PHARMACEUTICAL REVIEW

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HE ROLE OF WATER AS A VECTOR IN THE TRANSMISSION OF INFECTIONS IN HOSPITALS

In preparation for the Denver Russell Memorial Teleclass Lecture, “THE ROLE OF WATER AS A VECTOR IN THE TRANSMISSION OF INFECTIONS IN HOSPITALS “, you will need the following information:
Speaker: Dr. Jimmy Walker, Public Health England, Biosafety Unit
Host: Prof. Jean-Yves Maillard, Cardiff University
Teleclass date: 17 November
Time: 1:30pm-2:30pm in London … 2:30pm in Geneva … 8:30am in New York / Toronto
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Prudential Review of Pharmaceutical Health Resources in Indian Sub- Continent

Indian subcontinent has been ruled by different empires and dynasties throughout the past. They have brought different curative skill and knowledge. Moreover, the subcontinent surrounded by variety of believes, myths’ and religions. That obviously has significantly influenced the curative philosophy and therapeutic. Hence, we have designed this study manuscript to present a prudential review of pharmaceutical resources in sub-continent. That may potentially help to
achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Whereas, the legislative support is an important factor in health care system, and is recognized by all countries of the subcontinent. World Health Organization (WHO) is continuously supporting to develop, strengthen and modify the existing legislation to enforce the national health policies. That will help to assign the exact professional roles to pharmacy professionals instead of irrelevant, clerical and administrative work. That will help to reduce the potential risk of irrational drug usage, therapeutical error and clinical mistakes in health care system to achieve the MDGs. Hence, in conclusion, current pharmaceutical scenario needs the legislative and strategic support to assure appropriate pharmaceutical and clinical care in Indian subcontinent. It is also enviable to assign the exact scientific and professional roles to pharmacy professional instead of irrelevant managerial and clerical tasks. That will potentially reduce  the irrational drug usage and poor pharmaceutical care. Otherwise serious vulnerable health problem may potentially be posed and then harbored to other parts of the world.

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Review of Pharmacy Professionals and Drug Jurisprudence to Achieve the Millennium Development Goals in Punjab Province of Pakistan

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The current health practice of Punjab Province of Pakistan needs a serious attention to control the unnecessary drug usage, improve pharmaceutical care and establish excellent public health system. Hence, the health officials of Govt. of Pakistan have established “Drug Regulatory Authority”, and Punjab Health Department has chalked out Punjab Drug Rule, 2007 to deployed a revised health structure in Punjab. But, unluckily, the medical physicians, drug store owners and bureaucracy have not put it into actual practice. Punjab Health Department has made amendments in the Drug Rules, 2007; substituted the word “three” by the “ten” and suspended it until 2017 via notification printed in the official weekly gazette dated February 10, 2010. This potential confliction of interest can also be noticed in hospital settings, community clinical practice and other allied health institutions. The most awful part the current scenario is the insufficient aspirations to share the clinical burden to provide the health facilities for patients presented in hospital/ clinical setting. The consultant physicians and medical practitioners are very much reluctant to involve the pharmacy professionals to perform their primary professional role. They want them to stay away from their actual scientific job and keep doing the administrative and clerical work. Therefore, the current health system and drug jurisprudence needs a serious attention to address the health problem. That will help to minimize avoidable mortalities, wrong medication, irrational prescription and development of drug resistance. Moreover, a conclusive prescribing guidelines and appropriate drug jurisprudence will expedite the achievement of MDG of WHO.

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