In the laboratory courses of the Master of Science and Bachelor of Science Programmes in Pharmacy, you train a range of skills such as planning, a structured approach, practical handling, care, cooperation, plausability assessment, analysis, discussion as well as oral and written reporting.
Mastering these skills is an important part of achieving many of the goals of the education, and, as a student, you have a responsibility to practice them when given the opportunity. After each laboratory component, you must assess to what extent you have practiced some of these skills by completing the Laboratory skills checklist.
Download the Laboratory skills checklist
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