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SMART 2.0 for Ayurveda Research

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Launched on January 3, 2024
By CCRAS and NCISM
When
January 3, 2024
Why
Mainstream Ayurveda research
What
Scope for Mainstreaming Ayurveda Research among Teaching professionals
Promotes clinical studies in priority Ayurveda areas
Objectives
Generate evidence for Ayurveda efficacy and safety
Interdisciplinary research methods
Translate into public healthcare
Study Areas
Bal Kasa, Malnutrition, Insufficient lactation
Abnormal Uterine Bleeding, Osteoporosis, Diabetes Mellitus II
Eligibility
Ayurveda academic institutions
Application deadline January 10, 2023
Where
Across India
Ayurveda academic institutions/hospitals
Who
CCRAS
Autonomous body
Under Ministry of AYUSH
Apex organization for Ayurveda research
NCISM
Statutory body
Under NCISM Act, 2020
29 members
Functions
Regulate medical institutions, professionals
Assess healthcare human resources, infrastructure needs
Ensure compliance, coordination
How
Collaborative research
Expression of Interest from institutions
Significance
Evidence-based clinical research
Addresses healthcare challenges
Integrates Ayurveda into public healthcare
Challenges
Evidence gaps in Ayurveda
Limitation in integration into public healthcare
Way Forward
Expand clinical research
Popularize Ayush systems
Wider academic participation

SMART 2.0, initiated by CCRAS and NCISM, aims to integrate Ayurveda into mainstream healthcare through evidence-based research. Launched in January 2024, it encourages collaboration among Ayurveda academic institutions to undertake studies in key health areas. The program seeks to close the evidence gaps in Ayurveda, enhancing its role in public health care and fostering a balance between traditional knowledge and scientific methods.

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