Doctor's Profile

Dr. Shyambhavee


Assistant professor, Department of Community Medicine

Reg. Number: DMC/R/10027


A medical graduate from Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi. Public health specialist working in this field for the past 6 years, with experience in teaching and training of the undergraduate and post graduate students, human resource management, and public health research.

Area of Interest

  • Non-communicable diseases, Women’s health, Secondary data analysis, Immunization, Maternal and child health

Educational Qualifications

Degree Year Name of College & University Registration Number Date of Registration
MD, Community Medicine 2019 University College of Medical Sciences, University of Delhi. DMC/R/10027 25-06-2019
DNB 2019 NBE DMC/R/10027 15-10-2022
MBBS 2014 Lady Hardinge Medical College DMC/R/10027 05-02-2014

Deatils of Teaching Experience

Designation* Institution From To Duration
Senior Resident Atal Bihari Vajpayee Institute of Medical Sciences & Dr RML Hospital, New Delhi 30-07-2019 22-07-2020 11 months 22 days
Senior Resident Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi 23-07-2020 04-09-2020 44 days
Senior Resident University College of Medical Sciences 05-09-2020 11-12-2022 2 years 3 months


  • Behera S, Sharma R, Yadav K, Chhabra P, Das M, Goel S. Prevalence and predictors of risk factors for cardiovascular diseases among women aged 15–49 years across urban and rural India: findings from a nationwide survey. BMC Women's Health. 2024 Jan 28;24(1):77.
  • Yadav K, Behera S, Singh M, Parashar M, Goel S, Jaswal N, Gupta A. Trend of risk factors for cardiovascular diseases among young and middle-aged indians: Insights from a nationally representative survey. International Journal of Cardiology Cardiovascular Risk and Prevention. 2023 Dec 1;19:200200.
  • Chhabra P, Behera S, Sharma R, Malhotra RK, Mehta K, Upadhyay K, Goel S. Gender-specific factors associated with hypertension among women of childbearing age: Findings from a nationwide survey in India. Frontiers in Cardiovascular Medicine. 2022;9
  • Programs for Child Health (Khan AM, Gupta P, Behera S. Programs for Child Health. In: Gupta P, Menon PSN, Ramji S, Lodha R, editors. PG Textbook of Pediatrics, Systemic Pediatrics, Pediatric Subspecialties, and Social Pediatrics New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers; 2022. p. 3512-20).
  • Behera S, Chhabra P, Rajoura OP. Prevalence and predictors of risk factors for noncommunicable diseases among women in an Urbanized Village of India. Indian Journal of Community Medicine. 2022 Apr 1;47(2):266-71
  • Laskar AR, Shyambhavee B, Poddar AS, Rasania SK, Saha SS. Hesitation, delays and barriers towards COVID-19 vaccination among educated class in Northern India. Healthline, Journal of Indian Association of Preventive and Social Medicine. 2021:94-9.
  • Das B, Laskar AR, Behera S,Bahl A. Self-management of diabetes and treatment compliance among diabetic patients attending a tertiary care hospital, Tripura. International journal of current medical and pharmaceutical research. 2021;7(8):5918-22.
  • Sahu M, Behera S, Chattopadhyay B. The Influence of Electromagnetic Field Pollution on Human Health: A Systematic Review. Siriraj Medical Journal. 2021 Jun 30;73(7):485-92.
  • Behera S, Yadav K. Knowledge-utilization gap regarding modern methods of contraception among rural women attending an outreach health centre in North Delhi. International Journal of Reproduction, Contraception, Obstetrics and Gynecology. 2020 Nov 1;9(11):4494-9.
  • Behera S, Maroof KA, Tiwari PK. Complementary Feeding Status of Children Residing in Urban Slum of East Delhi. International Journal of Medicine and Public Health. 2020;10(3).126-9)
  • Meghwal B, Behera S, Dhariwal AC, Saxena D, Singh R, Kumar S. Insights from COVID-19 cluster containment in Bhilwara District, Rajasthan. Indian Journal of Public Health. 2020 Jun 1;64(6):177.
  • Behera S, Cherian V, Rajoura O P, Bhasin S K. Perceptions and Attitudes of Postgraduate Students towards Thesis Work in a Medical College in Delhi. J Comprehensive Health 2019;7(2): 29-33.

Research Work & Projects

  • • Thesis on topic “Risk Factors for Non-communicable diseases among women in an urbanized village of East Delhi”.
  • • Research project on “Perceptions and attitudes of postgraduate students towards thesis work in a medical college in Delhi”.
  • • Research project on “Assessment of complimentary feeding using Minimum Dietary Diversity as an indicator in Urban Slum”.
  • • Research project on “Assessment on nutritional status among mother and child pairs in an urbanized village of East Delhi”.

Membership of Academic Bodies Societies

  • Life member of Indian Public Health Association
  • Life member of Indian Association of Preventive and Social Medicine.
  • Life member of Epidemiology Foundation of India

Invited Talks and Lectures

  • Resource faculty in the National CME on Rabies prevention: an update held on 27.09.2021

Workshops/ CMEs/ Conference Attended

  • Paper presentation on “Risk factors for non-communicable diseases- A review” at 61st Annual National IPHA Conference, Jodhpur 2017.
  • Paper presentation on “Assessment on nutritional status among mother and child pairs in an urbanized village of East Delhi” in 45th National IAPSM Conference, Pune 2018.
  • Paper presentation on “Risk Factors for Non Communicable diseases among women in an urbanized village of East Delhi” in 46th National IAPSM Conference, Shimla 2019.
  • Poster presentation on “Predictors of Risk Factors for Noncommunicable Diseases among Women in an Urbanized Village of India” in Annual National IPHA Conference, New Delhi 2020
  • “Training Course on Demographic Data Analysis for Health Personnel”, From August 22 to 26, 2022, NIHFW, New Delhi
  • “Online Certificate course on Operational Research in Public Health”, From February 22 to March 19, 2021, organized by Indian Institute of Public Health, Delhi.
  • “AEFI management during MR Campaign”, in January, 2019 at DPMU, Shahdara, Delhi.
  • “Coding of deaths based on verbal autopsies” on 13th October, 2018 at AIIMS, Delhi.
  • “How to conduct a Systematic Review (including use of Revman Software)” by Medical education Unit, UCMS, Delhi on 30th October, 2018.
  • National Workshop on Basics of Health Economics at Lady Hardinge Medical College, Delhi on 31st August, 2018.
  • Maternal Death Surveillance and Response and Near Miss Review at Maulana Azad Medical College. 2018.
  • Basic Life Support (BLS) on 30th October, 2017 at Advanced Skill Lab, GTB Hospital