Food Quality & Safety Training 101: How New Products Are Developed

The food and beverage industry is made up of incredibly competitive markets in which new products are developed, launched, and advertised to consumers all the time. It’s also an industry…

What Students in Clinical Safety Diploma Programs Need to Know About Stem Cell Wound Care

Skin wounds can come in many shapes and sizes, and can range in severity from a minor cut to a deep burn. In addition, the causes behind skin wounds also…

Why Medical Marijuana Use Is Soaring and What it Means for Grads of an MMPR Training Program

Since 2001, when medical cannabis legislation was introduced in Canada, legitimate and legal use of cannabis has steadily increased. Now, with recreational legalization set to come about in the not-too-distant…

Overcoming Clinical Trial Enrollment Challenges After Drug Safety Certificate Training

As you begin your career after completing your pharmacovigilance training, working with your employer to support clinical trials may be a very important part of your day-to-day work. Clinical trials…

The Top 3 Most Innovative Pharma Companies of 2017 for Students in Pharmaceutical Courses

Medical innovation is a major driver for the economy and for society. It leads to better or cheaper medication, new implements and techniques, and a variety of other benefits that…

Put This Handy Guide to Emerging Pathogens to Work After Earning Your Food Technology Diploma

Keeping food supplies safe is an ongoing challenge, but fortunately professionals working in the field have made plenty of headway over the years. According to FoodNet data, from 1996 to…

A Quick Introduction to Physiology and Pathophysiology for Students in Clinical Research College

When working in clinical research, it is important to have an understanding of the body, how it works, and what happens when someone contracts an illness or disease or suffers…

Breaking Down the Pharmaceutical Blockchain for Students in Drug Regulatory Affairs Courses

In today’s technologically advanced world, there always seems to be some sort of new, innovative technology that promises to change the world as we know it. From the internet of…

Cross-Species Medicating: Why Pros in Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance Are Alarmed by the Trend

Recently in the United States, a survey was conducted to determine whether people use unprescribed antibiotics. Of those surveyed, 5 per cent of respondents had used antibiotics without a prescription…

What You Need to Know About Copper Safety in Food Safety Diploma Programs

Copper is a very efficient conductor, which means it should be a natural fit for the food industry. Faster conduction leads to faster heating of cooking implements, and by extension,…