Welcome To Regulated AffairsPublished on April 3, 2017
We are excited to be launching a blog for The Canadian Association of Professionals in Regulatory Affairs (CAPRA)! Your source for timely information on news, events and updates in regulatory affairs in Canada.
CAPRA is the largest and only industry association devoted to individuals working in regulatory affairs in Canada. We hope that sharing this blog and providing you with updates on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter will allow our members to stay connected to the each other and with the various regulators to help build a strong regulatory industry.
Whether you work in pharmaceuticals, biologics, medical devices, natural health products, food, cosmetics and any other regulated health products, the CAPRA blog will help strengthen your regulatory knowledge and expertise. We will be providing you with informative updates on labelling regulations, Drug Establishment Licensing, the upcoming Safe Food for Canadian’s Regulations, and various other topics to help you keep up with the latest information in the field. Tune in regularly and feel free to share our blog with your colleagues.
We look forward to receiving your feedback and comments and hope this will be an engaging platform where we can share ideas.
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