Dr. Sanjay L Chauhan
Phone: +(91-22) 2419-2042
Department: Department of Operational Research (DOR)
- MBBS: Seth G. S. Medical College, Mumbai, 1983
- MCPS: College of Physicians & Surgeons, Mumbai, 1984
- PGC in Health & Family Welfare Management: NIHFW, New Delhi, 1993
- Master of Community Health: Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, 1998
|Medical Officer||Employees State Insurance Scheme Jalgaon, Maharashtra||1984-1986|
|Project coordinator||DAV Trust, Haryana||1987-1989|
|Research Officer||Central Jalma Institute for Leprosy||1989-1993|
|Senior Research Officer||Indian Council of Medical Research Headquarter, New Delhi||1993-2001|
Health Systems with a special interest on reproductive tract infections, adolescent health and contraception in the public health services
Awards & Achievements
Dr Sanjay Chauhan, Scientist-F and Head, Department of Operational Research received the Dr M.K. Seshadri Prize for the year 2012 on January 19, 2016 for the Operational research work on reproductive health. Dr Chauhan coordinated the development of evidence-based “National Guidelines on prevention, management and control of reproductive tract infections (RTI) including sexually transmitted infections (STI)” and “Operational Guidelines for programme managers and service providers for strengthening STI/RTI services”.
Utilization of quality assessments in improving adolescent reproductive and sexual health services in rural block of Maharashtra, India.
Capacity Assessment of District Health System in India on Services for Prevention and Management of Infertility.
Preterm birth among pregnancies conceived by assisted reproduction techniques in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India.
Discrepancy between the recommended and functional cut offs of Vitamin D among under-five children: Experiences from a pilot study
Operationalizing adolescent health services at Primary Health Care level in India: Processes, Challenges and Outputs.
Neonatal Near miss: A new perspective to unravel neonatal mortality
Vitamin D deficiency in Children: An update on its prevalence, therapeutics and knowledge gaps.
Yoga Therapy: The Fourth Dimension in the Multidisciplinary Management of Women with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, A Narrative Review
Prospective observational study of near-miss obstetric events at two tertiary hospitals in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Linking HIV & family planning services to improve dual methods of contraception among women infected with HIV in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Changes in sexual behavior and contraceptive use after HIV acquisition and factors associated with risky sexual practices among people living with HIV in selected Indian cities.
Use of emergency contraceptive pills among unmarried youth in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India,
Assessment of acceptability of kangaroo mother care (KMC) using qualitative methods in a tribal block of Karjat, Raigad district in Maharashtra, India.
Prevalence & factors associated with chronic obstetric morbidities in Nashik district, Maharashtra, India
Status of obstetric morbidities in Maharashtra
,Contraceptive Use and Unintended Pregnancies Among HIV-Infected Women in Mumbai
Is testing of menstrual blood justifiable for diagnosis of endometrial Tuberculosis among infertile women?
ART Adherence Study group: Level of suboptimal adherence to first line antiretroviral treatment & its determinants among HIV positive people in India
A cross sectional study of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) among adolescent and young girls in Mumbai, India
Knowledge of Reproductive Health among Self Help Group Women in Maharashtra
Determinants of youth sexual behaviour: Program implications for India
Cause of death among reproductive age group women in Maharashtra, India
Perceptions and practices of rural men on RTI/STIs and their expecations on its management at public healthcare facilities : A qualitative insight
Training of service providers on emergency sontraception: Experiences in Mumbai
Investigating causes of perinatal mortality by verbal autopsy in Maharashtra, India
Capacity assessment of the primary health care system to manage reproductive tract infections
Reproductive health problems and help seeking behaviour among adolescents in urban India
Can school health checkups reduce reproductive health morbidities associated with cryptorchidism?
Capacity Assessment of Primary Health Care System in a District to deal with Reproductive Tract Infections (Funded by WHO)
Stigma Attached to HIV/AIDS : Implications for Health Care and Social Adjustment (Funded by ICMR)
Study on Cause of Death by Verbal Autopsy for Maharashtra state (Funded by ICMR)
Increasing utilization of services by Adolescents at the Urban Health Posts in Mumbai (Funded by MOHFW)
Development of National Guidelines for Management of RTIs/STIs (Funded by WHO)
Assessing magnitude and determinants of chronic obstetric morbidities in Nasik district in Maharashtra (Funded by UNFPA)
Development of National Training Strategy, Training Program, Training Tools, Modules/Job-Aids for Medical Officers, ANMs, and Laboratory Technicians to deliver RTI/STI services in the Primary Health Care System (Funded by WHO)
Actions to Strengthen Linked RCH-HIV Response to meet the SRH Needs of Young People at District Level: Monitoring and Documentation of Process (Funded by WHO)