Pharmaceutical Training

Regulating 3D-Printed Medical Devices: What to Know if You’re in Drug Regulatory Affairs Training

3D printing holds incredible potential within the healthcare field, particularly for creating medical devices quickly and cheaply. In fact, surgical instruments, prosthetics, orthopedic implants, and dental crowns have already been…

Interested in Drug Regulatory Affairs Training? 3 Facts About the New Canadian Drug Agency

Recently, the Canadian government announced in its 2019 Federal Budget that it would create a Canadian Drug Agency (CDA). The CDA will be designed to help lower the cost of…

What Students in Clinical Research Programs Should Know About Real-World Evidence

Clinical trials are highly controlled environments that allow researchers to monitor participants closely. This control gives scientists high-quality data about new drugs, but it also comes with limitations. Sometimes, for…

How Students in Pharmaceutical Quality Training Can Help Maintain Supplier Quality

Drug manufacturers need to ensure suppliers follow QA/QC standards. Here’s how pharmaceutical quality training helps you maintain quality with suppliers.

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.

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.

3 Things for Students in Pharmacovigilance Training to Know About Data Silos

Data silos are when data in an organization is kept by one department and not shared with the rest of the organization. Data silos are a risk at any large…

Stuck in a Dead End Job? 3 Reasons to Switch Careers and Go to Pharmaceutical School

Do you feel stuck in a rut, or that your current job doesn’t challenge you as much as you would like? Perhaps you want a career that feels more fulfilling,…

What Clinical Research Diploma Students Should Know About the Blood Pressure Drug Recall

Pharmacovigilance—which refers to detecting, understanding, and preventing adverse effects and other problems with pharmaceuticals—is vital for ensuring the safety of medicines. That’s why drug recalls are of particular interest to…

How Quality Assurance and Quality Control is Different for Medical Devices vs. Pharmaceuticals

If you’re considering a career in pharmaceutical quality assurance and quality control in the medical device industry, now is a great time to pursue training. The medical device industry is…