Posts Tagged: Pharmaceutical training

A Clinical Research Success Story: Tolulope Adegbite

Embarking on clinical research training abroad is a transformative experience for many students but can present multiple challenges. International students encounter numerous obstacles, such as acclimating to an unfamiliar culture, mastering the intricacies of a foreign educational system, and learning to navigate the complexities of new workplace norms and professional etiquette. Our students prioritize gaining the knowledge crucial for their future achievements. Equally, they value the availability of a robust support system to ensure their success. Exploring the possibility of studying at AAPS brings you closer to discovering many inspiring success stories. Many of our students once faced uncertainty about.. READ MORE »

4 Types Of Food Hazards To Remember After Food Safety Training

Professionals with food safety training are responsible for identifying, preventing, and managing all types of food production and handling risks. Their work helps secure public health by reducing food contamination and foodborne illnesses. Food safety training equips these professionals with the knowledge, skills, and resources to carry out their duties effectively. One of these duties is identifying and eliminating food hazards before they threaten the public’s welfare. However, not all food hazards are the same. While some can be easily measured and removed, others require more intricate actions. Here’s a look at four distinct types of food hazards that food.. READ MORE »

Forward with Excellence: Celebrating AAPS’s Milestones

As we embark further into 2024, it’s a perfect moment to celebrate the remarkable achievements and milestones of the Academy of Applied Pharmaceutical Sciences (AAPS). Throughout 2023, the AAPS community has witnessed remarkable growth, unrivalled educational experiences, and groundbreaking partnerships. Let’s explore the journey of AAPS in 2023 and appreciate the many stories of success, innovation, and excellence. Reflecting on Educational Delivery and Certification Accreditation Our pharmaceutical school has achieved exceptional progress in educational delivery and certification accreditation. Laleh Bighash, President and Dean of Scientific Affairs at AAPS, states, “As we close out 2023, we want to share and celebrate.. READ MORE »

3 Effective Job Search Strategies for Technical Writers After Quality Assurance Training

In the pharmaceutical industry, technical writers are indispensable for upholding stringent quality assurance standards. They meticulously document every aspect of drug development and manufacturing processes, ensuring that procedures are articulated and compliant with regulatory requirements. This documentation serves as a critical foundation for quality control, enabling consistent execution of processes and facilitating regulatory audits. Technical writers help bridge the gap between complex scientific information and practical implementation by producing detailed standard operating procedures (SOPs), validation reports, and quality manuals. Their work ensures that pharmaceutical products are made safely, effectively, and per the highest quality standards, ultimately safeguarding public health. Due.. READ MORE »

4 Reasons to Pursue a Pharmaceutical Career in Canada This Year

Home to several prominent global pharmaceutical corporations, the Canadian pharmaceutical sector is one of the biggest in the country.  The country’s robust intellectual property regulations and stellar research and development credentials make it a desirable destination for pharmaceutical companies. The pharmaceutical industry in Canada is expected to grow from an estimated $83.08 billion in 2022 to $141.69 billion in 2030, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.9% between 2022 and 2030. Beyond the numbers, the pharmaceutical industry in Canada presents an exciting and dynamic field for professionals looking to make a significant, positive impact on public health. With.. READ MORE »

What Is Dissolution Testing? An Introduction for Students Seeking a Pharmaceutical Lab Testing Certificate

The pharmaceutical industry relies on specific processes to establish drug release profiles and performance patterns during the drug development. One of the most important techniques used for these purposes is dissolution testing. If you’re considering getting a pharmaceutical lab testing certificate in the future, this blog post provides a comprehensive introduction to the principles of dissolution testing.  Dissolution Testing Explained Dissolution testing is an analytical technique used to assess how a drug is released from dosage over time when placed in a dissolution medium. It is an important quality control test performed on pharmaceutical dosage forms like tablets and capsules… READ MORE »

An Introduction to Pharmaceutical Biotechnology for Those in Clinical Research Training

Biotechnology uses biological processes and components to create new medications and improve healthcare outcomes. Its applications are in many fields, such as industry, research, agriculture, and medical facilities. Before these technologies are released, clinical research carefully assesses these technologies’ efficacy and safety through rigorous trials and evaluations. This combination of clinical research and biotechnology creates a powerful partnership that addresses various health-related issues and promotes advancing a healthier human life. This blog post explains the fundamentals of pharmaceutical biotechnology and explores its significance in the context of clinical research careers. Additionally, it will highlight key roles that biotech students can.. READ MORE »

Considering Food Safety Training? Explore Key Changes to BRCGS Issue 9 and Their Impact

Food safety is of utmost importance to those working in the food industry. The BRCGS Global Standard for Food Safety is a highly valued standards that govern food safety practices. Recently, this standard underwent significant changes with the release of Issue 9. In this blog post, we’ll explore the critical changes to BRCGS Issue 9 and their impact on food safety training and practices. Understanding BRCGS Brand Reputation through Compliance (BRC), is a globally recognized trade association established in 1992 to serve the UK food retail industry. Over the years, it has set the benchmark in food safety and quality.. READ MORE »

Certificate or Diploma? What to Choose When You’re Starting a Pharmaceutical Career

Are you considering starting a pharmaceutical industry career and wondering which educational path offers the best springboard? One of the first decisions you’ll likely make when starting is choosing between a certificate and a diploma. Pharmaceutical certificate and diploma programs are available at vocational schools and career colleges. These programs, usually spanning up to one year or more, deliver essential core knowledge necessary for initiating a career in the field. AAPS offers both programs, providing an excellent opportunity to compare both programs and ultimately decide which one best fits the bill for you. This guide will help you navigate the.. READ MORE »

3 Signs You’ll Make an Excellent Quality Assurance Associate After Pharmaceutical Training

Ensuring the dependability and appropriateness of goods and services for their intended uses requires quality assurance. Quality assurance is the process of establishing and maintaining a clear benchmark of excellence in the development and provision of products across different sectors. The idea of quality assurance was first introduced in the manufacturing sector, but it has since significantly evolved and is now widely used in many other industries. In the pharmaceutical industry, precision, attention to detail, and stringent quality control are valued and required. As a Quality Assurance (QA) Associate in this sector, your role is crucial in ensuring that drugs.. READ MORE »