The programme has been initiated at Central Ayurveda Research Institute Bengaluru from 18th June 2018.
Since inception, one CME and 7 Awareness programme were conducted for AYUSH Doctors, Pharmacists, paramedical staff and general public on different topics related to Pharmacovigilance and ADR reporting.
Initiation taken for OPD level collection of ADRs through personal visits by Co-ordinators and programme assistant.
Misleading advertisements published in print media, television, social media are collected and submitted to Ministry of AYUSH and state drug licensing authority with a request to take necessary action
1. Evaluation of Ayurveda drug usage pattern among rural and urban population-A cross sectional survey from Bengaluru, Karnataka (Undergoing).
The above survey is conducting among patients visiting the OPD of CARI, Bengaluru.
2. Involved as a Co-investigator in project “Perspectives of pharmacovigilance and adverse drug reaction reporting among various stake holders of Ayurveda: a cross sectional study” conducted by Intermediary Pharmacovigilance centre, Institute of Teaching and Research in Ayurveda, Jamnagar.