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  • 1. PSM India Presentation Bejon Misra Founder and Head Partnership for Safe Medicines India
  • 2. What are the goals of PSM India? • To raise public awareness of the harm to patient safety caused by spurious drugs • To raise consumer and distributor awareness of the existence and extent of spurious drugs • To work collaboratively with the medical community • To educate Indian consumers on the importance of drug quality, how to identify suspected spurious drugs, and what actions to take when encountering a suspected case • To educate community healthcare practitioners in drugstores and health centers on the problem of spurious drugs and what role they can play to lessen the problem 2
  • 3. PSM India’s International Workshop • Collaboration with ✦ ✦ ✦ Government of India World Health Organization Partnership for Safe Medicines India • Insuring Patient Safety Prevails over Commercial Interest • Regaining Consumer Confidence 3
  • 4. Study: The Extent of Spurious Drugs in the Supply Chain of Indian Market • 10,000 Manufacturers – How many meet GMP? – Small scale manufacturers are the greatest risk – Better to shape up than face the consequences 4
  • 5. Goals of the Study: • To enable assessment of the drugs available in India for compliance with regulations pertaining to pharmaceopoeial standards and spurious drugs as defined in the regulation. • To understand the extent of the spurious drug problem across the entire country. Medicines to be Evaluated 348 Essential Drugs –TB, malaria, HIV, cancer, diabetes, infection, all major therapeutic areas 5
  • 6. Expanding to Local Indian States • design a strategy to implement the use of detection and authentication technologies to make spurious and unsafe medicines easily detectable • take prompt action against all such manufacturers who violate the laws and standards of our country by working closely with the State Regulators and law enforcers 6
  • 7. Coming Up at 1:15pm • Panel 3 Bringing Criminals to Justice Across Jurisdictions