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Student Success Story!

Sharing these success stories makes us proud to know we have be able to help change lives. Thank you to everyone at AAPS for helping me in my postgraduate training and for helping me find suitable employment related to my Clinical, Drug Safety and Pharmacovigilance Diploma from AAPS, as well as student services for helping with my resume and job interview skills… I am now really excited to be working at the McKesson Corporation (Fortune Top 500 Company) as a Health Services Case Manager, thank you all once again! Amjad Atrash, Graduate.

February 28, 2017

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Student Success Story!

Sharing these success stories makes us proud to know we have be able to help change lives. Hi everyone, I just want to update you regarding my co-op experience here at Lear Co-packaging Ltd/EliteMed, so far it’s been great and I have even bigger news, wait for it… Our General Manager worked with me on reviewing, updating, revising and formatting all of the company SOPs, we also developed a new Quality Manual. I am also very involved in operational running’s of the business from receipt to shipping and other QA related activities. Just yesterday, she offered me a QA/QC management.. READ MORE »

February 28, 2017

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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, typically via injection. This can allow people to develop immunities to a range of illnesses, and also to do a better job of fighting against illnesses they have. Many illnesses—like measles, mumps, polio, and more—were once incredibly deadly and affected many people. By preventing the spread of deadly diseases and helping people manage illnesses they already have, vaccines have saved millions of lives over the past centuries. Today, there are.. READ MORE »

February 21, 2017

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The Truth About Snacking for Students in Nutrition and Health Training

When people hear the word “snacking,” images of chips, candy, and other indulgences will usually come to mind. However, members of the professional nutrition community have argued that snacking can be beneficial to an individual’s health. Many claim that it can improve metabolic rate, curb hunger, and help with weight loss. If you’re interested in becoming a health and nutrition professional, your future career could involve advising your clients on forming and maintaining healthy eating habits. Will snacking be a part of those habits? Read on to discover the truth behind snacking. The Benefits of Snacking Depend on the Food.. READ MORE »

February 14, 2017

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3 Things Students in Food Technology Training Should Know About Drying Food

There are plenty of unique ways to process food. Irradiation, blanching, fermentation, freezing, and drying are all methods for processing food items that are currently used in today’s food industry. Each method comes with its own unique benefits—whether it may be reducing the risk of food-borne illness, increasing storage longevity, or simply making the food item taste better. Drying is one of the oldest ways of preserving food. In fact, humans have been using this method for thousands of years. But while the method might not have changed very much over the centuries, its application has been streamlined by food.. READ MORE »

February 7, 2017

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How the 4th Industrial Revolution Could Impact the Industry for Pros With a Clinical Research Diploma

According to many experts, the Fourth Industrial Revolution is just around the corner. The world experienced its first industrial revolution in the 1800s when steam power and equipment for mechanical production was introduced. The Second Industrial Revolution took place in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, when electricity and mass production became commonplace. The Third Industrial Revolution, beginning in 1969, occurred when electronics and IT took the world by storm. Now in 2017, we are fast approaching what many believe to be another industrial revolution. The Fourth Industrial Revolution will dramatically change many industries. With the invention and introduction.. READ MORE »

January 31, 2017

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What Is High Performance Liquid Chromatography Method Validation?

Businesses of many kinds—including some that deal with pharmaceuticals, food, the environment, and other areas—use high performance liquid chromatography to separate organic and inorganic compounds for analysis and research. This technique is relatively easy to use, and by mastering it, it’s possible to put yourself on the path to a variety of careers. These potential careers include working as a pharmaceutical laboratory technician, a quality control and assurance analyst, an HPLC analyst, and more. Regardless of the industry, it’s important that HPLC work is completed in accordance with a validated method. This can help ensure that results align with the.. READ MORE »

January 24, 2017

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3 Tips for Improved Teamwork During Food Technology Training

Working as part of a team during your studies is an exciting opportunity to gain valuable teamwork skills before starting your career. Although teamwork may not always be easy, collaborating with a diverse group of individuals can help you achieve even more than you would have working on your own. Being an effective team member that contributes in a positive way requires practice and awareness. You don’t necessarily have to be a leader or be outgoing to be a great asset to your team. Every single person in a team has something unique to contribute to the group’s success. Read.. READ MORE »

January 17, 2017

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Students in Pharmaceutical Quality Control: 3 Things to Know About Contract Manufacturing Organizations

Many pharmaceutical companies will develop, test, trial, and manufacture their own drugs and products. However, performing all of these duties is extremely time consuming and requires a lot of resources. Researchers, laboratory equipment, manufacturing equipment, and quality assurance personnel all come at a premium. Because of these costs, many pharmaceutical and biopharm companies are now outsourcing their manufacturing processes. Companies that provide this outsourcing service are called contract manufacturing organizations. As a future quality control and assurance professional, here’s what you need to know about contract manufacturing organizations. Contract Manufacturing Organizations Are Hired to Fulfill Many Duties Contract manufacturing organizations.. READ MORE »

January 10, 2017

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3 Healthy New Year’s Resolutions Recommended by Pros With a Diploma in Nutrition

With the New Year on the horizon, professional nutritionists everywhere will be trusted by their clients to help develop clean-eating resolutions. The New Year is a chance to start fresh and recover from any holiday indulgence. Once you become a nutritionist, you can help your clients by creating practical and realistic nutritional goals. Are you interested in enrolling in nutritionist training? Here are three resolution ideas you could recommend to clients once you begin your career. 1. Pros with a Diploma in Nutrition Recommend Consuming more Omega-3 Fatty Acids A great New Year’s resolution you can recommend to your clients.. READ MORE »

January 3, 2017

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