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Lippincott Illustrated Reviews: Pharmacology (SAE) Paperback – 25 Oct 2018
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Sangeeta Sharma, MD (Pharmacology), MBA (Health Care Administration), is currently Professor and Head of the Department
of Neuro psycho pharmacology, Institute of Human Behaviour and Allied Sciences (IHBAS), Delhi. She is the author of the famous
book Standard Treatment Guidelines: a Manual for Medical Therapeutics. She is also the President of the Delhi Society for
Promotion and Rational Use of Drugs (DSPRUD). Dr. Sharma has a diversified experience in health, as Secretary, Medical
Council of India, Medical Superintendent of IHBAS and Technical Co-ordinator, WHO INDIA Essential Drugs Programme. She is
actively involved in development and implementation of quality assurance programs in public hospitals. She is also a guest
faculty for NABH, Quality Council of India, for implementation of medication management module and Post Graduate
Diploma in Healthcare Quality Management (PGDHQM), Tata institute of Social Sciences (TISS), Mumbai and Faculty of
Management Studies and University of Delhi. She has developed training programs on building skills that improve rational
use of medicines, patient safety and quality of care and has conducted around 200 workshops for doctors, pharmacists,
nurses and policy makers. She has several publications in international and national journals of repute.
Thirumurthy Velpandian, PhD, is a Professor (Pharmacology), heading the Ocular Pharmacology and Pharmacy Division at Dr.
R.P. Centre for Ophthalmic Sciences at All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi. He has been involved in teaching and
research in pharmacology and pharmaceutical patient care activities of ophthalmology. He has guided more than 55 scholars
for their MD/DM and PhD and published more than 130 research articles in peer-reviewed international journals and
authored two books and more than 15 chapters in books. He is the member of academic and research committees of various
universities and government agencies. He has been a visiting professor to Harvard-MIT and BPKHS (Nepal). He is a recipient of
the Dr. Vinod Kumar Bhargava Award (2014) for Clinical Pharmacology and Drug Discovery by the National Academy of
Medical Sciences, India. He has also been the recipient of AIIMS Excellence Award for 3 consecutive years 2015–2017. He
currently serves as an Editor (Pharmacology) of Indian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology, an official journal of
Association of Physiologists and Pharmacologists of India.
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