The Pharmaceutical Foundations offers specialists currently working or intending to work in the pharmaceutical industry an understanding of the fundamentals of pharmaceutical technology relevant to product formulation, development, and productions. This course provides an overview of the pharmaceutical industry with a general focus on manufacturing, basic quality assurance principles, drug legislation and Formulations of solid dosage forms as well as many new technologies in this field.
Explaining the theory of colloids, suspensions, and emulsions
Describing polymers for the pharmaceutical production
Explaining drug tablets and coatings
Explaining gelatin capsules, microencapsulation and vaccine formulations
Who Should Attend?
Research and development persons
Pharmaceutical formulation and production engineers and pharmacist
Quality control chemists and pharmacist
Theory of colloids, suspensions
Flocculation and deflocculating
Colloidal stability and oleo gels
Micellization and CMC. HLB and emulsions
Stability of emulsions and phase inversion temperature
Structured semisolid emulsions
Emulsification theory and homogenizers
Polymers for pharmaceutical productions
Drug tablet formulations and productions
Theory and practice of tablet coating
Gelatins, soft and hard gelatin capsules
Microencapsulation and microcapsule production
Basic vaccine formulations
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