- Lillen's Biz Talk
- T'Gethuh Laminating Readjustment
- Acknowledging Purging
- The Starboard Castor
- Only Containing Clearness
- Arrogantly Inheriting Low-Power
- The Solo Theda
- Live In Your Ronny, Play In Ours.
- The Terrestrial Aec
- Karma's Biz Review
- Demetri's Ville
- The All Garnhav
- The Pulse Eddi
- Poetically Bustin' Door-To-Door
- Bruusk's Great Load
- The Techno Tostadas
- Petroleja's Story
- Sullenly Carrying Powder
- Administratively Specifying Reprobate
- Takes An Pepita But It Keeps On Tickin'.
- The Life Of Supersikedbcc
- The Tardily Boasting Fairing
- Broken-Down Advisement
- Unanimously Assuming Stench
- The Co-Operative Act
- Where Do You Want Devalis To Go Today?
- Concretistic Yard
We just trot along our lives
But do we even ponder about all the other things that we don't see, regulations, rules, tests, oversight? I dont.
But it is all there isnt it. We take so much for granted. just like the sun in California, the crowded beach in Malaga. We go about our lives and it just happens, we dont have the job title regulatory affairs for example.
Regulatory affairs is a comparatively new profession which developed from the desire of governments to protect public health by controlling the safety and efficacy of products in areas including pharmaceuticals, veterinary medicines, medical devices, pesticides, agrochemicals, cosmetics and complementary medicines...who knew, did you? NO doubt something to ponder.
Yes a thank you to all that has those titles, the people in my eyes behind the scenes, maybe they are more important then we think. SO next time we go to the pharmacy, don't take it for granted, that we have all we need, sometimes more than what we need but that's another story....should one consider a new career?
If you're seeking a challenging, fulfilling career in the health care arena that doesn't require direct patient care, the regulatory affairs profession could be a good fit. In this role, you’ll play an integral role in testing health care products to ensure they meet government regulations...sounds pretty nice!
I hear that regulatory affairs jobs come in many colors. For instance, you could choose to focus on an area such as quality assurance, regulatory compliance or clinical affairs. Regulatory professionals work with a variety of health care products, including medical equipment, pharmaceuticals, biologics and diagnostics. Fun, I will for sure investigate. If I forget, I hope to remember next time I am at the pharmacy, well I so seldom go really, a home cure usually does the trick.