GME Situation Analysis
Understanding Dynamics of Sexual Violence: Study of Case Records
Violence is now widely recognized as a global public health concern. Evidence shows that violence, may take various forms such as caste/race violence, homicide, domestic/sexual violence, rape etc. and causes immediate and long term health and social consequences. In the context of sexual violence, women and children have an invariable contact with the health system. This report provides important learning and insights into the interface between the hospitals and the survivors of sexual violence.
Centre for Enquiry Into Health and Allied Themes (CEHAT)
01 Nov 2018
Centre for Enquiry into Health and Allied Themes (CEHAT)
Demystifying Medical Evidence : Guidance Document for Police, Judiciary and Public Prosecutor
The Guidance documents for the Police, Judiciary and Public Prosecutor are situated in the context of demystifying medical evidence to them. These guidelines were developed by CEHAT with the contribution of the task force inclusive of Feminist lawyers, mental health experts, health researchers and representatives from health ministry. The documents put forth the role of all the three and the objective is to provide a scientific understanding about the medico legal care to police in the context o
Centre for Enquiry Into Health and Allied Themes (CEHAT)
01 Jul 2016
Integrating Gender in Medical Education: Assessing Impact
Gender can be integrated into medical teaching by training medical faculty and providing them with relevant material in the form of modules, presentations and evidence. The study results are encouraging, as they indicate. The feasibility of integration within the time and resource constraints of medical colleges. The recent National Health Policy commits to gender mainstreaming in health programmes and medical education. In order to ensure good quality of care, there is a need to earmark funds t
Centre for Enquiry Into Health and Allied Themes (CEHAT)
01 Jul 2016
Centre for Enquiry into Health and Allied Themes (CEHAT)
Understanding Sex and Gender
In the presentation on understanding sex and gender, Dr. Priya Prabhu explained the difference between biological sex and gender. She demonstrated that gender as a social construct plays a part in behaviour, characteristics and expectations from men and women. This leads to them having different roles, responsibilities and opportunities, and differential control over resources.
Dr. Priya Prabhu
27 Feb 2018
CEHAT, Mumbai
Integrating Gender in Medical Education
How does medical education respond to gender issues? Is it responsive and sensitive to women 's health concerns? How do subordinate-dominant relations based on caste/class/race/ethnicity and gender get played out in medical syllabi and services? This article tries critically reflect on these mind boggling issues.
Amruta Bavadekar, Padma Bhate-Deosthali,
01 Apr 2017
CEHAT, Mumbai
Gender in Medical Education: Perceptions of Medical Educators
The report is based on a study conducted among medical educators in seven medical colleges in Maharashtra regarding their perceptions on the relevance of gender in medical education. The study was undertaken as a part of CEHAT’s pioneering work on the integration of gender in medical education in Maharashtra supported by DMER, MUHS and UNFPA. The study explores the perceptions of medical educators regarding social determinants of health in the medical curriculum and gender sensitivity in medi
Priya John, Amruta Bavadekar,
01 Dec 2015
Centre for Enquiry into Health and Allied Themes (CEHAT)



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