|Prof. (Dr.) A K Khokhar – Professor|
Dr A K Khokhar is a Medical graduated with 3 post graduations in the field of Health Care Administration and Hospital Administration. Besides working in different positions in ESIC Medical services for 36 years, he has been teaching as visiting faculty at FMS, University of Delhi, and Institute of Management Studies, YMCA, New Delhi, for 24 years. He has also been a visiting faculty of IIHMR, NIHFW, SAIL and NTPC. He has organized a number of courses on Hospital Administration for Senior Doctors during his tenure at ESIC. He has been the Editor of Journal of Hospital Administration of IHA for ten years. He has carried out a number of studies and surveys on the role of hospitals in primary health care and has also written a book on Hospitals and Primary Health Care published by International Hospital Federation, London, UK. He has been proactive in developing professional management in hospitals and has developed a number of Case Studies. He has attended and presented papers on different aspects of Hospital Management in various conferences at national and international levels. In his last assignment as Medical Superintendent at ESIC Model Hospital, Rajajinagar, Bangalore, he was instrumental in developing and starting Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences and Research, and Under Graduate Medical College, under ESIC. His main interests are in Hospital Operations and Management.
|Prof. (Dr.) Dinesh Chandra Jain– Professor|
Dr. Dinesh Chandra Jain is medical graduate and post graduate (Preventive & Social Medicine) from SMS Medical College Jaipur and Master in Public Health and Tropical Medicine (MPH&TM) from Tulane University, New Orleans (USA). He is having about 36 years experience in the field of public health and served Government of Rajasthan (7 years) and Government of India (29 years) in different in different positions. Dr Jain was Deputy Director General in Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India, responsible for implementation of National Programme for Prevention and Control of Cancer, Diabetes, CVDs and Stroke (NPCDCS) in the country. He also headed other NCD programme such as National Mental Health Programme, National Tobacco Control Programme, National Organ Transplant Programme, National Programme for Prevention and Control of Deafness and National Fluorosis Control Programme. He participated/represented government of India in various training prorammes, meetings, workshops and consultations in India and abroad. He has published many papers in international and national journals. He is life member of many professional bodies. His interest of work is public health with emphasis in non-communicable diseases (NCDs) including capacity building.