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RAPS has revealed the names of the 257 regulatory professionals who earned their Regulatory Affairs Certification (RAC) in autumn 2013.
This chapter, How I Got Started in Regulatory, is an excerpt taken from the book Choosing the Right Regulatory Career, available from the RAPS Store.
Writing for Regulatory Focus is a rewarding experience that can place your work in front of a substantial segment of the regulatory profession.
John Driscoll, author of FDA Requirements for Prescription Drug Promotion, talks about about the book and its subject matter, including common compliance issues, best practices, gray areas and the challenge of drug promotion online and on social media.
Regulatory Focus is for regulatory professionals written by regulatory professionals.
The publication takes a look at the important topics facing regulatory professionals in a changing global healthcare landscape. From topics ranging from research and development to labeling and marketing, the articles try to analyze, inform, and educate readers about the issues at the forefront of the industry.
Rated as the number one benefit by the members of RAPS, Regulatory Focus strives to provide the best and most current information to regulatory professionals so they can succeed and advance at every stage in their careers.
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