• Degree Programmes Offered
  • CE1: Identify, design, obtain, analyze, control and produce drugs and medicines and other products and raw materials of health interest for human or veterinary use.
  • CE2: Module: Chemistry - Ability to select appropriate techniques and procedures in the design, application and evaluation of reagents, methods and analytical techniques.
  • CE3: Módulo: Química - Desarrollar análisis higiénico-sanitarios, especialmente los relacionados con los alimentos y medioambiente.
  • CE4: Module: Chemistry - Developmental skills to carry out standard laboratory processes including the use of instruments for synthesis and chemical analysis.
  • CE5: To develop in students an understanding of the risks associated with the use of chemical substances and laboratory procedures.
  • CE6: Module: Chemistry - Capability to know the physico-chemical characteristics of the substances used for the manufacture of drugs.
  • CE7: Module: Chemistry - To know and understand the characteristics of the reactions in solution, the different states of matter and the principles of thermodynamic and their application to the pharmaceutical sciences.
  • CE8: Módulo: Química - Conocer y comprender las propiedades características de los elementos y sus compuestos, así como su aplicación en el ámbito farmacéutico.
  • CE9: Módulo: Química - Conocer y comprender la naturaleza y comportamiento de los grupos funcionales en moléculas orgánicas.
  • CE10: Module: Chemistry - To know the origin, nature, design, obtaining, analysis and control of medicines and sanitary products.
  • CE11: Module: Chemistry - To know the principles and procedures for the analytical determination of compounds: analytical techniques applied to the analysis of water, food and environment.
  • CE12: Module: Chemistry - To know and apply the main structural research techniques including spectroscopy.
  • CE13: To provide students with the knowledge of chemical reactions in solution, the different states of matter, the thermodynamic principles, and their application to pharmaceutical sciences.
  • CE14: To be able to name and formulate inorganic and organic compounds.
  • CE15: To achieve the skills to solve basic problems related to the determination of empirical and molecular formulae of chemical compounds.
  • CE16: To be able to solve simple quantitative problems related to chemical processes in equilibrium, as well as from a kinetic point of view.
  • CE17: To achieve the capacity to explain in understandable terms those phenomena and processes related to basic chemical issues.
  • CE18: To know the characteristic properties of the elements and their compounds, as well as their applications in the pharmaceutical field.
  • CE19: To assign and predict the structure of inorganic chemical compounds.
  • CE20: To achieve the capacity to explain in understandable terms those phenomena and processes related to Inorganic Chemistry.
  • CE21: To recognize the bond types that can be present in organic compounds.
  • CE22: To understand and know how to use the different representations of organic molecules.
  • CE23: To know how to apply the general rules of nomenclature of organic compounds, including stereochemistry.
  • CE24: To identify the different functional groups present in organic molecules and to know how to relate their presence with the physicochemical properties of organic molecules.
  • CE25: To know the general reactivity of the most important functional groups present in organic molecules.
  • CE26: To know the mechanisms of the most important chemical transformations.
  • CE27: To know the more general methods to obtain the different types of compounds.
  • CE28: To know how to relate the presence of functional groups in the molecules with their reactivity in different reaction types (substitutions, eliminations, additions, etc.)
  • CE29: To understand and to be able to predict the behaviour of organic compounds in different environments (chemical, biological, environmental)
  • CE30: To be able to design synthesis of simple organic compounds from certain starting reagents and involving more than one reaction.
  • CE31: To know how to apply the basic techniques of synthesis, isolation and characterization for organic compounds.
  • CE32: To know the risks associated to the use of organic compounds and the techniques used in their handling, preparation, isolation, purification and analysis.
  • CE33: Conocer y aplicar las leyes y principios fisicoquímicos para determinar las propiedades de los sistemas farmacéuticos.
  • CE34: Conocer las propiedades físico-químicas de los principios activos y excipientes así como las posibles interacciones entre ambos.
  • CE35: Saber aplicar los conocimientos adquiridos para la resolución de problemas físico-químicos y elaborar y defender argumentos.
  • CE36: Desarrollar experiencias de laboratorio y saber evaluar los datos científicos relacionados con el medicamento y productos sanitarios.
  • CE37: Conocer los principios de la cinética química y su aplicación el estudio de la estabilidad de medicamentos y de la farmacocinética.
  • CE38: Conocer las propiedades de las disoluciones reales.
  • CE39: Conocer las bases de los procesos de adsorción.
  • CE40: Conocer las bases de los procesos de difusión en procesos de disolución, liberación de fármacos desde matrices poliméricas, liberación a partir de cápsulas, etc.
