SCOPE OF PHARMACIST ON FUTURE ASPECT
Pharmacy is a profession started in India early in 20th Century. Since then, it has undergone many changes educationally and professionally. The Profession of Pharmacy is Associate in Nursing integral a part of the aid system worldwide. Pharmacies are a well-organized follow will go an extended way to ensure quality health care for the patient. In past, pharmacists were answerable for dispensing medications solely. Slowly, the normal role of pharmacists is increasing and currently pharmacists are enjoying a significant role team member within the direct care of patients, especially the new generation pharmacists World Health Organization have Pharm. D. in the future, innovations in the discovery and development of newer medicine and dosage forms are used and personalized pharmacotherapy are propagated. The future pharmacist needs to bear in mind of those developments to advise the doctor and the patient to be a competent partner within the healthcare team. At the same time, the drug restrictive authorities in Republic of India and medical professionals have to be compelled to recognize the contribution of the pill pusher to society. Only then can the noble pharmacy profession be able to reach the level of greatness it deserves.
Keywords: druggist, India, patient counseling, future, and unemployment.
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