45h Th, 28h Pr
Number of credits
|Master in pharmacy (120 ECTS)||7 crédits|
Language(s) of instruction
Organisation and examination
Teaching in the first semester, review in January
Units courses prerequisite and corequisite
Prerequisite or corequisite units are presented within each program
Learning unit contents
- Drug quality control; regulatory aspects
- Drug purity and stability
- Quality control of raw materials
- Separation methods for drug analysis in complex matrix
- Quality control of end products
- Chirality and analysis
- Drug counterfetings
Learning outcomes of the learning unit
To provide the student the appropriate knowledge:
- to understand and use efficiently pharmacopoeias, the reference books for medicines.
to select the most appropriate analytical method for a given problem in the context of drug analysis (active substances, related substances, complex mixtures, pharmaceutical products, biological fluids).
Prerequisite knowledge and skills
- Introduction to analytical chemistry - Qualitative and quantitative analytical chemistry
Planned learning activities and teaching methods
Mode of delivery (face to face, distance learning, hybrid learning)
face-to-face, remote and SPOC
Organisational adjustments related to the current health context
Recommended or required readings
available on ecampus
Assessment methods and criteria
Below you will find information on the evaluation methods planned for in-person and remote exams as well as those planned for hybrid sessions. Depending on how the health crisis evolves, the chosen method will be communicated to you no later than one month before the start of the exam session.
written exam (18 pt for theory; 2 pt for practical work)
The practical work (28 h) will allow the student to gain knowledge of the monographs and the analytical approach to be integrated in order to identify and quantify drugs in complex matrix. 7 sessions will be organized.
Attendance during practical work is mandatory. In case of justified non-attendance leading to an attendance rate below 90%, the teacher reserves the right to take any action she judges necessary in order to allow the students to catch up the session(s).
see vade mecum
Marianne Fillet, Professor
Laboratoire d'Analyse des Médicaments, Institut de Pharmacie, CHU, Tour 4, 3ème étage, 4000 Liège
Tel : 04/3664345
e-mail : Marianne.Fillet@ulg.ac.be
Travaux pratiques :
Tel : 04/3664354
Fax : 04/3664347