  • CE41: Comprender a nivel básico el comportamiento de las macromoléculas en base a sus propiedades fisicoquímicas.
  • CE42: Develop hygienic-sanitary analyzes, especially those related to food and the environment.
  • CE43: Identify and understand the importance of each stage of the analytical process.
  • CE44: Understand the importance of quality control in the analytical laboratory, as well as the statistical procedures and tools necessary to carry out this control.
  • CE45: Establish the classification of the main analytical methods, understand their fundamentals and know how to select their use according to the purpose of the analysis.
  • CE46: Properly employ the working methodologies of the techniques used in practical laboratory sessions and know how to prepare and submit an analytical report.
  • CE47: Ability to analyze active principles, drugs and other products and materials of interest in health.
  • CE48: Ability to design, identify, obtain and analyze drugs and active ingredients.
  • CE49: Ability to understand the safe use of drugs, taking into account their physical and chemical properties.
  • CE50: Ability to develop drug synthetic processes using suitable instrumentation and scientific equipment.
  • CE51: Ability to use spectroscopic techniques for the structural characterization of drugs and active ingredients.
  • CE52: Módulo: Física y Matemáticas - Aplicar los conocimientos de Física y Matemáticas a las ciencias farmacéuticas.
  • CE53: Módulo: Física y Matemáticas - Aplicar técnicas computacionales y de procesamiento de datos, en relación con información referente a datos físicos, químicos y biológicos.
  • CE54: Módulo: Física y Matemáticas - Diseñar experimentos en base a criterios estadísticos.
  • CE55: Módulo: Física y Matemáticas - Evaluar datos científicos relacionados con los medicamentos y productos sanitarios.
  • CE56: Módulo: Física y Matemáticas - Utilizar el análisis estadístico aplicado a las ciencias farmacéuticas.
  • CE57: Understand the experimental and theoretical basis of Physics and its mathematical requirements
  • CE58: Problem solving: evaluation of orders of magnitude; identify situations with similar physics involved to use analogy in the solutions
  • CE59: Understanding of the theories behind physical phenomena: knowledge of the more relevant physical models (mathematical and logical structure, experiments and physical description)
  • CE60: Mathematical skills: be competent in the mathematical and numerical methods more common.
  • CE61: Modelling and problem solving: identify the key elements in a process/situation to be able to model it; simplify the problem to a manageable size; use of critical thinking to make physical models.
  • CE62: Basic and applied research: understand the research in Physics and its applications; design of experimental/theoretical procedures to: (i) solve current problems in academic and industrial research; (ii) improve the existing solutions.
  • CE63: Calculate integrals with different methods for calculating primitives.
  • CE64: Solve simple ordinary differential equations.
  • CE65: Design simple experiments that may be useful to achieve the objectives of the study.
  • CE66: Describe and synthesize the dataset observed in the experiment.
  • CE67: Analyze the data observed using a statistical package.
  • CE68: Interpret the results provided by statistical packages.
  • CE69: Prepare and submit a report of the experimental study conducted.
  • CE70: Módulo: Biología - Conocer las estructuras de las biomoléculas y sus transformaciones en la célula.
  • CE71: Módulo: Biología - Desarrollar habilidades relacionadas con el uso de los efectos beneficiosos de las plantas medicinales y comprender los riesgos sanitarios asociados con su mal uso.
  • CE72: Módulo: Biología - Estimar los riesgos biológicos asociados a la utilización de sustancias y procesos de laboratorios implicados.
  • CE73: Módulo: Biología - Comprender la relación entre el ciclo de vida de los agentes infecciosos y las propiedades de los principios activos.
  • CE74: Módulo: Biología - Desarrollar habilidades para identificar dianas terapéuticas y de producción biotecnológica de fármacos, así como de uso de la terapia génica.
  • CE75: Módulo: Biología - Conocer y comprender el control microbiológico de los medicamentos.
  • CE76: Módulo: Biología - Conocer las propiedades de las membranas celulares y la distribución de fármacos.
  • CE77: Módulo: Biología - Conocer la naturaleza y comportamiento de agentes infecciosos.
  • CE78: Módulo: Biología - Conocer las principales rutas metabólicas que intervienen en la degradación de fármacos.
  • CE79: Módulo: Biología - Conocer las plantas medicinales: diversidad botánica, fisiología, uso y gestión.
  • CE80: Know how a cell is structured, and its evolution.
  • CE81: To have a general understanding of how cells work.
  • CE82: Be able to understand where different cell processes take place.
  • CE83: Know the cell cycle and its regulation.
  • CE84: Understand the basic principles of the organisation of genomes, heredity, and biological diversity.
  • CE85: Know how the plant body is organised.
  • CE86: Know the basic principles of how plants work.
  • CE87: Know the practical assays that can be made in order to test different hypotheses related to plant physiology.
  • CE88: Know how to operate apparatus and basic techniques related to the subject.
  • CE89: Knowledge of the morphology and systematics of plants, fungi and algae, especially those with interest in Pharmacy, including medicinal plants.
  • CE90: Understanding and interpreting scientific works related to plants, fungi and algae.
  • CE91: To carry out works of collection, preparation and conservation of plants, fungi and algae samples in order to study and identify these organisms by keys.
  • CE92: To know how plants, fungi and algae can influence the development of the pharmaceutical profession.
  • CE93: Recognize the limitations and the need to maintain and update the professional competence, giving special importance to the self-learning of new knowledge based on scientific evidence.
  • CE94: Understand and manage basic scientific terminology in the area of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.
  • CE95: Learn about the structure and properties of biomolecules and their relationship with the role, as well as their transformations in the cell.
  • CE96: Understand the functioning of enzymes and their regulation.
  • CE97: Learn about the mechanisms of production and transformation of energy.
  • CE98: Know the major metabolic pathways and obtain an integrated view of the metabolism and its regulation.
  • CE99: Know and understand the processes essential for the transmission of genetic information from DNA to protein.
  • CE100: To carry out works of collection, preparation and conservation of plants, fungi and algae samples in order to study and identify these organisms by keys.
  • CE101: Know and apply correctly the vocabulary and specific terminology of Microbiology.
  • CE102: Know the different types of microorganisms and understand their growth, both at the level of individual cells and populations, their requirements and the methods used for their control.
  • CE103: Know the basic aspects of the biology of microorganisms in their structural, metabolic, genetic, ecological, taxonomic, evolutionary and applied aspects.
  • CE104: Know and understand the criteria for classification and identification of microorganisms, with special emphasis on microorganisms of clinical and industrial interest.
  • CE105: Understand the mechanisms of microbial pathogenicity and the importance of nonspecific and specific defenses against infection.
  • CE106: Know the main biotechnological applications of microorganisms, sterility control systems for raw materials and finished products and techniques of microbiological control in the production processes of medicines.
  • CE107: To master the basic techniques of the Microbiology laboratory, with special attention to the techniques of asepsis, sterilization, culture, isolation, visualization and identification of the basic types of microorganisms.
  • CE108: Handle with precision and safety products, equipment and laboratory equipment.
  • CE109: Identify, obtain, analyze and produce drugs and other products and raw materials of health interest for human or veterinary use.
  • CE110: Know and identify the raw materials of biological origin (crude drugs) that are used to obtain drugs and medicines based on medicinal plants.
  • CE111: To know the bases and stages of the analytical control of vegetal drugs.
  • CE112: Know the use, efficacy and safety of medicinal plants.
  • CE113: To know the main structural types of secondary metabolites used to obtain drugs and their relationship with biosynthetic pathways.
  • CE114: Acquire the ability to design the extraction and purification method more suitable for the isolation of the active principles of a crude drug, as well as know how to apply the spectroscopic techniques to the structural elucidation of the same.
  • CE115: To know the pharmacological activity of the active principles of those crude drugs, which for their therapeutic interest, are considered the more important vegetal drugs.
  • CE116: Understand the use of natural products as "lead compounds" for the development of new drugs.
  • CE117: Open new perspectives for the development of biotechnology in the investigation of living organisms as sources of new active principles.
  • CE118: Knowledge of the morpho-anatomy and life cycle of the parasite agents that cause human diseases and pets.
  • CE119: Relationship between the life cycle of the parasites with the epidemiology, geographical distribution and infestation and transmission of parasites to humans.
  • CE120: Knowledge of the nature and behaviour of parasites such as infectious agents. Study of the diseases they cause, symptoms and diagnosis.
  • CE121: Relationship between the life cycle of the parasites with the measures for the prevention and control of parasitic diseases.
  • CE122: Rational knowledge of the most appropriate medications for the treatment of parasitic diseases.
  • CE123: Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Technology - Design, optimization and elaboration of pharmaceutical dosage forms guaranteeing their quality, including formulation and drugs quality control, drugs compounding and large scale compounding.
  • CE124: Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Technology – Usage of the quality control of sanitary, dermo-pharmaceutical and cosmetic products and conditioning materials.
  • CE125: Módulo: Farmacia y Tecnología Farmacéutica - Conocer los procesos de liberación, absorción, distribución, metabolismo y excreción de fármacos, y factores que condicionan la absorción y disposición en función de sus vías de administración.
  • CE126: Module: Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Technology - Program and correct the dosage of drugs based on their pharmacokinetic parameters.
  • CE127: Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Technology- knowledge of the physicochemical and bio-pharmaceutic properties of the active principle ingredient and excipients as well as the possible interactions.
  • CE128: Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Technology - knowledge of the stability of the active principle ingredient and pharmaceutical dosage forms as well as the study methods.
  • CE129: Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Technology – knowledge of the basic operations and technological processes related with the production and control of drugs.
  • CE130: Module: Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Technology - Determination of bioavailability, evaluation of bioequivalence and factors that determine them.
  • CE131: To know the processes of release, absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion of the drugs.
  • CE132: To be able to identify the factors that influence the absorption and disposition of drugs depending on their route of administration
  • CE133: To know the biopharmaceutical properties of the active principles and excipients as well as the possible interactions between both.
  • CE134: Módulo: Legislación y Farmacia Social - Conocer los fundamentos de la salud pública e intervenir en las actividades de promoción de la salud, prevención de la enfermedad en los ámbitos individual y colectivo y contribuir a la educación sanitaria, reconociendo los determinantes de salud en la población, tanto los genéticos como los dependientes del sexo y estilos de vida, demográficos, ambientales, sociales, económicos, psicológicos y culturales.
  • CE135: Module: Law and Social Pharmacy -To know, understand and apply the legal, social and economic issues in the field of health and in particular with the medicine.
  • CE136: Módulo: Legislación y Farmacia Social - Conocer los principios éticos y deontológicos y actuar según las disposiciones legislativas, reglamentarias y administrativas que rigen el ejercicio profesional colaborando con otros profesionales de la salud y adquiriendo habilidades de trabajo en equipo.
  • CE137: Module: Legislation and Social Pharmacy – to master information retrieval techniques related to primary and secondary information sources (including databases by using computers) and computerized.
  • CE138: Social Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical laws: to acquire knowledge in management techniques in all pharmaceutical fields.
  • CE139: Módulo: Legislación y Farmacia Social - Conocer los principios y la metodología científica aplicada a las ciencias farmacéuticas, incluyendo la historia y función social de la Farmacia.
  • CE140: Module: Law and Social Pharmacy -Basic knowledge of the National Health System, the health legislation in general and specifically related to the medications, medical devices and pharmaceutical industry.
  • CE141: Module: Legislation and Social Pharmacy - Know the techniques of oral and written communication by acquiring skills that allow informing users of pharmaceutical establishments in terms intelligible and appropriate to various cultural levels and social environments.
  • CE142: Learn about the basic concepts of health and Public Health
  • CE143: Acquire knowledge of the epidemiological and scientific method, pharmacoepidemiology, pharmacovigilance, clinical trials and studies of scientific evidence.
  • CE144: Strategies for health promotion and disease prevention.
  • CE145: Understand and assess the determinants of health.
  • CE146: Knowing about the relationship between environment and health.
  • CE147: Acquire the knowledge on the epidemiology and prevention of communicable and non-communicable diseases.
  • CE148: To know the techniques and applications in the field of environmental health, sanitation and hygiene are primarily in the pharmaceutical industry.
  • CE149: To Acquire knowledge about baking and the prevention of occupational hazards.
  • CE150: Knowing the methods and means of health education.
  • CE151: Knowledge about health programming.
  • CE152: To Acquire knowledge about health care organization: Health Systems, International Public Health.
  • CE153: Know the ethical and deontological principles and act according to the laws, regulations and administrative provisions governing the exercise professional working with other health professionals and gaining skills to work in a team.
  • CE154: Learn about the techniques of oral and written communication skills to inform users of the pharmaceutical establishments in terms intelligible and appropriate to the various levels of cultural and social environments.
  • CE155: Basic knowledge in clinical management, health economics and efficient use of health resources.
  • CE156: Management of the pharmaceutical products, including distribution, in all sanitary set up, including: pharmacy, hospital, pharmaceutical distribution and pharmaceutical industry.
  • CE157: Módulo: Medicina y Farmacología - Utilizar de forma segura los medicamentos teniendo en cuenta sus propiedades físicas y químicas incluyendo cualquier riesgo asociado a su uso.
  • CE158: Módulo: Medicina y Farmacología - Conocer y comprender los fundamentos básicos de los análisis clínicos y las características y contenidos de los dictámenes del diagnóstico de laboratorio.
  • CE159: Módulo: Medicina y Farmacología - Desarrollar análisis higiénico-sanitarios (bioquímico, bromatológico, microbiológicos, parasitológicos) relacionados con la salud en general y con los alimentos y medio ambiente en particular.
  • CE160: Módulo: Medicina y Farmacología - Evaluar los efectos de sustancias con actividad farmacológica.
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  • CE162: Módulo: Medicina y Farmacología - Llevar a cabo las actividades de farmacia clínica y social, siguiendo el ciclo de atención farmacéutica.
  • CE163: Module: Medicine and Pharmacology - Promoting the rational use of drugs and medical devices.
  • CE164: Módulo: Medicina y Farmacología - Adquirir las habilidades necesarias para poder prestar consejo terapéutico en farmacoterapia y dietoterapia, así como consejo nutricional y alimentario a los usuarios de los establecimientos en los que presten servicio.
  • CE165: Módulo: Medicina y Farmacología - Comprender la relación existente entre alimentación y salud, y la importancia de la dieta en el tratamiento y prevención de las enfermedades.
  • CE166: Módulo: Medicina y Farmacología - Conocer y comprender la gestión y características propias de la asistencia farmacéutica en las Estructuras Asistenciales de Atención Primaria y de Atención Especializada en el Sistema Sanitario.
  • CE167: Module: Medicine and Pharmacology – Assessing toxicological effects of substances applying relevant assays.
  • CE168: Módulo: Medicina y Farmacología - Conocer las propiedades y mecanismos de acción de los fármacos.
  • CE169: Módulo: Medicina y Farmacología - Conocer y comprender la estructura y función del cuerpo humano, así como los mecanismos generales de la enfermedad, alteraciones moleculares, estructurales y funcionales, expresión sindrómica y herramientas terapéuticas para restaurar la salud.
  • CE170: Módulo: Medicina y Farmacología - Conocer la Naturaleza, mecanismo de acción y efecto de los tóxicos, así como los recursos en caso de intoxicación.
  • CE171: Module: Medicine and Pharmacology - Knowing the analytical techniques related to laboratory, toxic, food and environmental diagnosis.
  • CE172: Módulo: Medicina y Farmacología - Conocer y comprender la gestión y características propias de la asistencia farmacéutica en el ámbito oficinal y de la industria farmacéutica.
  • CE173: Know the anatomical terminology.
  • CE174: Knowledge of tissues.
  • CE175: Knowledge of training in the early stages of the embryo.
  • CE176: Knowledge of the organs, apparatus and systems of the human body.
  • CE177: Recognize the bones of the human body.
  • CE178: Recognize the viscera of the human body.
  • CE179: Know the relationships of the viscera.
  • CE180: Know the structures of the Nervous System.
  • CE181: To know the relations of the structures of the Nervous System.
  • CE182: Ability of oral and written expression using correctly the terminology which belongs to the subject
  • CE183: To know and understand the basic principles and laws that govern the function of our cells, organs, apparatus and systems.
  • CE184: To know and understand the basic physiology of the human body, from the molecular level to the whole organism, in the different stages of life.
  • CE185: To know and interpret how each organ participates in the maintenance of a constant internal environment.
  • CE186: To know the mechanisms of regulation that control the different functions and the mutual interactions of the different corporal systems.
  • CE187: To learn how to understand the organism as a whole.
  • CE188: To use of the scientific bibliography of the subject.
  • CE189: Poseer y comprender los conocimientos en el área de Fisiopatología.
  • CE190: To Know and understand general mechanisms of the disease, as well as the disorders of the functions of our cells, organs and systems, characteristic of the diseases that lead to the manifestations of the same, taking into account the implications of the differences of gender.
  • CE191: To know and understand medical terminology and syndromic expression.
  • CE192: The student must acquire basic knowledge on basic and applied immunology.
  • CE193: The student must acquire basic knowledge on the immune system.
  • CE194: The student must acquire knowledge of the application of immunological reactions to the laboratory.
  • CE195: The student must acquire knowledge of immunopathology and pharmacology of the immune system.
  • CE196: The student must acquire comprehension of the nature of the biological associations.
  • CE197: To intervene in the activities of health promotion, prevention of illness, in the individual, family and community; with a comprehensive and multi-professional vision of the health-illness process.
  • CE198: Develop hygienic-sanitary analyzes, especially those related to food.
  • CE199: Know and handle the basic terminology of Nutrition, Food Science, Dietetics and Diet Therapy.
  • CE200: To know the nutrients and other components of nutritional interest, as well as the sources, recommendations and the repercussions that would have on health its deficiencies and / or excesses
  • CE201: To know and apply basic food analyzes to evaluate the composition and nutritional value of the different food groups that are part of the usual diet.
  • CE202: To issue nutritional and food advice in the professional field, taking into account the difference by gender, physiological or pathological state.
  • CE203: To know the relationship between food and health as well as the importance of diet in the treatment and prevention of diseases, considering gender biases.
  • CE204: Acquire the necessary knowledge to evaluate the fitness of the food for consumption.
  • CE205: Perform the process of nutritional assistance ambulatory and hospital.
  • CE206: To issue dietary advice on health, fitness and medical nutritional therapy, considering gender differences.
  • CE207: To acquire basic concepts in Pharmacology (concept of drug, agonist, antagonist, mechanism of action, pharmacological action and interactions, etc.).
  • CE208: To know and to understand the different mechanisms by which the drugs exert their actions and pharmacological effects.
  • CE209: To know the pharmacological actions and to relate them with the therapeutic effects and the adverse reactions.
  • CE210: To relate the physicochemical characteristics of drugs with their pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic properties.
  • CE211: To know the indications and contraindications of the medicines, as well as, the posology and precautions of use.
  • CE212: To know the methodology for the evaluation of substances with pharmacological activity at the level of experimental pharmacology (in vitro and in vivo).
  • CE213: Properly select and dispense medicines and other products of health interest using criteria of efficacy, safety, pharmacokinetic and cost / effectiveness.
  • CE214: Provide therapeutic advice in pharmacotherapy and diet therapy.
  • CE215: Promote the rational use of medicines and health products, as well as acquire basic knowledge in clinical management, health economics and efficient use of health resources.
  • CE216: Identify, evaluate and assess problems related to drugs and medicines, as well as participate in pharmacovigilance activities.
  • CE217: Carry out clinical and social pharmacy activities, following the cycle of pharmaceutical care.
  • CE218: Assessing the therapeutic and toxic effects of substances with pharmacological activity
  • CE219: Knowledge of the basic concepts of Toxicology
  • CE220: Knowledge of different toxicokinetic processes (absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion) and ecotoxicokinetics
  • CE221: Knowledge of nature, mechanisms of action and effect of toxics. Searching solutions in case of intoxication
  • CE222: Drug safety considering their physical and chemical properties and potential risks associated with their use.
  • CE223: Designing and assessing toxicological assays
  • CE224: Carry out the activities of the clinical and social pharmacy. Pharmaceutical care in relation to the safety of drugs and medical devices
  • CE225: Assessing toxic effects of substances with pharmacological activity: side effects of drugs. Acute and chronic intoxications.
  • CE226: Knowledge of analytical techniques related to laboratory diagnosis in drug-induced intoxications
  • CE227: Knowing and manage the basic information sources related to Toxicology
  • CE228: Designing, implementing and evaluating reagents, clinical analytical methods and techniques, knowing the basics of clinical analyses and the nature and contents of laboratory diagnostic reports.
  • CE229: Develop health and hygiene analyses
  • CE230: Knowledge and correct application of the terminology and specific elements of the microbiology laboratory.
  • CE231: Understand that any organism is usually able to produce different clinical pictures, and a particular clinical process may be caused by different aetiological agents.
  • CE232: Knowledge of the most common infectious processes that affect different organs and systems, as well as the differential diagnosis of the causes or aetiological agents of each one.
  • CE233: Knowledge of the most common aetiological agents, pathogenesis and laboratory diagnosis.
  • CE234: Establish the criteria for the differential aetiological diagnosis of infection, especially those that must be followed when taking, transporting and processing a sample at a clinical laboratory.
  • CE235: Select from the various laboratory tests the most sensitive, reliable and rapid diagnosis of a particular infectious disease or differential aetiological diagnosis of a given syndrome.
  • CE236: Initiating the practical realization of the microbiological analysis of samples and interpretation of the results for laboratory diagnosis.
  • CE237: Mastering parasitological analytical terminology.
  • CE238: Acquire and develop relevant skills for the correct management of all durable goods and consumables used in the field of diagnostic parasitology.
  • CE239: Understand the basic methods and techniques used in the diagnosis of parasitic diseases and the fundamentals of their application.
  • CE240: Mastering the techniques necessary for correct parasitological processing of any biological sample prone to be analyzed at laboratory
  • CE241: Knowledge of the diagnostic utility of each method and technique as well as of the biological material needed for the correct diagnosis of each of the different human parasites.
  • CE242: Knowledge and use of documentary sources of all types within the field of diagnosis of microbial diseases and parasites according to one’s own judgment.
