BAHAWALPUR - The seminars, conferences and workshops are the best way to find solution to any problem for improvement in any field as the ideas by experts can pave way for new trends.

This was stated by Islamia University Bahawalpur Vice-Chancellor Dr Muhammad Mukhtar during his address to the participants of 2nd National Pharmacy Conference here the other day.  He said that the promotion of science and technology had opened new doors for progress in all fields including education and health and the filed of pharmacy had also been benefitted greatly. He said that modern research had helped in troduced new lines and methods for the development of pharmacy.  He underlined the need for ensuring standard of medicines and producton according to the quality control system to save patients from further problems.

He said that in the developed countries, all medicines were being thoroughly checked by the Pharmacists to reduce its minus effects so we had to promote the concept for better treatment and medical care of the patients.

Speaking on the occasion, IUB Pharmacy Faculty Dean Dr Mehmood Ahmed said that the 1st National Pharmacy Conference was held at IUB six years ago and now the 2nd National Pharmacy Conference was also hosted by the IUB which was a good sign for us as such conferences could help reduce the problems faced in the pharmacy field.  Pharmacy Department Chairman Dr Naveed Akhter remarked on the occasion that active role of Pharmacist could produce positive results so at least one Clinical Pharmacist must be posted at every 50-bed hospital for effective results of treatment.

University of Central Punjab Pharmacy Faculty Dean Dr Jamshed, BZU Pharmacy Department Dr Tayyab Ansari, Hajveri University Lahore Pharmacy Department Chairperson Dr Nasira Saifur Rehman, University of Alberta, Canada’s PhD Scholar Muhammad Khan Sarfraz, Sargodha University Pharmacy Department Chairman Dr Sajid Bashir, Women Institute of Learning Abbotabad Pharmacy Department Dr Kalsoom Farzana Ch, University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences Lahore’s Dr Farzana, GCUF Pharmacy Department, In-charge Dr Ahmed Mumtaz, Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad Dr Ehsanul Haq and COMSATS Lahore’s Dr Asma Aqeel Shah also addressed the conference meeting and highlighted the importance of pharmacy and Pharmacists  in the early and effective treatment of patients and production of medicines.