Safety regulations in laboratories. Common laboratory material. Basic operations. Labeling and transferring products. Gravimetry. Volumetry. Experimental errors. Graphic representation of experimental data.
Currently a graduate in pharmacy is able to operate with ease in any area framed within the branch of knowledge of Experimental Sciences and Health, it is because of multidisciplinary specialists with knowledge and skills in the scientific treatment, health and ethical the drug.
To be trained in basic disciplines such as Chemistry, Biochemistry, Botany and Microbiology, and more specific as Galen and Pharmacology, a graduate in pharmacy is also qualified to practice professionally in the fields of Science and Technology, such as organic synthesis, chemical analysis , biological and food, environment, education, research or public administration.
That is why the formation of a pharmacy degree in basic aspects of experimental work in a chemistry lab to complement the theoretical knowledge, is one of the fundamental skills that a professional pharmacist should exhibit in their incorporation into the workplace.