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ICRS

THE INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR CONSORTIUM RESEARCH IN

SOCIAL CARE DISCIPLINES

The International centre for Consortium Research in Social Care Disciplines brings together researchers across the world to design social care practice models, integrate health care systems, promote health and well-being, and develop health policies through evidence-based interventions. It helps bridge the gap between Knowledge and Practice and strengthens Social Care Research. The center collaborates with experts in diverse disciplines such as medicine, public health, social work, psychology, nursing, and health policy.

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OBJECTIVES OF THE CENTRE

  • Bringing the researchers in different fields of social care at national and international levels to work on major themes like health, mental health, community health care, and health policy
  • Development of relevant research themes each year and carrying out multi-sectorial, multi-disciplinary, multi-dimensional, and multi-centred research in collaboration with the consortium members.
  • Submitting joint research proposals to national and international funders (agencies and sponsors).
  • Development of research competencies among consortium research members through mutual exchange of knowledge and resources.
  • Bringing out quality publications in high-impact national and international journals

 

Major Projects

  • Developing and testing the feasibility of a technology-driven community networking intervention for caregivers of people with disabilities (CPWD) in India
  • FASE-family and social engagement model for prevention and management of self-harm behavior-a study protocol for cluster randomized control trial in India
  • Integrating social and health care for improved management of health conditions in India:  International social work paradigm.
  • REaCH-Resiliency Engagement and Care in Health; a befriending intervention to address the psycho-social challenges of vulnerable youth in the context of covid-19 pandemic.

 

OUR COLLABORATORS

  • University of Melbourne, Australia
  • Nossal institute for global health, Australia
  • University of York, London 
  • Nazareth College, Rochester
  • Catholic health association of India