madhu Nagla, (Dept. of Sociology, Maharishi Dayanand University, Rohtak)

Invited Tutors:

Prof. Leena Abraham, (Centre for Studies in Sociology of Education, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai)

Prof. Ritu Priya, (Centre for Community Health and Social Medicine, JNU, New Delhi)

Prof. V.R.Muraleedharan, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, IIT, Chennai

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Selected students per workshop for Social Sciences Winter School 2014

We are happy to announce that 51 students have been selected for participating to the Social Sciences Winter School in Pondicherry, 2014. You can find below the lists of selected students per workshop, dispatched according to their preferences and their profiles.

The breakdown per workshop is as follows: Workshop 1 (13 students) / Workshop 2 (12 students) / Workshop 3 (13 students) / Workshop 4 (13 students).

The final list can be downloaded here: Student profile per workshop.