  • CE243: Master the analytical terminology in clinical chemistry and haematology
  • CE244: Know and understand the basis of the methods and technique used in clinical chemistry and haematology for the diagnosis of occupational diseases and the basis of their application.
  • CE245: To know and to develop the necessary techniques in clinical chemistry and haematology for proper processing of any biological sample that may be analysed in a laboratory of clinical chemistry and haematology.
  • CE246: To know the diagnostic utility of each method and technique in clinical chemistry and haematology, valuing what is your specific use, the prognostic value and the complementary test that requires, considering the gender bias in the clinical diagnoses.
  • CE247: Know and handle with the documentary sources of Clinical Biochemistry and haematology within the field of diagnosis of human diseases.
  • CE248: Training in addressing analytical results in an interdisciplinary manner with other professionals.
  • CE249: Development of future professional awareness based on the relevance of the diagnosis made.
  • CE250: Identify, design, obtain, analyze, control and produce raw materials of sanitary interest for human use.
  • CE251: Design, prepare, supply and dispense other products of health interest.
  • CE252: Acquire your own terminology in the field of healthcare products and manage information sources.
  • CE253: Know the functionality and pathologies of the superior and the lower member and the backbone.
  • CE254: Address three-dimensional design strategies and manufacture of orthoprosthetic material.
  • CE255: Interpret the prescription of orthoprosthetic prescription, effects and accessories, and perform the execution of the benefits.
  • CE256: Know the legislation of orthopedic health products at the regional, national and European levels.
  • CE257: Adapt the orthoses and prostheses to patients in a safe and effective manner.
  • CE258: Apply quality control processes and standardized work procedures in Orthoprothetic.
  • CE259: To take measurements and record anthropometric variables.
  • CE260: To know the legislation on the nutraceuticals at national and international level.
  • CE261: To study the applications and diet therapeutics treatment.
  • CE262: To know the utilization and the recommendation of the nutraceuticals.
  • CE263: To know the different nutraceutical typology and its origins.
  • CE264: To evaluate the therapeutic effects of herbal medicines. To identify and evaluate the health risks associated with their use.
  • CE265: To develop skills related to the use and dispensing of herbal medicines and other related preparations in the pharmacy, issuing therapeutic advice and promoting their rational use.
  • CE266: Evaluation of quality control of herbal medicines, medicinal plants and related preparations.
  • CE267: Evaluation of the efficacy of herbal medicines
  • CE268: To apply knowledge in clinical situations to issue therapeutic advice and participate in decision making in the hospital, community and home care.
  • CE269: To know the pharmacotherapy most appropriate to each clinical situation and that can be applied with the maximum scientific evidence, applying the guided clinics.
  • CE270: To know how to locate and evaluate clinical drug data to provide adequate information to both health professionals and patients.
  • CE271: To know how to register the service of the pharmacist, with the purpose of guaranteeing the effective and safe use of medicines.
  • CE272: To acquire the ability to detect and resolve the lack of information presented by the patient regarding health problems and / or drug use.
  • CE273: Knowledge of the skin and mucous membranes as living substrate of the cosmetics products and its dysfunctions.
  • CE274: Application of the different cosmetic ingredients in the manufacture of cosmetic products.
  • CE275: Develop skills to develop different dermo-pharmaceutical forms.
  • CE276: Knowledge of the safety and efficacy controls of cosmetic preparations.
  • CE277: Use of good manufacturing practice guidelines in the developed of dermo-pharmaceutical preparations.
  • CE278: Recognition of dermo-pharmaceuticals forms in their legal framework.
  • CE279: Know to organize and manage a quality control laboratory.
  • CE280: Know and understand how to apply validation methods to analytical and quality assurance methodologies.
  • CE281: Know how to use analytical methodologies of interest in analytical quality control of pharmaceuticals and cosmetics.
  • CE282: Know the parameters that define the quality of raw materials as well as the stages for its proper identification, treatment, manipulation and conservation.
  • CE283: Know how to apply methods of analysis to establish the identity and purity in intermediates and final products in its different administration forms.
  • CE284: Know the procedures to control impurities derived from the manufacturing process and contamination of final products.
  • CE285: Know how to apply analytical methods for cosmetic ingredients and forbidden and/ or restricted substances in cosmetic products.
  • CE286: Knowledge of the advanced spectroscopical techniques and their application in drug development and active ingredients research
  • CE287: Understanding of the pharmaceutical industry insights and the most relevant aspects of process chemistry (multigram scale synthesis)
  • CE288: Ability to design synthetic sequences for the preparation of some active ingredients, by using methodologies previously described along the course.
