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  • Interview questions and answers for pharmaceutical analyst post admin Tue, 04/04/2023 - 16:13

    A pharmaceutical analyst is a professional who works in the pharmaceutical industry and is responsible for performing various tests and analyses on drugs and drug products. Pharmaceutical analysts work in quality control (QC) or research and development (R&D) departments of pharmaceutical companies.

  • Can ChatGPT be counted on Healthcare?

    A study in the Journal of The National Cancer Institute Cancer Spectrum looked at chatbots and artificial intelligence (AI), as they become popular resources for cancer information. They found these resources give accurate information when asked about common cancer myths and misconceptions. In the first study of its kind, Skyler Johnson, MD, physician-scientist at Huntsman Cancer Institute and assistant professor in the department of radiation oncology at the University of Utah (the U), evaluated the reliability and accuracy of ChatGPT’s cancer information.

  • Few medicines are failing simple dissolution test in India, a vital concern

    Indian pharmaceutical firms are struggling to deliver standard medicine to its own population which came out by a recent alert from CDSCO which notified that many pharmaceutical formulations from renowned industries are failing simple dissolution tests.

  • Pharmacovigilance - Indian view of 2023 admin Tue, 01/24/2023 - 12:26

    Pharmacovigilance is the process of monitoring and assessing the safety of medications after they have been approved and are on the market. This includes identifying and assessing potential side effects, monitoring the use of medications in real-world settings, and taking appropriate actions to minimize risks and improve patient safety.

  • Lack of medicines in Greece and the solution of Generics admin Tue, 01/10/2023 - 15:46

    The problem of drug shortages is taking on alarming proportions worldwide. In Greece at the moment, antibiotics, antipyretics and inhaled medicines are in main shortage, but Greek pharmacists noted that more than 200 drugs for almost the entire spectrum of diseases were in permanent shortage.

  • Pharmacists migration to Australia and New Zealand gets easier now with, We are an Australian healthcare education technology (EdTech) start-up based in Sydney. We provide courses that will prepare pharmacists to practice, getting a job and migrate to Australia and New Zealand.

    To put it simply, we intend to enter the Indian market because the majority of pharmacists are underpaid, and many are unaware of such vast potential outside of India, and we look forwards to spreading knowledge about such opportunities.


    Nitte College of Pharmaceutical Sciences in partnership with UNICEF and Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, executed a project on Social &Behavior Change Among the Communities to Avail Health & Nutrition Services in Karnataka. It sparked off with the inaugural ceremony on 6th of May, 2022 where Dr. Kusum Devi, Principal, NCOPS emphasizedon the importance of nutrition and immunization for the well-being of the community. NSS Officer, Dr Ashwini. Mhighlighted the essence of the project and the qualities and nature of an NSS volunteer.

  • 21 CFR PART 11 - Guidance for Industry

    This guidance is intended to describe the FDA's current thinking regarding the scope and application of part 11 of Title 21 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR); Electronic Records; Electronic Signatures and is in effect since August 20 1997.

  • How exercise protects against neurodegenerative diseases

    Accumulating evidence finds that exercise can improve brain function and delay or prevent the onset of neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease. While the underlying mechanisms remain unclear, recent research suggests that exercise-induced activation of peripheral systems such as muscle, gut, liver, and adipose tissue may affect neural plasticity. A special issue of Brain Plasticity presents new research and insights on neural plasticity and the role of peripheral factors in cognitive health.

  • Youth succumbing to cardiovascular diseases is terrifying, says Interventional cardiologist

    Cardiovascular diseases (CVD) deaths have the dubious distinction of being the highest among all fatal illnesses in India as they account for almost 25 per cent of deaths. A most worrying factor that has arisen over the past decade has been that more and more youngsters are becoming vulnerable to CVD and dying. According to me, there are several reasons for this alarming trend.

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