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Binaya Sapkota

Lecturer - Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences at Nobel College Faculty of Health Sciences Pokhara University | Kathmandu , Nepal

Subjects:
Basic Medical Sciences, Biology, Chemistry, Economics, Environmental Studies, Healthcare, Mathematics and Statistics, Medicine, Sociology
Spoken languages:
English, Hindi, Nepalese

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Subjects:
Basic Medical Sciences, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics and Statistics, Economics, Sociology, Environmental Studies, Medicine, Healthcare
Research Keywords:
Anticogulation practice Pharmacotherapeutics Cinical research Statistical data analysis Pharmaceutical microbiology Community pharmaceutical services Pharmacoepidemiology Pharmacoeconomics
Collaboration interests:
Anticogulation practice Pharmacotherapeutics Cinical research Statistical data analysis Pharmaceutical microbiology Community pharmaceutical services Pharmacoepidemiology Pharmacoeconomics
Biography:
I completed PharmD (Post-Bac) from Kathmandu University School of Science in 2013 where I gained expertise in therapeutics, clinical research methodology, statistical analysis, data analysis with SPSS, community pharmaceutical services, medicinal chemistry, and pharmacoepidemiology. I am currently serving as the Coordinator at Nobel College. Kathmandu, Pokhara University, Nepal. As the PharmD scholar, I focused my research interest at implementation of concept of collaborative anticoagulation clinic for the first time in Nepal. I have more than a dozen publications in BMC Public Health, BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, JCDR, BMC Research Notes, AMJ, Journal of Pharmacy Practice and Research, SAGE Open Medicine and others. I have also served as peer reviewer in various international journals including JCDR, PLOS ONE, Waste Management & Research, SAGE Open Medicine, AMJ, ASCP Annual Meeting Abstracts Review, and others.

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