I take this opportunity on behalf of Pharmacy Practice division Of Indian Pharmacy Graduates' Association (IPGA) to thank you for accepting our request to deliver a lecture during the Healthcare Camp on "Diabetes - Screening and Care" held on Sunday, 11th June, 2017 at Delhi. Team IPGA is highly thankful to you for sparing your valuable time from your busy schedule to deliver a highly informative lecture. We are sure, many people will be able to manage their diabetes in a more effective way. Kulbhushan Gupta Co - Chairperson Pharmacy Practice Division
Family get together & felicitation of Prof Harkishan Singh on 11-02-2017 at AAIOI
31st Annual Conference of Indian Pharmacy Graduates' Association held at Lucknow
On Saturday April 22nd 2017, SGT College of Pharmacy, SGT University, organized first National Conference on Pharmacy Practice on the theme “Responsible Use of Medicines “for the pharmacy Students. The conference was sponsored by Science and Engineering Research Board (SERB), Directorate of Science and Technology (DST), Government of India, and partially by Indian Pharmacy Graduates’ Association (IPGA). It was an innovative concept to organize the “1st National Conference on Pharmacy Practice” as it brought together the professionals from Hospital Pharmacy, Community Pharmacy , Clinical Pharmacy, Industry, Research, Academics, Regulatory and other sectors of Pharmacy profession. Dr Vijay Bhalla, Director Professor SGT College of Pharmacy, used the platform to release the handbook on Career opportunities in Pharmacy practice, sponsored by IPGA welfare Trust. The renowned speakers Mr. Atul Nasa in his Keynote address highlighted some of the burning issues like Drug abuse by students, Life style disorder like Hypertension, Diabetes & Obesity. Prof. Pramil Tiwari highlighted the role of Pharmacist in the Community perspective on the usage of Medicines with utmost care and cautions to enhance patient safety. Mr. Pawan K Jaggi, deliberated on Prevention of Microbial Resistance to Antibiotics. He also informed about regulatory aspects and WHO concern on the issues. Dr. Rishi Kumar,informed the august gathering about the various Pharmacovigilance aspects and reporting methods for the benefits of the participants. He showed a very emotional video clip on Thalidomide tragedy. The main attraction of the event was participation of 365 delegates from 20 different Pharmacy Institutions from all over the country and 55 poster presentations. In the last the winners of the poster presentation competition were announced and felicitated by the jury. The winner of the poster presentation competition was Ms Nazia Siddhiqui, student of Masters from NIPER, Mohali.
School of Pharmaceutical Management, The IIHMR University in association with the Indian Pharmaceutical Graduate Associate (IPGA) conducted one day conference with the title of Pharma Summit 2017 on Saturday, 25 Feb 2017 with the theme of Emerging Careers in Pharmaceutical Industry emphasizing on Clinical Research, Pharmacovigilance, and Data Management at The IIHMR University, Jaipur. The IPGA team from Central and Rajasthan Branch coordinated well to give the momentum to the Pharma Summit 2017 and succeed to got more than 600 participants.