Research Prioritization Identification
Finding new and cost-effective ways of improving health and preventing disease
- Motto and Principles
- Steps Followed for Setting Priorities
- Target Areas and Priorities
- Collaborative Projects
- Communicable diseases and their determinants given priority in the HSDP i.e. malaria, TB, HIV, STDs, zoonotic diseases, vector-borne diseases, intestinal parasitizes and other epidemic diseases.
- Food insecurity and nutritional problems focusing on venerable groups like children, pregnant women
- Material and new borne health problems and assessment of related interventions like FP, ANC, delivery, PNC services and immunization.
- Child health problems; diarrheal, respiratory diseases and on related interventions like immunization.
- Non-communicable disease; common cardiac diseases, hypertension, diabetes mellitus, injuries, mental health problems and common cancers.
Center of Excellence:
The college aspires to advance in clinical medicine where various subspecialty units/ departments are established and rendered state of the art diagnostic and therapeutic services.