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Archive for April 2017

3 Common Adverse Drug Reactions You Might See After Completing Your Clinical Research Diploma

Adverse drug reactions (ADRs), side effects, and allergic reactions to drugs may all seem like similar terms, but they mean a variety of different things. An ADR is an unwelcomed and unwanted reaction to a drug that can be caused by an allergic reaction or for another reason. A side effect, on the other hand, is a reaction to a drug that in most cases is positive. To help keep people informed about potential risks associated with different pharmaceuticals, countries like Canada have systems for reporting the occurrence of ADRs. As you may notice during your career, some ADRs seem.. READ MORE »

Are 3D Ocean Farms the Future of Food? What Students in Food Safety Programs Can Learn

Imagine a completely new way of growing food that doesn’t just have zero impact on the environment, but actually improves it. GreenWave, an innovative organization in New York, is looking to dramatically shift the way the world farms and produces food. The company’s CEO and Executive Director, Bren Smith, has been a commercial fisherman for all his life and believes ocean farming offers promising hope for a sustainable future. Read on to learn more about 3D ocean farming and what it could mean for students in food safety programs. 3D Ocean Farming Explained for Students in a Food Safety Program.. READ MORE »

Student Success Story!

Sharing these success stories makes us proud to know we have be able to help change lives. Hi Steven and everyone at AAPS, I am happy to announce that following graduation (QC/QA) I have just started working in Mississauga as a Mining Chemist with Agat Laboratories, Mississauga. The work is good and I enjoy it. This job was posted on AAPS’s ‘Who’s Hiring?’/Indeed and I applied on a Friday and was called for an interview the following Monday and then the following week I was called in to sign the papers. The nicest aspect of this job is that it.. READ MORE »

3 Reasons Why Now Is the Time to Get Your HPLC Certification

High Performance Liquid Chromatography, otherwise known as HPLC, is a method used for separating the compounds in a substance in order to test, analyze, measure, and quantify them. HPLC is a highly accurate testing method, which is why it’s becoming extremely popular for testing—especially in the pharmaceutical industries. If you’re considering enrolling in a professional training program but are unsure of which one to choose, you should consider HPLC training. There are plenty of reasons why there’s no better time than the present to enroll. The industry is booming, there are plenty of job options for new graduates, and salaries.. READ MORE »

Studying Drug Regulatory Affairs? Here Are the Pros & Cons of Generic Drugs

Many individuals associate name brands with quality, and will only substitute brands with cheaper generic equivalents if they can be convinced that doing so is not a downgrade. When it comes to medicine, the dilemma of whether to choose a generic or name brand can be especially difficult. Generic drugs are typically less expensive than the name brands that they replace. However, medicine is not something that many people want to experiment with. If a generic drug doesn’t work as well, the difference could have serious repercussions on a person’s health. Are you considering regulatory affairs training? Read on to.. READ MORE »

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