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Dr. Sandip Bharat Patil
Name : Dr. Sandip Bharat Patil
Designation : Scientist B
Division : Clinical Sciences
DOB : 29-04-1984
Email ID : spatil@nariindia.org
Area Of Interest : HIV & TB Epidemiology
Awards and Honours
Work Experience

Work Experience

Post Held

Employer

Duration

Scientist B

ICMR-NARI

30 Dec. 2016 onwards

Assistant professor

Chirayu Medical College & Hospital, Bhopal

26/11/2012 to 29/12/2016

Assistant professor

Govt. Medical College & Cancer Hospital, Aurangabad

14/3/2012 to 17/11/2012

Medical Officer

Maharashtra State public health Services 

15/9/2011 to 13/3/2012

List of Grant Recieved
Conference/Training/Workshop Attended

Conferences/Trainings/Workshops Attended

  1. Global Health Networks Online Good Clinical & Laboratory Practice Training on 17 Feb 2017
  2. Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI Program) on 17 Feb 2017
  3. Biosafety training by Biosafety Committee at NARI on23 March 2017
  4. Induction Training Program for ICMR scientists conducted by NIE, ICMR, Chennai 3-7 April 2017.
  5. Follow up workshop on “Operational Research” organized by NACO-WHO 16-17 Oct 2017
  6. MDR/XDR workshop by MSF at Mumbai18th June to 20th June 2017
  7. Systematic Review and Meta-analysis workshop at NICED, Kolkata 7-9 March 2018
  8. TB vaccine trial protocol development workshop at ICMR Hdq. New Delhi from 28th August to 30th August 2017
Number of Publications : 10
List of Publications

List of Publications

  1. Patil SB, Deshmukh D, Dixit JV, Damle AS. Epidemiological investigation of an outbreak of acute diarrheal disease: A shoe leather epidemiology. J Global Infect Dis 2011;3:361-5.
  2. Mundada VD, Gitte SV, Patil SB. Study of some epidemological aspects of Malaria in a tribal district (Nandurbar),Maharashtra. Ann Trop Med Public Health 2012;5:195-8.
  3. Sandip B. Patil. The Fate & Purpose of Physician’s Sample in Modern Practice.Review of Global Medicine and Healthcare Research,2012; 3(2), 145-150.
  4. Patil Sandip B., Dixit J.V.A Study on Knowledge, Attitude and Practices of Truck drivers regarding HIV/AIDS. Review of Global Medicine and Healthcare Research, 2012;3(2), 152- 157.
  5. Patil SB, Doibale MK. Study of Profile, Knowledge and Problems of Anganwadi Workers in ICDS Blocks: A Cross Sectional Study. Online J Health Allied Scs.2013;12(2):1. Available at URL: http://www.ojhas.org/issue46/2013-2-1.html
  6. Patil SB, Meena JS. Work Induced Stress among Medical Representatives in Aurangabad City, Maharashtra.Natl J Community Med 2013; 4(2): 277-281.
  7. Nillawar AN, Joshi KB, Patil SB, Bardapurkar JS, Bardapurkar SJ. Evaluation of HS-CRP and Lipid Profile in COPD. J Clin Diagn Res. 2013;7(5):801–803. doi:10.7860/JCDR/2013/5187.2943
  8. Patil SB. Self-medication: Aware-ness and Attitude among under-graduate medical students in a tertiary care medical college, Dhule. Ntl J of Community Med 2015; 6(2):65-69.
  9. Athavale Arvind Vyankatesh, Patil Sandip Bharat, Agrawal Kush. Prevalence of Asthma in School going Children of Semi-Urban Area in the State of Madhya Pradesh. Int J Med. Public Health. 2017; 7(1): 37-40
  10. Manisha Ghate, Sandip Patil, Sunil Zirpe et al. Ten year retention among HIV infected individuals initiated on ART in a programme clinic at Pune, India: Analysis by changes in the national guidelines for ART initiation. The Indian Practitioner April 2018 Vol.71 No.4. 19-25.

 

Book

SandipPatil. Study of ICDS scheme in rural and tribal projects in Maharashtra
SBN-13:978-3-659-26613-3 ISBN-10:3659266132, EAN:978365926613,Published on:2012-12-04.LAP Lambert Academic Publishing ,Category: Clinical disciplines