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Revista Cubana de Farmacia

versión impresa ISSN 0034-7515versión On-line ISSN 1561-2988

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MARCHANTE CASTELLANOS, Pilar  y  MERCHAN GONZALEZ, Francisco. Synercidâ: a combination of streptogramins A and B for the treatment of grampositive multiresistant pathogens. Rev Cubana Farm [online]. 2007, vol.41, n.1. ISSN 0034-7515.

The essential aspects about Pharmacy teaching, adopted and implemented by the Royal Higher Board of Directors of the Faculty of Pharmacy in Cuba since the Royal Board of the Protomedicate disappeared in 1833, until the studies of this specialty were included in the Curriculum of the Royal University of Havana, in 1842, are exposed. The concepts about the teaching of Pharmacy applied during this stage could be considered as predecessors of the first curriculum of Pharmacy in Cuba. This first curriculum, as well as the requirements to obtain the various university degrees of this specialty and the data on some theses submitted to obtain the Doctor in Pharmacy degree, are presented. As part of the Faculty of Medicine, and under the direction of the same Dean, the Pharmacy course was associated with the name of the Faculty and headed by a Counselor until the general reforms in education were applied in Cuba, in 1863, when the Faculty of Pharmacy acquired its own identity in the Royal University of Havana

Palabras clave : Studies of Pharmacy in Cuba 1833-1863; First Curriculum of Pharmacy in the University of Havana.

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