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Dr. RML Hospital - Brown School Practicum
New Delhi, India (Outgoing Program)
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Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital
Address: Baba Kharak Singh Marg, Near Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, Connaught Place, New Delhi, Delhi 110001
Sector of Work: Mental Health
Mission: Provide mental health outpatient services
Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital, formerly known as Willingdon Hospital, was established by the British for their staff and had only 54 beds. After independence, its control was shifted to New Delhi Municipal Committee. In 1954, its control was again transferred to the Central Government of Independent India. The hospital has grown over the years and currently has about 1216 beds, spread over 30 acres of land. It caters to the population of New Delhi and Central District, apart from patients from other areas and even from outside Delhi. It has 71 beds in a Nursing Home for the C.G.H.S beneficiaries, including a Maternity Nursing Home.
PRACTICUM DETAILSLanguage Requirement: English & Hindi
Possible Projects: Help psychologists and social workers in their clinical and research tasks
Preferred Knowledge and Background: Clinical and Research skills
Cost: Students are responsible for flights, housing, potential visa fees, and living expenses. Students are required to purchase purchase WUSTL travel insurance for the duration of their practicum for $40/month.
Travel Immunizations or preventative medication is recommended and may be required for your program participation. Students are responsible for covering all associated costs. Please refer to the CDC for more information.
Brown School Contact: Global Programs Office, Dr. Jean-Francois Trani
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