Dr (Mrs) BARIDALYNE NONGKYNRIH
Designation : Professor
Present Address : Centre for Community Medicine, Old O.T. Block, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi- 110029
Phone No (office): 011-26593789
1. Obtained MBBS degree from Silchar Medical College, Assam in 1993
2. Completed MD in Community Medicine from All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi in December 1999.
Worked as a faculty since 2003 in Centre for Community Medicine AIIMS
Published 102+papers in various national and international journals. Also involved with numerous research projects on non -communicable diseases, funded by WHO and Indian Council of Medical Research.
Area of work is on health systems, planning, implementation and evaluation of health programs. My interest area is on non-communicable diseases, cancer prevention and control, medical education and primary health care I am actively involved with various activities of the National Program for Prevention and Control of Cancer Diabetes Cardiovascular Disease & Stroke (NPCDCS) in India. Supported by WHO India, I have developed a training package for training program managers in NCD programme in various states in India in 2016. I have been a national trainer for NCD program implementation in India and provided training for various states. Developed a training package for supporting WHO PEN implementation for WHO HQ Geneva. Was part of a mission to part of a WHO mission to Eswatini, Africa to provide technical support to adapt the WHO-PEN and train health workers in 2018. Also developed patient education materials and job aids for NCDs for WHO South East Regional Office 2018- 2019. Developed resource materials for management of diabetes for WHO HQ.
Part of the AIIMS Technical Support Unit for mortality surveillance program and development of an online coding platform called MINErVA ( Mortality in INdia Established thRough Verbal Autopsies) which is a collaboration between AIIMS and the office of the Registrar General of India.
Areas of interest
· Non communicable diseases, cancer prevention and control.
· Medical Education – was involved in revising undergraduate and post graduate curriculum by Medical Council of India in 2009.
· Urban health