(in Polish) Application of selected analytical methods in drug product quality control
The student will be involved in the pharmaceutical quality evaluation of selected drug dosage forms as well as pharmaceutical raw materials. During lab classes the student will carry out experimental research studies in the field of pharmaceutical analysis and drug product quality control. The student will gather knowledge and practical skills in the selection and development of the appropriate analytical methods (e.g. UV-Vis spectroscopy, high performance liquid chromatography) for the evaluation of drug product quality. The student will gather skills in data analysis and interpretation as well as drawing conclusions on drug product quality.
Total student workload
Contact hours with teacher:
- participation in laboratory - 30 hrs
- consultations- 2 hrs
The workload related to the activities requiring the direct participation of academic teachers is 32 hrs, which corresponds to 1.28 ECTS points.
- preparation for laboratory - 7 hrs
- reading literature- 4 hrs
- preparation for test- 7 hrs
The total workload related to the self-study hours is 18 hours, which corresponds to 0.72 ECTS point.
Altogether: 50 hrs (2 ECTS)
Learning outcomes - knowledge
W1: has basic knowledge of selected analytical methods (e.g. UV-Vis spectroscopy, high performance liquid chromatography) – K_B.W13
W2: knows basic definitions and scientific terminology connected with selected analytical methods used in pharmaceutical quality control- K_B.W13
W3: possesses knowledge on sample preparation for pharmaceutical analysis - K_B.W14
W4: is familiar with the quality control of pharmaceutical raw materials and drug products - K_B.W14
W5: is acquainted with the development and optimization of selected analytical methods used in drug product quality control - K_B.W14
Learning outcomes - skills
U1: has the ability to select and develop the appropriate analytical method for drug product quality control – K_B.U7
U2: is capable of the assessment the drug product quality - K_C.U2
U3: has basic skills in sample preparation for pharmaceutical analysis - K_B.U8
U4: can define basic terminology connected with pharmaceutical quality control - K_B.U7
U5: has basic skills in data analysis and interpretation as well as drawing conclusions on drug product quality - K_C.U19
Learning outcomes - social competencies
K1: understands the significance of drug product quality control – K_B.K1
K2: understands the importance of selection the appropriate analytical method for the reliable evaluation of drug product quality - K_B.K1
Expository teaching methods:
- practical analysis in labs
A basic knowledge of pharmaceutical sciences and instrumental analytical methods is needed to participate in laboratory.
- test (W1-W5, U1-U5)
The appropriate number of points from the final test is required.
satisfactory plus- 68-75%
good – 76-83%
good plus- 84-90%
very good- 91-100%
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