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Posts Tagged: Quality Assurance and Quality Control

4 Tips for Scientific Communication After Quality Assurance Courses

While working towards a diploma in quality assurance and quality control, students learn invaluable information that helps keep pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, and food safe and secure. Technical writing and scientific communication are an important part of this. Why? Written documents help make sure that staff understand protocols, that important records are maintained, and that procedures are properly followed.  Professionals working in quality assurance and quality control may need to write: Stability documents  Standard Operating Procedures  Records of Training And more! As a result, technical writing and scientific communication will be an important part of your career after graduation. Here are some.. READ MORE »

Quality Assurance and Quality Control for Natural Health Products

According to Health Canada, fruits and vegetables are the best food sources of vitamin C. Things like red cabbage, strawberries, and citrus fruits have this vitamin, which helps the body absorb iron, heal wounds, and acts as an antioxidant. How else can people get vitamin C? This natural health product is also available in tablet form. Other Natural Health Products (NHPs) include: Herbal remedies Homeopathic medicines Probiotics Amino acids Much more NHPs are regulated by Health Canada to ensure that Canadians are getting safe, effective, and quality goods. How is the quality of NHPs assured and maintained? Keep reading to.. READ MORE »

3 Facts About the Canada Food and Drugs Act for Students in Quality Control Courses

The Canada Food and Drugs Act is an important part of consumer safety in Canada. Whether hazards are accidental or caused by fraudulent behaviour, the statute protects people from these risks in food, drugs, medical devices, and cosmetics. The first version of the Food and Drugs Act came into effect in 1920, undergoing many revisions afterwards. This is important legislation, as it forms the basic core of food and drug safety laws in the country. In order to pursue a career involved in keeping standards high for these products, you should have an understanding of the act and its history… READ MORE »

3 Facts About Quality by Design for Students in Quality Assurance and Quality Control Courses

What is Quality by Design (QbD)? It’s an approach to pharmaceutical product development, where an objective is defined prior to starting the process and quality is instilled before manufacturing. Risk assessment and management are a priority and are used as the basis for process control. This can help to: Shorten development times Improve manufacturing quality Further assure safety and efficacy of pharmaceutical products While it takes more time at the beginning of a process, it allows for less stop-and-start along the rest of the development journey. Quality is implemented directly into the workflow, taking into account how the product’s characteristics.. READ MORE »

3 Ways Digitization Is Changing Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance and Quality Control

Digitization is causing major changes in pharmaceutical quality assurance and quality control. Here are 3 changes pharmaceutical students should know about.

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!

5 Servings Of Fruits & Veggies Proven To Prevent Disease

It’s old news that a balanced diet – one that includes fruits and vegetables – is the key to sustaining good health. But how much is enough? Balanced for one person might mean a forkful of broccoli and a handful of grapes. For others, the pursuit of healthy eating means juicing an entire kale, three apples and a whole head of spinach – and downing it all before breakfast. But new clinical research from China and the United States has revealed then when it comes to optimizing our intake of those powerful micronutrients, five is the magic number. Tests confirm.. READ MORE »

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