3rd International Conference on Clinical Pharmacy
Start Date: January 21, 2018
End Date: January 22, 2018
- Department of Pharmacy Practice at Manipal College of Pharmaceutical Sciences is organizing the 3rd International Conference on Clinical Pharmacy during 21-22 January 2018
- The theme of the conference is 'New era of Pharmacy Practice: Beyond traditional patient care'.
- Details regarding abstract submission, registration and accommodation can be viewed here
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Manipal Academy of Higher Education Association of Pharmacy Students (MAPS), a student body of Manipal College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Manipal, became the first organisation in the country to be granted Membership in Association (MiA) recognition by the International Pharmaceutical Students’ Federation (IPSF). MAPS was accorded membership during the 62nd IPSF General Assembly session held at Harare, Zimbabwe in August 2016. The advantage of this membership are many. To list a few, it will help MAPS to contribute towards global pharmacy education and professional development programmes, public health campaigns and other projects of the federation worldwide. Student exchange programmes and pharmacy internships will get a big boost at MCOPS following this affiliation. IPSF is one of world’s oldest international student organization of pharmacy students and pharmacists and it represents more than 3,20,000 pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences students and recent graduates in 80 countries. Headquartered in The Hague in Netherlands, IPSF is associated with World Health Organization and United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization and works closely with the International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP).
Menino Osbert Cotta, Research Fellow, School of Pharmacy, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia visited Manipal College of Pharmaceutical Sciences on 6 November 2015. Osbert Cotta delivered a lecture on "Antimicrobial Stewardship (coordinated program that promotes the appropriate use of antimicrobials)" to students and faculty members. He visited department of Pharmacy Practice and interacted with the students and faculty members regarding the current situation of Hospital and Clinical Pharmacy. He also discussed with physicians and postgraduate students of Department of General Medicine- Kasturba Hospital, Manipal regarding the proper use of antibiotics.
Twenty scholarships from the International Society for Pharmaco-epidemiology (ISPE) were bagged by the teaching faculty and students of department of Pharmacy Practice to attend the ISPE’s 9th Asia Conference on Pharmaco-epidemiology, November 14-16, 2015 in Thailand. Six teachers (Dr Sreedharan N, Dr Vijayanarayana K, Dr Rajesh V, Dr Girish Thunga, Mr Sonal Sekhar M and Mr Prasanna K Shetty), a PhD research scholar (Mr Alkesh Kumar Lokhande), twelve PharmD students (Ms.Nishitha N Prabhu , Ms.Thanmai V, Ms.Kshipra K, Mr.Amal Raj, Mr. Prem Lal, Ms. Parvathy Menon, Ms. Zoya Ahmed, Ms. Manasa Ch, Ms. Gopika Krishnan, Ms. Anuseeya Nadar, Ms. Praisy Ann Jacob and Ms. Hanisha Shah) and a MPharm student (Ms. Krishna Geetika,) are the recipients. The scholarship covers registration fee, travel and accommodation expenses. “I am really excited and this scholarship is significant. This will boost my research potential in pharmaco-epidemiology” said Nishitha Prabhu, PharmD (Intern)