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The Indian Pharmaceutical Association (IPA) is the oldest premier association of pharmaceutical professionals in India, with a member base of over 13,000, spread across the length and breadth of the nation. IPA operates in India through 20 state branches and more than 46 local branches. The members represent various facets of pharmaceutical profession viz., industry, regulatory, community and hospital pharmacy practices and education. As a member of the Drug Technical Advisory Board, India, IPA is actively involved in advising the government on matters of professional importance. IPA is affiliated with international pharma associations like FIP, FAPA, CPA, AAPS, AAiPS, IPSF and is working with international bodies such as WHO and WHPA for carrying out various collaborative professional activities that include organizing training programmes for professionals from industry, academics, regulatory and practice. IPA makes representations to the authorities on matters of professional interest and works constantly towards upgrading the standards of pharmacy professional services offered by the pharmacists. IPA’s major objective is to position pharmacists as one of the important healthcare providers in our country.
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IPA Annual Report 2015 - 16 | IPA Audited Financial for the year ended 31.03.2016

 
 
 
News Bytes :- IPA in News Advocacy Corner
A request letter to the Under Secretary (Drugs), Ministry of Health & Family Welfare expressing support to the draft rules to amend the Drugs and Cosmetics Rules, 1945 (16.01.2017)
Letter to the Hon’ble Minister of Health and Family Welfare from Federation of Internationale Pharmaceutique in support of IPA for advocacy issue on representation of Professional Management of Community Pharmacies by persons without the appropriate competence
IPA Headquarter Holiday list for the year 2017
A request letter to the Hon’ble Minister of Health & Family Welfare regarding training of unqualified persons to enable them to handle pharmacies (28.11.2016)
A Request letter to the Chairman – Assam Public Service Commission for rectifying anomalies in the Advt. No. 15/2016 dated 26.10.2016 published inviting applications for the post of Inspector of Drugs under Health and Family Welfare Department (07.11.2016)
IPA Award function & Fellowship Dinner report 2016
IPA Convention report 2016
British National Formulary (BNF) Vol. 68 (2014-15) and BNF for Children (2013-14) available at IPA office, contact ipacentre@ipapharm.org
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