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Internal Quality Assurance CELL (SVNIPS)

Pharmacist Oath

Code of Conduct

Preamble

Pharmacists are health professionals who assist individuals in making the best use of medications. This Code, prepared and supported by pharmacists, is intended to state publicly the principles that form the fundamental basis of the roles and responsibilities of pharmacists. These principles, based on moral obligations and virtues, are established to guide pharmacists in relationships with patients, health professionals, and society.

Principles

1. Understanding the basic and fundamental knowledge associated with the profession of pharmacy including biomedical sciences; pharmaceutical sciences; applied, social and administrative pharmaceutical sciences and manufacturing practices

2. A pharmacist promotes the good of every patient in a caring, compassionate, and confidential manner. Interpretation: A pharmacist places concern for the well-being of the patient at the center of professional practice. In doing so, a pharmacist considers needs stated by the patient as well as those defined by health science. A pharmacist is dedicated to protecting the dignity of the patient. With a caring attitude and a compassionate spirit, a pharmacist focuses on serving the patient in a private and confidential manner.

3. A pharmacist respects the autonomy and dignity of each patient. Interpretation: A pharmacist promotes the right of self-determination and recognizes individual self-worth by encouraging patients to participate in decisions about their health. A pharmacist communicates with patients in terms that are understandable. In all cases, a pharmacist respects personal and cultural differences among patients.

4. A pharmacist acts with honesty and integrity in professional relationships. Interpretation: A pharmacist has a duty to tell the truth and to act with conviction of conscience. A pharmacist avoids discriminatory practices, behavior or work conditions that impair professional judgment, and actions that compromise dedication to the best interests of patients. A pharmacist maintains professional competence. Interpretation: A pharmacist has a duty to maintain knowledge and abilities as new medications, devices, and technologies become available and as health information advances.

5. A pharmacist respects the values and abilities of colleagues and other health professionals. Interpretation: When appropriate, a pharmacist asks for the consultation of colleagues or other health professionals or refers the patient. A pharmacist acknowledges that colleagues and other health professionals may differ in the beliefs and values they apply to the care of the patient. 

6. A pharmacist serves individual, community, and societal needs. Interpretation: The primary obligation of a pharmacist is to individual patients. However, the obligations of a pharmacist may at times extend beyond the individual to the community and society. In these situations, the pharmacist recognizes the responsibilities that accompany these obligations and acts accordingly. 

7. A pharmacist seeks justice in the distribution of health resources. Interpretation: When health resources are allocated, a pharmacist is fair and equitable, balancing the needs of patients and society. The endorsement of this document was reviewed in 2017 by the Council on Pharmacy Practice and by the Board of Directors and was found to still be appropriate. Copyright American Pharmacists Association. Adopted by the membership of the American Pharmaceutical Association on October 27, 1994. Endorsed by the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists House of Delegates on June 3, 1996 (ASHP Policy 9607). Proceedings of the 47th annual session of the ASHP House of Delegates. Am J Health-Syst Pharm. 1996; 53:1805. ASHP Reports.

Journey of IQAC

Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC):

The Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) at Seth Vishambhar Nath Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, was established in the academic year 2022 with the goal of initiating, planning, and carrying out multiple activities with the highest priority to maintain and improve the quality of education, thereby enhancing the institution’s quality policy.

Goal of IQAC

Objective:

Vision Of IQAC

Mission Of IQAC

Benifits Of IQAC

IQAC Members

The composition of the IQAC is as follows

1. Chairman

2. Secretary 

3. Coordinator

4. Representative from Administration

5. Faculty Legislatures

6. Account Representative

7. Management Representative

8. Representative from Students & Alumni

8. Representative from Industries

Annual Quality Assurance Report

(AQAR)

IQAC Minutes of Meeting

Functions of IQAC

Functions: Some of the functions expected of the IQAC are:

The IQAC of Seth Vishambhar Nath Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences functions include (but are not limited to):