World’s first Clinical Pharmacy Free Book Loaner Library to be opened in Karnataka soon


The Indian American Pharmacist, a non-profit organisation with an aim to promote the optimal medication use that improves health, wellness and quality of life, is all set for the grand opening of world’s first biggest clinical pharmacy free book loaner library in Karnataka in the first week of February 2016. It will provide American textbooks of Applied Therapeutics and Drug Facts and Comparison to all Pharm.D students across India, prepare them to face the Indian-American-Pharmacistfuture challenges in pharmaceutical care in India. Indian students will hugely benefit from the America’s 60 years of clinical pharmacy experience.

“Doctor of pharmacy was started in India in 2008 and currently there are more than 125 colleges and students all across India to benefit from this library. We are also in the process of developing world’s first and only one page crucial health and medication record which gives the current clinical picture of the patients which helps majority of patient population when they visit their doctor and currently there is no such record available,” said Basavaraj Banapur Bpharm. RPh.,(MS, MBA), president of Indian American Pharmacist.

“We are making the doctors’ job easy. Indian American Pharmacist will train all pharmacy students across India and Karnataka State Pharmacy Council is teamed up to train registered pharmacists in Karnataka to provide access to this software to create electronic medication records. Karnataka is going to be the first state in India to benefit from it and this is free of service on demand,” Banapur said.

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