Dr Arvind Mathur has served as the principal investigator for very renowned Health Organizations and Ministries.
Some of the projects he has worked alongside W.H.O and M.O.H.F.W (Govt of India) are listed below.
Working closely with Community Health Directorate, Ministry of Health, Timor-Lest, to develop a training programme for physicians and nurses on elderly health care. WHO Project - 25th november to 20th december 2013.
Advisor in Expert Group Consultation to finalise the manual on 'Training in geriatrics and gerontology for primary health care and family physicians'. Conducted by WHO - 25-26 February 2014.
Pre-test of the WHO Questionnaire for the Study on Global Ageing and Adult Health (SAGE)
Multi centric study to establish Epidemiological data on Health problems in Elderly Indian Population
Evaluate Feasibility of a Model of Health Care Delivery to Elderly of Rural Community
Compilation & Analysis of Multicentric Study to establish Epidemiological Data on Health Problems in Elderly Indian Population & Development of Generic Model of Health Care for Elderly
Validation of the Day Reconstruction Method for SAGE
Physical Activity validation study for SAGE
An Intervention study on Tobacco use practices and impact of Cessation strategies among women of Jodhpur district of Rajasthan
Invited by WHO Timor-Leste for Geriatrics Training of Doctors and Nurses at Timor-Leste from 26th March – 13th April 2014
Temporary Adviser to Regional Director WHO SEARO for Expert Group Consultation