Prasanna School of Public Health (PSPH) is a Global Institute dedicated to education, research and service to society.
The School aims to build a highly competent workforce of Professionals having a strong knowledge base and expertise in understanding, assessing, analyzing and evaluating the broad range of public health issues prevalent in the community and society and to plan and execute necessary interventions.
The Department of Public Health was Instituted in 2009. In December-2017, the Department of Public Health became the Prasanna School of Public Health. PSPH has a well-established network with a number of Universities in India and abroad and also strong links with Public, Private and Governmental Institutions.
MAHE, Manipal has been Accredited 'A' Grade by NAAC (National Assessment & Accreditation Council) in 2016. PSPH is part of the Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE), Manipal, India, which has been awarded the status of Institution of Eminence by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India in 2018. Over the past twenty-five years, MAHE has set standards in the fields of medical care, research and outreach and PSPH is an expression of MAHE’s dedication to professionalism and cutting edge global and national public health education and research.
Master of Public Health (MPH) Program Curriculum at Prasanna School of Public Health (PSPH) is Validated by APHEA (Agency for Public Health Education Accreditation) in April-2020. PSPH has received ISO 9001:2015 (Quality Management System) Certification in April-2020, ISO 14001:2015 (Environmental Management System) Certification in May-2020. MSW (Master of Social Work) Program at Prasanna School of Public Health, MAHE, Manipal has been ranked 3rd among Emerging Colleges in Social Work and ranked 16th in the overall rankings according to India Today-MDRA (Marketing and Development Research Associates) Best Colleges Rankings in July-2020 for the year 2020. MSW (Master of Social Work) Program, Prasanna School of Public Health, MAHE, Manipal has been ranked 14th among India's Top Social Work Institutes (India's Top Professional Colleges - Private) according to Outlook-ICARE The Best Professional Colleges Rankings in September 2020 for the year 2020.
To be a ”game-changer” in academia and research with a focus on translating evidence into policy decisions and to attain excellence and sustainability in public health by training next generations of public health leaders according to their future needs.
To be among the top three schools of Public Health in India and the top twenty schools of Public Health in the world by 2025.
To support MAHE to achieve top 200 rank in the World QS ranking system by 2025.
Prasanna School of Public Health (PSPH) offers a wide variety of programs!
Prasanna School of Public Health (formerly known as the Department of Public Health) is a Global Institute dedicated to Education and Research.
Research is creative and systematic work undertaken to increase the stock of knowledge, including knowledge of humans, culture and society, and the use of this stock of knowledge to devise new applications. It involves the collection, organization, and analysis of information to increase our understanding of a topic or issue. Research is a logical and systematic search for new and useful information on a particular topic. Research is important both in scientific and nonscientific fields. At PSPH researchers work as a team to make significant contributions to interdisciplinary research and discussion. Faculty & Research officers at PSPH are involved in Research Publications and supervise Research Projects and work with team members to ensure that the project remains on schedule. They help determine the goals of the Research Project as well as research methods and other test parameters. Research officers might also review and analyze data during the course of the project.
MSW Program, Prasanna School of Public Health, The Department of Psychiatry, KMC, Manipal and Life Forward Foundation is Organizing a Webinar: Hackobrain - Episode - 3 - Depression and Anxiety on September 26, 2020.
The Research Cell of PSPH is Organizing a Webinar titled ‘Tribute to our Teachers’ on September 16, 2020 from 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm through Microsoft Teams. Mr. Teddy Andrews (Assistant Professor Selection Grade, MSW Program, Department of Global Health, PSPH, MAHE, Manipal) will be the MC for the Webinar. Dr. Asha Kamath (Associate Director, PSPH; HOD, Department of Data Science, PSPH; MAHE, Manipal), Dr. Arathi Rao (Coordinator, MPH Program, Department of Health Policy, PSPH; Coordinator, Centre for Health Literacy, PSPH; MAHE, Manipal) will be the speakers for the webinar.
Webinar: Hackobrain - Episode 2 - Identification and Seeking Treatment for Mental Health Disorder in the Community: September 12, 2020
MSW Program, Prasanna School of Public Health, The Department of Psychiatry, KMC, Manipal and Life Forward Foundation is Organizing a Webinar: Hackobrain - Episode 2 - Identification and Seeking Treatment for Mental Health Disorder in the Community on September 12, 2020.
A Research Cell Meeting of Prasanna School of Public Health (PSPH), MAHE, Manipal will be held on September 12, 2020 from 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm through Microsoft Teams. The meeting will be organized by The Research Cell, PSPH; The Innovation Cell, PSPH; The Scientific Committee, PSPH. In the Research Cell Meeting, Paper Presentation will be done by Ms. Jestina Rachel (PhD Scholar, PSPH), 'Arecanut/OSMF Awareness App' Mobile Application Demo Presentation will be done by Ms. Viola Dsouza (PhD Scholar, PSPH), 'JMP Statistical Tool' Demo Presentation will be done by Dr. Muralidhara A (JMP Academic Ambassador).
MSW Program, Prasanna School of Public Health, The Department of Psychiatry, KMC, Manipal and Life Forward Foundation is Organizing a Webinar: Hackobrain - Episode 1 - Myths and Misconceptions about Mental Illness on August 29, 2020.
Dr Michael Bisesi, Sr Associate Dean and Associate Professor of Environmental Health Science, College of Public Health, The Ohio State University, USA.
Professor K Srinath Reddy, President, Public Health Foundation of India, New Delhi.
Dr Chandan Ghosh, Professor and Head – Geohazards, Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India, New Delhi.
Dr Judith Read Guernsey, Professor in Community Health and Epidemiology, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada.