Pharmaceutics 3

10 Units

Develops and applies the knowledge gained in Pharmaceutics 1 and 2 to clinical practice. Students will be introduced to advanced pharmaceutical compounding techniques, the pharmaceutics of formulations used in clinical practices and the design and development of vaccines. The design and formulation of dosage forms for veterinary practice will be introduced to the student. The clinical application of the stability and incompatibilities of parenteral formulations will be discussed and expanded upon in this course. Students will apply the principles of pharmaceutics learnt previously in the formulation of personal care products, topical formulations and parenteral formulations.

Faculty Faculty of Health and Medicine
School School of Biomedical Sciences and Pharmacy
Availability Trimester 3 - 2015 (Callaghan)
Learning Outcomes

On successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  1. Describe the pharmaceutical principles behind veterinarian,vaccine, and parenteral formulations
  2. Apply the principles of the pharmaceutical sciences to advanced extemporaneous dispensing techniques
  3. Describe the pharmaceutical principles behind the design and development of common topical formulations
  4. Use advanced pharmaceutical principles to help avoid drug interactions and incompatibilities, in particular for intravenous formulations
  5. Describe the pharmaceutical principles behind formulations and therapeutic devices used in clinical practice
  1. Advanced extemporaneous dispensing techniques
  2. Formulation development and design for veterinary products, anticoagulates, antivenoms, vaccines, topical preparations and personal care preparations
  3. Pharmaceutical principles of intravenous admixtures, including stability, incompatibilities and delivery devices
  4. Design and pharmaceutical development of formulations used in clinical practice
  5. Mathematical principles for the pharmaceutical sciences
  6. Transdermal & pulmonary drug delivery devices
  • This course is only available to students enrolled in the Master of Pharmacy program.
Assumed Knowledge PHAR6114 Pharmaceutical Chemistry, PHAR6112 Pharmaceutics 1 and PHAR6122 Pharmaceutics 2
Assessment Items
  • In Term Test: Class Written examination
  • Formal Examination: Final Exam
  • Portfolio: Portfolio of ongoing activities/tasks/quizzes from tutorials
Contact Hours
  • Lecture: for 9 hour(s) per Term (2 hours per week for 4 weeks and 1 hour per week for 1 week)
  • Tutorial: for 32 hour(s) per Term (1 hour per week for 7 weeks, 2 hours per week for 2 weeks and 3 hours per week for 7 weeks)
Timetable 2015 Course Timetables for PHAR6132

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