contribution policy

Terms & Conditions and Guidelines for submitting Posts/Articles/Study Material Related to Pharm. D.

Any submission is subject to the following Terms and Conditions for Submission, and must comply with the applicable Guidelines for Submission below mentioned.


Under no circumstances or in any way can RecNotes Team for Blog and Publications or persons otherwise affiliated with the aforementioned be held liable in respect of any material submitted and published at this Blog, and cannot be held responsible for its content and accuracy by a User. Nonetheless, we will, if notified and having satisfied ourselves of the bona fides of the notification, remove any content that might constitute a legal violation, such as material submitted  in potential breach of copyright.


By submitting material for publication, you guarantee that you are the original copyright holder of the work in question, and you own the legal rights to use the information. As such, we have no legal liability regarding any copyright claims, but will simply remove offending articles as/when we are advised of any breaches.


Any material submitted will be reviewed by the RecNotes Team, which decides on its publication. The publication of any material submitted will be at the sole discretion of RecNotes

Reservation of Rights

We reserve the right to accept, reject or remove any material submitted for publication with no explanation.

Offensive content

Any material deemed defamatory, racist, or otherwise illegal or offending will in any case not be approved for publication.

Non-exclusive license for publication

By submitting materials, you grant us a non-exclusive, perpetual, royalty-free, worldwide license to republish any material you submit to us in any format, including without limitation print and electronic format. In particular, you agree that we can make it available in this Blog as well as in any other RecNotes publications and/or media or social media, provided that due credit is given to the author.


It is a requirement of our submission process that you agree to receive occasional e-mails from us. If any of these notification e-mails are returned, we may refuse or withdraw publication.


You acknowledge that any breach of the above mentioned warranties may cause us damage or loss and you agree to indemnify us in full and permanently against any third party liabilities, claims, costs, loss or damage we incur as a result of publishing material you submit to us, including consequential losses.

Word Count

A Blog Post may not contain more than 1,500 words or should not less than 600 words.


Author/User can submit their post in pdf,ppt,pptx,excel,docx,doc. format in the add media section or user/author can directly share with us on our email address at [email protected]


While we appreciate the truly international nature of international course of Doctor of Pharmacy, the working language of RecNotes is English. Hence, we only accept materials submitted in English to ensure that we reach a maximum number of Users.

Clear language

All Blog Posts should be written in a clear language, with observation of rules of English grammar and spelling. We accept posts complying with either U.S. or U.K. rules of spelling, provided that one system is used consistently throughout the Blog Post.


Capitals are generally to be avoided, unless necessary or appropriate for the sake of clarity.

Text formatting

The text must be formatted in Times Now Roman 10 point, with single spacing. All embedded formatting must be removed.

Cash Prize

Every user who shares their study material related to pharm d in any format will get a cash prize of 5 to 1000 on per published post at the end of the week of a month.

Cash Reward will be credited in users rec pay wallet so user can withdraw money whenever they want and also Users have to share their mode of payment in which they want to accept payment it can be Paypal, Paytm, google pay, phone, neft, imps, UPI, direct bank transfer, etc…

How to contribute

Those submitting should include (in the same file as their blog) a short biography of themselves (150 words) and links to relevant websites or Twitter handles, as well as a headshot photo in jpg format or you can login with recnotes and complete your profile in profile settings.

Contributions should be sent to [email protected], making clear that they containing a potential blog post; file names should include the name(s) of the author(s). You can also submit your material by going in profile section>more>Post>Submit Post.

All attempts to publish blog entries as quickly as possible will be taken by the editorial board. The date of publication can be influenced by a number of factors including the range of issues to be covered and the emergence of study items that may require immediate commentary. The board must also ensure that each study material entry can attract as much visibility as possible before a new entry is uploaded. We therefore thank authors for their patience during the time they send in their contribution and its eventual publication. If your contribution is based around a particular case study or event, then please make this clear when making your submission. 

Please note that by submitting a RecNotes Blog/study material, prospective contributors agree to have their contact details shared with the editorial team. 

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