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What We Offer?

Research & Education

Research is a core function of the IHGRC and is an essential part in improving the health and well–being of individuals now and in the future. Our Research & Development aims to evaluate current interventions and develop evidence-based research and management, with the ultimate goal of advancing and enhancing the quality of services available to children, young people and families through collaborations with National & International Projects. Those evidence-based researches will be publish in the high impact factor journals for further deliberations and discussions to academicians, practitioners as well as to the public. We alsohave collaborated with various International Organizations such as WHO, UNICEF, ICSSR, UGC, UNDP for various research projects.

Our Community Centre is focused primarily to raise public awareness among Children, Adolescents, Youth and the concept of Family development through the holistic concept. This includes educating and collaborating with hospitals, schools, charity institutions, counseling centres and related organizations in hosting and participating in national and international awareness events.

Some of the cited works are:

Adam, I., Valapra, N., & Vincent, S. A. (2016). Evidence-based practices for the social work: Intervention with elderly. Social Work Education: Integration of Theory & Practice, Chennai Manuscript submitted for publication.

Thomas, L. (2016). Comparative study on emotional intelligence of professionals and non- professionals. South Asian Journal on Participatory Development, 1(1). Manuscript submitted for publication.

Thomas, L. (2016). Coping patterns among the wives of alcoholic abusers in a rural area. Depaul Journal of Scientific Research, 2(1), 41-57.

Thomas, L. (2016). Social networking among youth: Determinants and patterns. Indian Social Science Journal, 5(1), 1-8.

Thomas, L. (2015). Adoloscent health of higher secondary schools in ernakulam district. Adoloscent Health, Chennai, 209-216.

Thomas, L. (2015). Family therapy as a social work intervention: A case study. Sociology-Social Work for Social Transformation. Pune, 23-34..

Adam, I. (2014).‘Effect of life skill training on mental well-being & self-esteem among vulnerable adolescents. Proceedings - 4th International Conference on Life Skills Education, Mumbai.