Saturday, June 24, 2017
Home >> Center for Public Health >> Neuroepidemiology

Neuroepidemiology

Neurological problems are major unrecognized public health problems. With paucity of trained manpower, the emphasis till date has been on delivery of services,more so in urban areas. Understanding the distribution and determinants of neurological disorders is very vital for planning delivery of services and to develop preventive care and rehabilitation programmes. Neurological disorders being chronic progressive disorders place significant burden on families and the society. In collaboration with Department of Neurology at NIMHANS, the research activities have focused on stroke, epilepsy, movement disorders and neuro-disabilities. For details and regular updates, please visit [Link]

Neuroepidemiology in Developing Countries - A Manual for Descriptive Studies 2nd Edition

Authors: M. Gourie-Devi, G Gururaj, P Satishchandra

Year: 1997

The Dementia India Report 2010: Prevalence, impact, costs and services for dementia

Authors: Shaji KS, Jotheeswaran AT, Girish N, Srikala Bharath, Amit Dias, Meera Pattabiraman, Mathew Varghese

Publishers: Alzheimer’s and Related Disorders Society of India