The first-year students at the faculty of pharmacy participated this morning in several training sessions organized by the Clinical Skills Lab, which aimed at introducing them on how to wash their hands and performing surgical suturing, as part of its plan to train medical faculty students on basic skills in all pre-clinical educational stages, through the use of advanced medical models as imaginary patients and preparing scenarios for real cases that simulates a realistic hospital setting. It is of note that the faculty of pharmacy is the first and only faculty in Libya to adopt the PharmD program to teach its students, which is an approved program to graduate a doctor of pharmacy with a bachelor’s degree that allows in providing pharmaceutical care to the patient.

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