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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 purpose in quelling potential tension between states and in promoting international collaboration. This type of collaboration has also led to proactive steps being taken in the battle against deadly diseases, through the establishment of the World Health Organization (WHO). The remit of the WHO has developed over the decades since its creation. It also makes significant attempts to ensure the safety of medicines produced and administered in its 193 member.. READ MORE »

June 12, 2018

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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.

June 5, 2018

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Good Chicken Gone Bad: How Grads with a Food Handling Certificate Can Prevent Salmonella

A salmonella outbreak damages the reputation of food producers and restaurants, so bacterial prevention is a key focus during food handling certificate studies.

May 29, 2018

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The Importance of Labelling for Students in Pharmaceutical Quality Training

Health Canada lays down thorough labelling guidelines for pharmaceutical products, so here’s a helpful guide for those in quality control courses.

May 22, 2018

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Using Magnets to Boost Memory? What This Could Mean for Clinical Research Training

The complexities of the brain are staggering, so grads of clinical research courses are excited about a new link between magnets and memory recovery.

May 15, 2018

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Bring on the Protein: What Students in Nutrition and Health Programs Should Know About Amino Acids

Protein shakes are a common fixture in the modern gym kitbag, so let’s take a look the bodily impact of supplements in health and sport training.

May 8, 2018

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Cannabis for Epilepsy? What This Means for Students in Medical Cannabis Certification Training

One of cannabis’s many chemicals has been credited with reducing epileptic seizures. What does it mean for pros with medical cannabis certification training?

May 1, 2018

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Why Post-Approval Activities Are So Important: An Overview for Students in Quality Assurance Courses

Post-approval activities have become an important concern for pharmaceutical firms. See how your quality assurance training fits in!

April 24, 2018

Nutrition for IBS: What Students in Nutrition and Health Programs Need to Know

For those with IBS, symptoms can be very uncomfortable. Here are some of the ways you may be able to help once you’ve earned a nutritionist certificate.

April 17, 2018

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Student Success Story!

Sharing these success stories makes us proud to know we have be able to help change lives. Dear AAPS: Laleh, Steven, especially – thank you very much for your help and advice to improve my Canadian knowledge and skills in the Clinical Research area. It has happened with great training by your professional instructors like Dr. John Eizenhoffer and George Tabulov. I am so happy to choose AAPS for studying, as I got my first job in Pharmacovigilance and Medical Information at Galderma Canada Inc., immediately after my last exam. Then, by 7 months of working there, I received a.. READ MORE »

April 16, 2018

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