SUSHRUTA Journal of Health Policy is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal for a multi-professional global audience.

Sushruta is published by BAPIO Publications since 2007 in print in the UK and online globally from 2020.  Sushruta provides an independent platform to support initiatives in tackling inequalities, promoting diversity, achieving excellence in health care, leadership, and education through collaboration, research as well as advocacy on health policy. Contributions are welcome from health, social care professionals, scientists, and researchers from across the globe. 

Vol. 14 No. 2 (2021): A Year after the Pandemic

New Dawn

A year after the COVID-19 Pandemic

Published: 2021-05-01

Indian Covid Crisis

What can the diaspora do?

Professor Indranil Chakravorty PhD FRCP, Subarna Chakravorty MBBS MRCPCH PhD FRCPath FRCP


Why We Must Learn The Lessons Now: A call for a truly independent public inquiry by the UK Government

Consensus from BAPIO Think-tank Focus Group

Indranil Chakravorty MBBS PhD FRCP, JS Bamrah CBE, FRCPsych, MHSM, FIIOPM, Kailash Chand OBE FRCGP, Ramesh Mehta OBE MD FRCPCH


An audit of the impact of Covid-19 pandemic on the emotional wellbeing of children and parents with problematic severe asthma

Nadia Audi, James Cook, Becky Tomlin BSN, Sarah Latham BSN, Sulagna Chakrabarti MBBS, Prasad Nagakumar, Atul Gupta


COVID-19 Summary Guidelines

Samuel Moses, Nidhika Berry, Professor Atul Kalhan, Sonia Sathe, Latha Srinivasan, Viju Varadarajan, Hasmukh Shah, Prof. Keshav Singhal MBE FLSW


Culturally-tailored Peer Support for Doctors and Nurses of Indian Origin

Sunil Daga, Viju Varadarajan, Manasvi Dwaraknath, Saraswati Hosdurga, Rajeev Metri, Rajeev Gupta


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