Dr. Kaushik Bharati's Profile

MSc, PhD, FRSPH (London)

Dr. Kaushik Bharati

Dr. Bharati is a Public Health Consultant based in New Delhi. He obtained his PhD in Physiology with specialization in Vaccinology from the University of Calcutta in 2001. He did his Post-doctoral Fellowship from the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, UK, specializing in Immunology and Molecular view more..

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Erikson’s Theory of Psychosocial Development: Why is it Still Relevant Today?

Erikson’s Theory of Psychosocial Development: Why is it Still Relevant Today?

Erikson’s Theory of Psychosocial Development highlights 8 crucial stages in a person’s life, from birth until death. Successfully passing these stages will ensure a productive and fulfilling life.

Health ID Could be a Game Changer in India

Health ID Could be a Game Changer in India

New digital Health ID has been developed that contains detailed health information of patients, facilitating better, streamlined access to healthcare and is more user-friendly and convenient for all.

Health In Focus
World AIDS Day: “Global Solidarity, Shared Responsibility”

World AIDS Day: “Global Solidarity, Shared Responsibility”

World AIDS Day is celebrated annually on 1st December to raise global awareness about AIDS. The 2020 theme highlights the importance of global solidarity and shared responsibility to successfully tackle AIDS.

Health Watch
World Diabetes Day: Focus on Nurses and Diabetes

World Diabetes Day: Focus on Nurses and Diabetes

World Diabetes Day is celebrated on 14th November every year. It aims to raise awareness about the dangers of diabetes and highlights prevention and control strategies to manage the disease.

Health Watch
World Pneumonia Day: Time to Stop Pneumonia and Reduce Under-Five Mortality!

World Pneumonia Day: Time to Stop Pneumonia and Reduce Under-Five Mortality!

World Pneumonia Day is celebrated on 12 November every year. It creates awareness about the dangers of pneumonia among the public. Its major objective is to reduce the global burden of pneumonia.

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