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   1990| July-September  | Volume 15 | Issue 3  
    Online since July 18, 2009

 
 
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Personality Characteristics Of Teachers Involved In The Delivery Of Primary Healthy Care (Sevagram Experiment)
D Singh, Roy D Choudhury, Pralhad N Rao, S Nayar
July-September 1990, 15(3):121-126
An attempt was made to study the personality traits influencing the performance of 17 primary school teachers selected under ICMR project in Wardha district, to investigate feasibility and effectiveness of their involvement as primary health care workers vis-à-vis the 19 community health volunteers introduced by the State Government in the non-teacher villages of the project at the same time. The results indicated that both the teachers and community health volunteers preferred preventive and promotive health tasks and they showed no significant difference on the motivation and leadership orientation scale. The teachers, because of their job security and promotional avenues were satisfied with their achievements and were full of hopes and aspirations but the same was not true with the community health volunteers. This was due to their comparatively poor economic conditions and unstable sources of livelihood.
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Primary Health Care Software-A Computer Based Data Management System
K Tuli, S K Kapoor, L M Nath
July-September 1990, 15(3):153-154
Realising the duplication and time consumption in the usual manual system of data collection necessitated experimentation with computer based management system for primary health care in the primary health centers. The details of the population as available in the existing manual system were used for computerizing the data. Software was designed for data entry and analysis. It was written in Dbase III plus language. It was so designed that a person with no knowledge about computer could use it, A cost analysis was done and the computer system was found more cost effective than the usual manual system.
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Epidemiology Of Measles And Its Complications In Non- Hospitalized Children
N Mangal, K Shah, S Sitaraman, S D Gupta
July-September 1990, 15(3):113-113
This study was conducted in 1985-86 amongst non-hospitalized children of jaipur city in33 investigative units having 3791 families with 6183 children in the 0-9 years age group. Measles vaccine coverage was only 21.7% Measles developed in 189 cases. Maximum incidence occurred in the 1-2 years olds and during the first half of the years (January to June). Complication developed in 50 (26.5%) children. The most frequent was diarrohea (14.3%) followed by respiratory infection (6.9%). No case fatality was reported.
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A Study On The Inpatient System In A State Hospital Of Calcutta
B N Ghosh, U K Bhadia
July-September 1990, 15(3):135-139
With the escalating cost of health care, a cost-effective approach in the health delivery system has become essential. This management study in a large teaching hospital reveals a average loss of 43.3 days per bed in the matters of radiological investigations alone, an average waiting time of 10.4 days per operation, and an average length of stay of 14.3 days.
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Exploring Prevalence Of Goitre In Rural Areas Of Ahamedabad And Gandhinagar Districts Of Gujrat (1987-88).
N J Talsania, C K Purohit, M K Lala
July-September 1990, 15(3):114-116
The present study was undertaken to identify and map out the prevalence of goiter in the rural areas of Ahamadabad and Gandhinagar districts. 60 villages from Ahamadabad and 8 from Gandhinagar district were surveyed. The overall prevalence rate of goiter was 11.5% in Ahamedbad district and 8.4% in Gandhinaagar district. The prevalence of goiter grade I was 6.3% in the preadolescent population in Ahamadabad while it was below 5% in the same age group in Gandhinagar district. These observations Clearly revealed that endemic goiter is prevalent to a mid degree in Ahmedabad district.
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The Prime Responsibility
Lalit M. Nath
July-September 1990, 15(3):107-107
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