This training includes 60 work days of training at a community pharmacy or hospital pharmacy. During the training at hospital pharmacy, students are expected to learn organization of the pharmacy units, drug distribution upon orders, patient-based recording aspects and stock control of hospital pharmacy, along with the communication skills for mutual interactions with other healthcare professionals. In community pharmacy training students are expected to learn much about drug and patient information by using relevant sources as websites for drug indexes and drug interactions, the medicine and lifestyle counseling points to patients and to progress their communication skills between patient and pharmacist and pharmacist and other healthcare givers. Nonprescription drug choice and several aspects of healthcare should also be covered.