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Chapter 1​

Introduction to social pharmacy,
Defination, Concept of Health,
Dimension of Health, Detreminants of health,
Health Indicators,
National health policy,1983,2002,2017,
Millennium Development Goals,
Sustainable Development goals,
FIP( International pharmaceutical
Federation development goals),etc

Chapter 2

Demography, Demography cycle
Family Planning,
Contraceptive method, Behavioural method, Natural method,
Chemical method, Mechanical method, Hormonal contraceptives method,
Terminal method, Post conceptional method,
Mother and child health,
Maternal and child health programmes,
Breast Feeding,
Composition of Breast Milk, Importance of Breastfeeding,
Advantages, Disadvantages,
Non-specific/innate/neutral immunity,
Specific/acquired/adaptive immunity,
Immunological Products,
Vaccines, Toxoids, Cellular Fractions etc,
Dose Schedule,Immunisation Schedules,
Water Pollution, Air Pollution, Noise Pollution
Primary Treatment, Secondary Treatment, Tertiary Treatment.
Waste Management ,Waste Collection

Chapter 3

Nutrition and Health 
Basic of Nutrition,
Balanced Diet,
Fortification of Foods,
Introduction to Food Safety,
Adulteration of Foods,
Artificial ripening of Fruits,
Genetically Modified Foods,
Dietary or Food Supplements,
Nutraceuticals, etc.

Chapter 4

Microbiology and Communicable Diseases
Introduction to Microbiology,
Introduction to Common Microorganism,
Respiratory Infections,
Chickenpox, Measles, rubella, mumps, Influenza,
(including Avian-Flu, H1N1, SARS, MERS, COVID-19),
Diphtheria, Whooping Cough, Meningococcal Meningitis,
Acute Respiratory Infection, Tuberculosis, Ebola,
Intestinal Infections,
Poliomyelitis, Viral Hepatitis, Cholera, Acute Diarrheal Diseases,
Typhoid, Amebiasis, Worm Infestations, Food Poisoning, 
Arthropod-Borne Infections,
Dengue, Malaria, Filarisis and Chikungunya, 
Surface Infections,
Trachoma, Tetanus, Leprosy,
Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs),
HIV/AIDS, etc.

Chapter 5

Health System and National Health Programmes
Health system in India,
National Health Programmes in India,
Objectives, Functions, Outcomes,
Role of Pharmacist, etc.

Chapter 6

Disaster Management 
Advantsges, Types, Management,
Role of Pharmacist in Diaster Management, etc.

Chapter 7

Objectives, Related Termiologies,
Health Insurance,
Health Maintenance Organisation (HMOs),
Health Spending,
Out of Pockets, etc.