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KATHUA: Adverse Drug Reaction Monitoring (ADRM) Centre in Department of Pharmacology, Government Medical College (GMC) Kathua on Friday organized an awareness-cum-sensitization programme on drug and patient safety, under the guidance of Principal GMC Kathua, Dr. Anjali Nadir Bhat.The aim of the programme is to create awareness among paramedical staff of associated hospital of GMC Kathua about the safe drug practices to enhance drug and patient safety.On the occasion of the National Pharmacovigilance (Drug safety) week, nursing staff of associated hospital was sensitized regarding the adverse drug reaction and reporting them to ADRM centre.Professor and Head of Pharmacology, Dr. Vineeta Sawheny stressed upon the safe and rational use of drugs and importance of pharamacovigilance.Senior Resident, Dr. Suman Lata explained in detail about the different adverse reactions whereas Assistant Professor, Dr. Sanjay Shah sensitized them regarding reporting procedures.
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