The pharmacist have tremendous role to the improvement of public health. With this conviction, IPA decide to develop Public-Private-Partnership (PPA) agreement initiated by Indian Pharmaceutical Association (IPA) and Central TB Division (CTBD) in 2006 to explore the potential of pharmacists for TB control programme. The association has now mooted another proposal with the CTBD to tap the potential of the retail pharmacists working in community pharmacies and hospital pharmacies.
The Indian Pharmaceutical Association (IPA) Anantapuramu Local Branch, celebrated the World Pharmacists Day 2018 (Pharmacists are your medicines experts) in collaboration with Three Pharmacy Institutions of the region; Raghavendra Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (RIPER); University College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Sri Krishnadevaraya University; and College of Pharmaceutical Science; Oil Technological Pharmaceutical Research Institute, JNT University Anantapur, in association with Chemists and Druggists Association of Anantapur District.
Pharmacovigilance (PV) is a science relating to detection, assessment, understanding and prevention of adverse effects or any other drug-related problem. To track Adverse Drug Reactions (ADRs) in Indian Population, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare (MoHFW), Government of India, has launched Pharmacovigilance Programme of India (PvPI). This programme has a pan-India outreach, but only a small proportion of the healthcare professionals have formal training on PV. As per the recent amendments to Drugs & Cosmetics (D&C) Rules, 1945, the inclusion of PV in undergraduate pharmacy curriculum as per Pharmacy Council of India (PCI) notification and order from MoHFW to all states/UTs Government regarding strengthening of PV in particular states, the avenues in PV sector have widened and it has become now a priority area. As per the theme of Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana, IPC has taken initiative for skill development and capacity building programme by imparting training to young healthcare professionals in the field of Pharmacovigilance.
Raghavendra Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (RIPER) is synonymous with high quality of education. The institute was established in the year of 2002 under Raghavendra Educational and Rural Development Society (RERDS) with Reg. No.198 /2001. The RIPER institute offered courses are D. Pharmacy, B. Pharmacy, M. Pharmacy, Pharm. D, Pharm. D (P.B), Ph. D (full time) programmes.
Raghavendra Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (RIPER) is synonymous with high quality of education. The institute was established in the year of 2002 under Raghavendra Educational and Rural Development Society (RERDS) with Reg. No.198 /2001. The RIPER institute offered courses are D. Pharmacy, B. Pharmacy, M. Pharmacy, Pharm. D, Pharm. D (P.B), Ph. D (full time) programmes
Dr. Rao Vadlamudi, President of Indian Pharmaceutical Association (IPA), has been elected as President of Commonwealth Pharmacists Association (CPA) for the year 2017-19 at CPA Conference held at Hyatt Regency, Sydney, Australia from 28 - 30, July 2017. Dr. Rao Vadlamudi is the second Indian professional to be elected as CPA President after a gap of 30 years.
INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON
ADVANCED CLINICAL PHARMACY AND ITS PRACTICE
A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE
02 August (Tuesday) 2016
INDIAN PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION (IPA) ANANTAPURAMU BRANCH
In association with
Raghavendra Institute of Pharmaceutical Education & Research - RIPER
Division of Pharmacy Practice - RIPER
Venue and Date
A C Auditorium, Raghavendra Institute of Pharmaceutical Education & Research - RIPER Anantapuramu, Andhra Pradesh, India.
02 August 2016 (Tuesday)
In the wake of the present expired drugs scam that plagued the entire pharma industry in Tamil Nadu, the Industry Division of the Indian Pharmaceutical Association plans to conduct a Panel Discussion on ‘How to Handle the Expired Drugs’. The programme will be conducted in Chennai in the first week of next month.