Award in Pharmacognosy and Herbal Products

15 June – 19 July 2021

5.00pm – 8.00pm

Course held online via ZOOM

Course trainer:  Prof Everaldo Attard

 

Price : €360 / UM students €345

 

 

 ABOUT  THE  COURSE

Accreditation LevelThis course has been approved by the Malta Further and Higher Education Authority (MFHEA)  as equivalent to Level 6 (5 ECTS)   (Licence No: 2013-FHI-019; Further & Higher Education Institution)

 

The aim of this course :

 

      • primarily aimed at Qualified Personnel candidates that work in the pharmaceutical industry having a BSc in Chemistry/Biology, Professionals with a degree in Pharmacy-related subjects and Postgraduate students reading for Master’s degree in Pathology/Pharmacology  
      • to learn how pharmacognosy has evolved throughout the ages and has developed into a way of life for some
        patients and consumers.
      • to define ethnobotany and discuss the methodology used in this field
      • to distinguish between herbal medicines, nutraceuticals (food supplements) and cosmetics with their respective
        legislation;
      • to distinguish between primary and secondary metabolism in terms of role and complexity within the plant species;
      • many other related topics will also be covered – see Course Information Sheet for further detailed information

 

WHAT’S  INCLUDED

 

  • 28 hours of lessons online via ZOOM webinars

 

  • An MFHEA Accredited Certificate from Malta University Consulting Ltd upon successfully completing the course with 80% attendance

 

email :  trainingservices@muhc.com.mt

tel:        +356 21240746