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National Conference, Role of Pharma Clinic in Health Care Profession of Indian Rural Area scheduled on 01 – 02, March 2013 at A. R. College of Pharmacy & G. H. Patel Institute of Pharmacy



A.R. College of Pharmacy & G. H. Patel Institute of Pharmacy (ARGH) is one of the best Pharmacy Institutes in the gujarat region. Charutar Vidya Mandal (CVM) set up an institute offering Diploma in Pharmacy in the year 1981, with generous donation from eminent philanthropist Shri Gordhanbhai Hathibhai Patel & in the very next year i.e 1982 Degree Pharmacy College, A.R .College of Pharmacy & G H. Patel Institute of Pharmacy (ARGH) was established with donation from an industrialist Smt. Anjanaben Ashokbhai Shah. At present the institute imparts education in Diploma, Graduate, Post Graduate and Doctoral level studies and conducts research in emerging/ thrust areas of Pharmacy. The college has been housed in 5 acres of land area with 5200 sq. meters built up area. The building has been housed in a three storied building with adequate spacious class rooms, administrative office, library and reading room. 18 well equipped laboratories including computer laboratory with internet and Wi Fi facility, research laboratories, animal house, medicinal plant garden, assembly hall and students amenities as per AICTE, PCI & GTU norms and State-of-the-art laboratories in each department. The institute is affiliated to Gujarat Technological University, Ahmedabad for D. Pharm. B. Pharm, M. Pharm and Ph. D (Pharmaceutical Sciences). It has also been duly recognized by Pharmacy Council of India. Government of Gujarat (Commisionarate of Technical Education), accredited by National Board of Accreditation, All India Council for Technical Education and International Accreditation Organization, U.S.A. The Institute has I.S.T.E. Membership.

In India, the hospitals are run by government, charitable trusts and by private organizations. The government hospitals in rural areas are called Primary Health Centres (PHCs). Major hospitals are located in district head quarters or major cities due to those lots of towns or rural area facing the lots of problems to get proper medical service or facilities while our 70 % of population are residing in rural areas. Rural healthcare in India is characterized by a huge gap between supply and demand. Pharmacists have the potential to fill the gap created due to shortage/unavailability of doctors and nursing personnel in health facilities in rural areas. This can be achieved through a policy initiative to redefine the role of pharmacists in the Indian healthcare system So based on the rules and regulations of Pharmacy Act 1948, Drugs and Cosmetic Act 1940 and Rules 1945 and Indian Medical Council Act 1956, Future Pharmacists Welfare Association (FPWA) Approved by GOVT OF INDIA (Regd No: 0066/2012) designed a Unique Protocol Named as “PHARMA CLINIC” is Legally accepted, Which can overcome all the problems of Indian Pharmacy Graduates. The traditional role of pharmacists is to manufacture and supply medicines but the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP) says that Pharmacists have an important role to play in health care, with greater health demands, increasing complexity of medicines and poor compliance, the pharmacist role has evolved into a more patient centred approach which is much more than selling medicines. On the basis of this conference, we would like to provide the platform to deliberate of the theme of conference for the interest of profession and society at large.

D.Pharm, B.Pharm, M.Pharm, Ph.D Student, Industrial person or Research Scholar

* Role of Pharmacist in Health Care Profession in India
* Condition of Indian Villages in Relation to Health Care Services
* How We Improve the Health Care Services in Villages?
* Importance of Research in Pharmacy
* Novel Techniques of Research in Pharmacy
* Drug Store and Druggist Role in India

Note: a) Poster size should be 3 ft. wide and 4 ft. long. b) Stapler, Board for poster, Board pin etc will be provided by organizing institute. c) Participants will bring their poster and tie on suggested place before half an hour of the scheduled poster session.


Registration Before 25 th Feb. 2013 (Rs.) 26 th to 28th Feb. 2013 (Rs.) Spot Registration (Rs.)
Students 250 300 350
Faculty/Industry Person 300 350 400
NRI 450 500 550


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