The present research endeavour was undertaken to investigate the PsyCap as a predictor of the work-related well-being of pharmacy scientists in Indian Pharmaceutical companies. For the same, 150 scientists working in different pharmaceutical companies in India were asked to respond to questionnaires viz., the Psychological Capital (PsyCap) Questionnaire and Index of Psychological Well-being at Work (IPWBW). The findings suggest psychological Capital and its facets as significant predictors of the work-related well-being of pharmacy scientists. It was found that Psychological Capital and its facets had a significant predictive influence on work-related well-being and outcomes. The third-largest healthcare professionals in the world are Pharmacists and the pharmacy profession becoming more and more popular day by day across the world, even in India, it is evolving consistently. The changing work environment due to the rapid growth of technology has impacted pharmacists in an incredibly significant way. Their overall sense of well-being has also been impacted prominently due to work pressure and the routine work involved. Hence, it’s a dire necessity to be cautious about their well-being.
M. Ilyas Khan, Arshad Siddiqui