Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research
The Jawaharlal Insitute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER) was originally the Ecole de Medicine de Pondicherry, as established by the colonial French government in 1823. After Pondicherry was transferred back to the Government of India, the Ecole de Medicine de Pondicherry was inaugurated by the government of India in 1964 and the hospital was renamed as JIPMER. In 2008, JIPMER was declared as an Institution of National Importance and is able to award undergraduate, postgraduate, and super specialty medical training, as well as fellowships and PhD programs. We currently have one pediatric oncology project at this site, as well as a palliative care and maternal health project.
SOCIAL WORKERS CUM DATA MANAGERS(2)
The Foundation started the pediatric oncology project at JIPMER in 2011 with support from Dr. Dubashi Biswajit, a BMT trained Medical Oncologist and Associate Professor of Medical Oncology at JIPMER. We currently support one nurse and two social workers cum data managers at this site.
DATA ENTRY OPERATORS (2)
The palliative care project at JIPMER began in 2014, with the support of local champion, Dr. Gunaseelan. Dr. Gunaseelan is an Associate Professor in the Department of Radiotherapy and is involved in conducting the palliative care clinic at JIPMER. We currently support one doctor, two nurses, and two data entry operators at this site.
SOCIAL WORKERS CUM DATA MANAGERS (2)
NURSE CUM COUNSELORS (3)
The maternal health project at JIPMER began in April 2013, with support from Dr. Latha Chaturvedula, local champion for this project. Dr. Chaturvedula is a Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at JIPMER. We currently support three nurse cum counselors and two social workers cum data managers at this site.