Pharmaceutical Courses

Should You Take Online or Onsite Pharmaceutical Courses? How to Choose the Best Option for Your Needs

Are you considering enrolling in pharmaceutical courses? If so, the future looks promising. The pharmaceutical industry in Canada and around the world is growing, opening up many opportunities for new…
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3 Facts About Product Monographs for Students in Regulatory Affairs Courses

Pharmaceuticals on the market have the ability to improve the lives of many Canadians. They are used to treat illness, pain, and disorders, and they help people live normal and…
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Prophylactic vs. Therapeutic Vaccines Explained for Students in Pharmaceutical Courses

Vaccines are one of the most useful medical creations of all time. They involve introducing antigens—a substance that the immune system will attack, like dead or weakened viruses—into the body,…
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Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance Pros Rejoice: A New Alzheimer’s Drug May Slow Mental Decline

It is estimated by the Alzheimer Society of Canada that about 564,000 Canadians will suffer from dementia in 2016. Medical professionals will diagnose an additional 25,000 cases every single year,…
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Adverse Effects VS Adverse Drug Reactions: 3 Differences for Students in Clinical Research Training

New drugs are developed, tested, processed, marketed, and then eventually released to the public every year. During their rigorous testing process, side effects arise in clinical trial patients and are…
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Students at Pharmaceutical School Should Check Out This New Method For Drug Manufacturing

Researchers have developed a prototype that manufactures pharmaceuticals in a new way, potentially changing the pharmaceutical production industry forever.

The ‘Pan-Canadian Pharmaceutical Alliance’ Explained for Pharmaceutical Training Students

The pan-Canadian Pharmaceutical Alliance (pCPA) includes all 13 provinces and territories, as well as the Federal Government, and negotiates to decrease the price of both generic and brand name drugs…
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A Day in the Life of a Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance Associate

The pharmaceutical industry is one of the most regulated industries on the planet—and with good reason. Whether a pharmaceutical product is providing much-needed pain-relief to a patient or helping to…
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5 Things You Should Know About the FDA if You’re Taking Regulatory Affairs Courses

Many pharmaceutical products developed and manufactured in Canada are exported to the United States. As a result, while Canadian regulatory affairs professionals answer primarily to Health Canada, they must also…
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Where Does GMP Training Come From? A Brief History of Pharmaceutical Regulation

Today, many of us take for granted that when we use a medication, we are certain that all of the contents inside the package are written out on its label….
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