Topics: Clinical Research
Topics: Clinical Research
Topics: Data Science
I am a big supporter of working women - specially working moms. This is the story of my neighbor, a mom of two who finally made it happen after a long break.
She was a Pharmacist, working at a big retail store's Pharmacy department and she loved her job. She was getting paid well, had great insurance plan and was respected in the family as she was the go to person for everyone when anyone got sick. She was just married for two years, all was well. She was now also going to have the best gift of her life and was very excited about it. She was going to have a baby. When she held her baby for the first time, she decided that she wanted to take care of the little angle by herself and she would not leave her with anyone to go to work. It seemed like it would be tough, but leaving her baby was out of question, so she quit her job and enjoyed being with the kids for the next ten years.
Ten years passed by pretty quickly and she was busy like never before. But now, that both her kids were at school, she started feeling the silence. She would meet other parents, who were working and wanted to get back to work. No she had no regrets, she was very happy to see her kids get the time they needed, but it was time for her to get back to her profession. She started applying for jobs, but would not get response. She was smart and she knew her subject well, but a lot had changed in the industry since she left.
"Where do I go? What do I do now? Is my medical career over? Is this it? What am I going to do now?"
They Learned, they worked hard, they did their best and they applied! Now the result was out of their hands! The wait for the #matchday was going to decide their fate! If they will be getting to the next level of training or not, was a big question! The students and the parents, were stressed!
Now that the #MatchDay is done, and the once selected for the residency are on their way, some fellow students feel lost. Their envelop did not smile at them, and they had no alternate plan. "Where do I go? What do I do now? Is my medical career over? Is this it? What am I going to do now?" ...the question does not leave them alone. The grey area of their life seems to get darker...So what next?
To all the awesome #unmatched #MedStudents, who are committed to the field of life science and medicine, we are here to help! There is a career, where you can contribute to the field of medicine and help save life's. This is a very important field of work and will be a great use of your talent and your knowledge. You can play an instrumental role in making sure the right drugs are in the right place, in the right form and the right way! Remember the 5 R's you learned in medical school? Now is the time to be a Drug Safety Officer!
What are the job and career prospects for a Pharmacovigilance/ Drug Safety officer?
As the biotech and pharmaceutical industries generate more novel drugs with large market sizes, an increasing number of expertly trained professionals are required to monitor drugs and report and report adverse activities to meet compliance and regulatory guidelines. Looking forward, Global Pharmacovigilance Market is expected to reach USD 5.51 billion by 2020 and the sizable demand for trained pharmacovigilance professionals is here to stay.
Professionals trained in Drug Safety have lucrative career options in Pharmaceutical/ Biotechnology Companies, Contract Research Organizations (CROs), Knowledge Process Outsourcing (KPOs)/ Consulting organizations such as Accenture, Cognizant, etc. and Regulatory Authorities such as DCG(I), FDA & CDSCO.
How can an individual train for a career in Pharmacovigilance/ Drug Safety?
Enrolling in an accredited Training Courses can be a great investment if an individual with appropriate educational background is looking for career advancement in the field.
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