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Mathur is a public health specialist working for developing human resources
for health. His current assignment involves him consistently in organizing
in-service trainings for health professionals. Present paper is a conceptual
analysis of the epidemiological transition occurring in the developing world
with particular reference to India.
Viewers/Readers are welcome to share their observations/comments with author at firstname.lastname@example.org
They may go through other lectures from the author in supercourse series on RCH, adolescent health, population policy, NRHM and violence against women in India www.pitt.edu/~super1 (through topic, keywords, lecturers.... pages)
The current lecture is addressed to health professionals of India in particular, large number of whom in different states of India are involved in introducing and implementing health sector reforms in the public systems.