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NPW Events

Vydehi Institute of Pharmacy celebrated Two days event of "The 58th National Pharmacy Week" on 28th and 29th of November with great joy and enthusiasm. The major focus of NPW celebrations is to create awareness amongst the public, other healthcare providers and the authorities, about the NPW theme in particular and about the pharmacy profession and the role of the pharmacist in general. The theme selected for this year was: "Pharmacist: Your Medication Counsellor", with an aim to give attention in bringing awareness on public health and to avoid dangerous drug interactions, adverse health effects and prevent or minimize potential problems with medication safety. 28th November, first day of the program was a fun filled day at VIP as our students actively participated in various competitions like PharmaQuiz, Dumb Charades, Singing, dancing , Cooking without fire, Caroms, Treasure Hunt and Rangoli Competitions. 29th was the final day of the celebrations which was equally colourful with "ethnic wear day" for our students and staff. Prof.Dr. Lakshmayy, Principal, VIP organized and invited Prof.Dr. Ramachandra Setty, Prof and Dean RGUHS, GCP Bangalore and Prof.Dr. V.G. Joshi, Professor in Pharmaceutics as chief Guest and Guest of Honor respectively. The program started at 11:00 AM with the traditional Lamp lighting ceremony followed by a prayer song by Ms Reenu Thomas who mesmerized everyone with her beautiful voice. The event proceeded with a welcome note about the occasion and a brief introduction to the chief guests on the Dias. Prof.Dr. Ramachandra Setty, inspired everyone in the room to great heights with his wonderful words of wisdom. In his speech he said that an institution should promote the highest professional and ethical standards of pharmacy, focus the image of pharmacists as competent health care professionals, sensitize the community, government and others on vital professional issues. Quoting this year's theme he said that Pharmacists must also educate the patient about the ailment they are suffering from, the changes they need to bring in their lifestyle, food habits to maintain a healthy and disease free life. Pharmacists need to explain patients and community about the rational use of drugs and how spurious or fake drugs can be detected to avoid using those by all means. Later, Prof. Joshi's words were equally inspiring as he said that When all of us work together and start making our presence visible and demonstrate the value addition to the patients and community, the importance of the pharmacist in the society gets recognized by one and all. The program was concluded with vote of thanks by Ms. Jeevitha and felicitation of our Chief Guests by our principal.

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