Since the issue involved needs to be widely addressed, I am putting here as my 66th blog as a reply to his comment may not draw the attention of many. But I am addressing Mr Joshipuramanan in this blog. Please pardon me sir.
Bhagavan P S's blog
Time and again I don't know wherever I go either I will get into evaluation of pharmacy graduates or graduates themselves would be narrating their job seeking plight to me - that makes me sad. The experience of one M Pharm Biotechnology graduate (Mr Vishwanath) who met me yesterday and narrated his job seeking plight created pity on him and annoyance on the system.
This blog of mine may look odd but, believe me there is stuff in it as one goes little deeper and treasure in it if explored!
I was the one who was very happy when I learnt that students are taught in hospital environment in PharmD course. This has been one of my major observation and demand that culturing the students away from the hospital and community environment cannot yield healthy pharmacists supportive to community or hospital service.
Indian Health Service: Paving the Way for Pharmaceutical Care Quote: "For more than three decades, pharmacists with the federal Indian Health Service (IHS) have practiced pharmaceutical care in its broadest form. In fact, some credit the IHS with having invented the very concept long before the term "pharmaceutical care" was coined." ..Read more.. on:
Here is a piece of news that Maharashtra Govt wants to allow professionals who study pharmacology to practice. Go through the link below: http://www.moneylife.in/article/doctors-who-study-pharmacology-can-pract...
Murder convicts with death sentence have the right to live in this world for decades as Government guests where as a 5 day old baby had to vacate this world the moment her parents pleaded inability to pay Rs 200/- to the hospital. Where is the medical ethics, apthecary oaths,.... . Vaidhyonarayano harihi or vaidhyo yamadharmaha? Shame, shame, shame to the professiona.
The calendar should carry a warning: "The dates are closer than they appear to be" - Sharukh khan actor. - Good one I liked it.