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Niranjan Singh Rathor

Department of Centre of Social Medicine and Community Health, SSS (School of Social Sciences), Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India


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    Context, Content and Outcomes of Antimalarial Drug Policy in India: An Analysis and Perspective
    Author(s): Niranjan Singh Rathor*

    Objective: Analysis of Antimalarial Drug Policy in India. Subject/Method: Policy Analysis and Secondary Research Re-view. Findings: Drug list expanded extensively and the drug dose intensity is proportional to disease transmission in region/area; medicalizing the community significantly. The conceptual understanding of malaria remains within bio- medicine domain evidenced by the fact that much of importance (over-reliance) given to least effective individual level technical interventions like drugs that too; without considering immunity and nutritional status of both individual and community. Indian planners seems confused to differentiate (or ignoring) between Malaria’sbehavior at individual level and community level. Thus, the Malaria planning lacks ethical consideration for resource allocation in Public He.. Read More»

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