Pharmaceutical Training

Why Mutual Recognition Agreements Matter in Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs

Mutual Recognition Agreements, or MRAs, help streamline the regulation of pharmaceuticals by establishing better cooperation between governments. This cooperation means that countries and regions can rely on one another’s testing…
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What Pharmaceutical School Grads Should Know About Pharmacokinetics vs. Pharmacodynamics

Pharmacokinetics (PK) and pharmacodynamics (PD) are two core concepts of pharmacology and they are especially important for drug safety and pharmacovigilance. These concepts tell researchers a lot about how drugs…
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What Students in Regulatory Affairs Courses Should Know About the USMCA Trade Deal

The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) is a free trade deal recently signed between North America’s three largest countries. Once ratified, it will replace the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)…
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Smart Packaging: A Quick Overview for Students in Pharmaceutical Training

The pharmaceutical industry is an innovative and rapidly evolving sector, but one area of advancement that some pharmaceutical students may be less familiar with is the recent and ongoing development…
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A Quick Look at EpiPens for Those Interested in Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs

Across the country, many Canadians live with serious allergies capable of leading to anaphylaxis. This is an extreme allergic reaction that includes symptoms such as headaches, difficulty breathing, hives, and…
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Non-Approval of Drugs: A Helpful Explainer Before Studying for Regulatory Affairs Certification

The review of prescription and non-prescription drugs authorized is a long and intricate process, from research and development to clinical trial to ending up on the shelves of local pharmacies….
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A Quick History of the WHO for Students in Quality Assurance Courses

International co-operation has become the political norm after both world wars highlighted the dire consequences of division between powerful countries. Global organizations, like the United Nations (UN), serve a vital…
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Pharmaceutical Jobs Spotlight: Become a Pharmaceutical Project Manager After Graduation

Project managers possess excellent technical and interpersonal skills, and it’s a rewarding career which opens up after pharmacovigilance training.

Job Search Success Tips to Use After Pharmacovigilance Training

Pharmacovigilance training gives you the skills you need for a great new career. Want to ensure you get a quick start? Follow these job search success tips!

AAPS College Announces New Medical Marijuana – Management, Quality and Laboratory Certificate Program

In just 16 weeks you could complete the medical marijuana training you need to begin your career in this growing sector. Read this blog to learn more.