Does your university as a body provide access to educational resources for those not studying at the university? -e.g computers, library, online courses, access to lectures?
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In the pharmacology lab, the chemistry lab, the microbiology lab, biochemistry lab and the medicinal chemistry lab, the students are engaged with the practical approaches and the basic applied skills for better understanding of the subjects studied.
The pharmaceutical compounding lab allows students to learn the latest techniques for compounding drug preparations that can be customized for individual patient needs. It features stations for each student to prepare oral, topical, and other drug preparations.
The industrial pharmacy lab has rooms for tableting, coating, emulsification and quality control equipment that provides students with an understanding of the processes used by manufacturers to prepare and test the quality of dosage forms on a large scale.
The pharmacy practice lab is a multipurpose laboratory facility, with videotaping and presentation technology throughout. It features a pharmacy with four workstations and a classroom area. Pharmacy students learn, patient care provision, drug dispensing, drug information and patient counseling techniques. Prominent display cabinets house contemporary drug product inventory. The Lab is also used to teach professional communication skills patient interviewing and counseling, prescription processing and the proper techniques for administration of medication.
The Computer Laboratory, located inside the faculty, provides a venue for the pharmacy students to master professional, technological, and research skills by providing access to the internet and to a wide range of softwares, several simulation programs as well as databases in addition to specific course related softwares as requested.