Topicality of teaching analytical toxicology at the National University of Pharmacy

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https://doi.org/10.24959/sphhcj.21.215

Abstract

Aim. To analyze the methods of teaching analytical toxicology in the National University of Pharmacy (NUPh).

Materials and methods. Analytical, systematic, logical methods of teaching the discipline, as well as scientific publications of domestic and foreign scientists were used.

Results. The topicality of teaching the discipline “Analytical toxicology” at the Department of Analytical Chemistry and Analytical Toxicology of the NUPh (Kharkiv) has been discussed in the article. The features of teaching the discipline in current conditions have been analyzed. The possibility of conducting the chemico-toxicological analysis, which results are necessary for solving many legal and other important issues, has been described. The main tasks facing analytical toxicology, its difference from analytical chemistry and other pharmaceutical disciplines, as well as the significance of the knowledge gained by applicants for higher education that they need in their further practical activities have been considered.

The structure of the educational process when studying the discipline “Analytical toxicology”, including theoretical and practical sections, is presented. Modern chemical and physicochemical methods of analysis widely used in analytical toxicology have been described.

Conclusions. To train applicants for higher education in the specialty 226 “Pharmacy, Industrial pharmacy”, the study of the discipline “Analytical toxicology”, which is closely related to chemical, biological and medical disciplines, is important. The knowledge gained by applicants for higher education makes it possible to correctly understand the fundamentals of analytical toxicology, apply the theoretical and practical skills obtained in their further practical activities and become fully qualified specialists in the field of chemico-toxicological analysis.

Key words: analytical toxicology; analytical chemistry; chemico-toxicological analysis; intoxication; toxicant.

Author Biographies

S. V. Kolisnik, National University of Pharmacy

Doctor of Pharmacy (Dr. habil.), head of the Department of Analytical Chemistry and Analytical Toxicology

O. G. Pogosyan, National university of pharmacy

Candidate of Pharmacy (Ph.D.), associate professor of the Department of Analytical Chemistry and Analytical Toxicology

S. M. Poluian, National university of pharmacy

Candidate of Pharmacy (Ph.D.), associate professor of the Department of Analytical Chemistry and Analytical Toxicology

Z. V. Shovkova, National university of pharmacy

Candidate of Pharmacy (Ph.D.), associate professor of the Department of Analytical Chemistry and Analytical Toxicology

T. A. Kostina, National university of pharmacy

Candidate of Chemistry (Ph.D.), associate professor of the Department of Analytical Chemistry and Analytical Toxicology

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Published

2021-03-12

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Social medicine and pharmacy: past, present and development prospects