  • CE289: Molecular modeling performing of simple organic structures taking advantage of suitable software.
  • CE290: Obtain, analyze, control and produce drugs whose composition involved radioactive elements (radiopharmaceuticals), are of interest and health of human or veterinary use.
  • CE291: Assess the toxicity and therapeutic radiopharmaceuticals, and their safe use, taking into account their physical, chemical and radioactive substances, including any risks associated with its use.
  • CE292: Prepare and dispense radiopharmaceuticals in the hospital, ensuring quality.
  • CE293: Develop clinical analysis using radiochemical techniques and given their opinions of the laboratory diagnosis.
  • CE294: To know the concept of pharmacoepidemiology and the study of the epidemiological logic in the evaluation of the drug.
  • CE295: To know and evaluate the use of pharmacoepidemiology techniques and to design pharmacoepidemiological studies.
  • CE296: To know the applications of pharmacoepidemiology in the field of clinical trials and in the study of the adverse effects of drug.
  • CE297: Acquire knowledge for studies of drug use and pharmacovigilance.
  • CE298: To acquire knowledge of pharmacoeconomics fundamentally applied to the analyzes of cost-effectiveness in the drug.
  • CE299: Know the reasons and techniques for drug selection.
  • CE300: To know the essential medicines and to acquire knowledge in the techniques of information and education on the drug.
  • CE301: To know the general principles of the laboratory diagnosis of infectious diseases.
  • CE302: To know the basic microbiological, immunological and molecular biology techniques used for the diagnostic of infectious diseases.
  • CE303: To know the infectious diseases that may affect the different organs and systems of the human body.
  • CE304: To know about all the aspects related to the determination of susceptibility/resistance of pathogenic microorganisms to the different chemotherapeutic agents commonly used in clinical practice.
  • CE305: To know all the main groups of microorganisms, bacteria, fungi and viruses, that cause disease in humans.
  • CE306: Mastering parasitological terminology at clinical level
  • CE307: Acquire and develop relevant skills for appropriate epidemiological and clinical management
  • CE308: Knowledge of the practical utility of the therapeutic arsenal available in Spain and abroad for the treatment of each parasitic disease in humans
  • CE309: Knowledge and usage of standard documentary sources of all types within the clinical field of human parasitic diseases
  • CE310: Training to address the resolution of the clinical disease in an interdisciplinary manner with other professionals
  • CE311: -Development of future awareness concerning the relevance of the diagnosis, treatment and prevention. -Practical application of that knowledge to various forms of professional practice, with respect for human rights, democratic principles, the principles of equality between women and men, solidarity, environmental protection and the promotion of peace.
  • CE312: To know the molecular basis and the biochemical mechanism (genetic, structural and/or functional abnormalities) of disease as a rational approach to diagnosis, treatment and prevention, the identification of new therapeutic targets, and the selection and identification of new biomarkers of potential clinical interest
  • CE313: To know the foundation and clinical utility of the different biochemical markers and functional tests currently applied to diagnosis, prognosis, disease evolution and therapeutic monitoring
  • CE314: Identify and know how to apply the appropriate specific biochemical markers for the evaluation of population health level (individual and collective) and for prevention of disease in primary and secondary care
  • CE315: Know and understand the mechanisms responsible for the genetic variability that characterizes the human being, and the involvement of genetic polimorphism in human pathology and response to drug therapy
  • CE316: Ability to interpret, in a global and integrated way, the overall laboratory results of a particular patient, and to understand the analytical strategy for the differential diagnosis of the different entities
  • CE317: To know the analytical techniques of the Clinical Biochemistry laboratory and be able to assimilate and incorporate future innovations, both in its technical aspect and in relation to the clinical utility of each new biomarker
  • CE318: To develop the capacity for informed scientific argumentation and the habit in the use of clinical terminology as a natural means of communication with other professionals in the health field
  • CE319: Develop the necessary skills to communicate and inform the patient and/or user of the contents and implications of laboratory reports in the appropriate terms
  • CE320: Conocer la gestión y funcionamiento de una oficina de farmacia o del servicio de farmacia de un hospital.
  • CE321: Conocer el proceso de adquisición, custodia, conservación, dispensación y facturación de medicamentos y productos farmacéuticos.
  • CE322: Conocer la normativa y elaboración de fórmulas magistrales y preparados oficinales.
  • CE323: Conocer los protocolos de atención farmacéutica y farmacovigilancia.
  • CE324: Learn to communicate with patients and other health care professionals
  • CE325: Know and specialize in health education.