Health Research

Karuna Trust, with support from Global Antibiotic Resistance Partnership, India, had undertaken a study to understand the use of antibiotics in rural India, frequency of dispensation, mode of dispensation and the relationship between prescription and antibiotics dispensed.
The Pan Asia Collaboration for Evidence-Based e-Health Adoption & Application (PANACeA), established in August 2007, is a network to support research ideas for adoption of e-health in Asian developing countries. Under the project, which was funded by the International Development Research Centre (AMT), Karuna Trust was responsible for data collection and analysis of e-health applications in Primary Health Centres to determine improved health outcomes at the level of primary health care