Monthly Archives: March 2019

Health Canada Refuses Suffixes for Biologics: What Clinical Research College Students Should Know

Health Canada recently announced it won’t be using suffixes for naming biologics. Here’s what clinical research college students should know about the decision.

How Scientists Use HPLC Certification to Help Catch Doping Athletes

Doping is a serious problem in the world of sports. Find out how scientists with HPLC certification test for the presence of performance-enhancing substances.

3 Things You Should Know About the Kale Salad Recall If You’re Taking Food Quality Training

Food recalls both big and small affect the safety of Canadians. Fortunately, professionals with food quality training work hard to catch and rectify problems.

A Look at the Medical Device Action Plan for Students in Drug Regulatory Affairs Training

Health Canada recently announced changes to medical device regulations. If you’re looking into drug regulatory affairs training, here’s what you need to know.