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Activity No.

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THE INTERN
Individual
1. Attach a picture of yourself, in proper decorum.
2. Relay your first impression of the manufacturing company.
My first impression of the company was how well-organized and big the actual plant is. We have learned
all about manufacturing plants in our subject last semester, Manufacturing Pharmacy, but nothing could
have amazed me in the actual plant.
Activity No. 2
THE ORGANIZATION
Individual
1. Describe your personal insights on what pharmacists really do in a manufacturing company.
In the company, pharmacists do rounds and double check the manufacturing process of the drugs. Its
very fitting and I see myself doing the same thing when I become a pharmacist.
Activity No. 3
CURRENT GOOD MANUFACTURING PRACTICES
Individual
1. Attach/ Copy 5 examples of WRITTEN instructions/ SOPs that are posted within the premises to constantly
remind personnel about CGMPs.
No lab gown, no mask, no head cap, no
Always close the door
Always wear gloves when handling raw
white shoes, no mask, no entry.
Always use sanitizer before going inside.
materials.

Always clean the equipment after each


use.

2. In your own realization, why is a hands-on training important for interns as well as for in- house personnel?
Hands-on training is very important as they provide real world experiences for the trainee. It gives them a
sense of empowerment and importance, seeing as the company would trust them enough to actually
handle the common rounds as the other employees.

3. Activity No. 4
4. DOCUMENTATION
5. Individual
1. At any point in the internship program, did you ever affix your signature on any document used in the drugmaking process? Rationalize this.
Yes, during the end of every batch. This is to track which of the personnel/interns were present during the
time of the drug-making process.
6. Activity No. 5
7. MANUFACTURE OF PHARMACEUTICALS
8. Activity No. 6
9. IN-PROCESS QUALITY CONTROL
10. Individual
1. Name two (2) analytical equipments that you were able to handle during the internship period. Be able to
describe the difficulties you personally encountered in such experience.
Capsule Making Machine: The equipment was huge and had many buttons. It was confusing to figure
out what they did without the supervision of personnel.
FTIR: This machine is used to analyze the sample given in order to confirm that whatever is on the label
of the sample given is what it is. Its hard to understand the graph that shows on the computer once the
scan is complete.
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12. Activity No. 7
13. SAMPLING AND INSPECTION
14. Individual
1. As a future pharmacist, would you rather perform a 100% inspection on manufactured drug products or not?
Why?
It would be best to do so, unfortunately, manufacturing companies produce tons of drugs every day.
Checking every single one of them would be time consuming and should only be done if the machines
used to make these drugs have recently malfunctioned.
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2. Make a logo to depict pharmacists as active players in the Manufacture of drug products.