Here are some interesting blogs on the topics of FDA regulated industry, FDA regulations, health and science that regular readers of GxP Perspectives might enjoy while I am on vacation. Everyone should have a vacation now and then and I am going off for almost two weeks!
Acronym Required states they follow science and industry but don’t tell a lot about themselves. Interesting reading.
Applied Clinical Trials: Their blog is one of the best. Take their salary survey.
Chemistry Explained: A good site on a dry topic. Not an actual blog.
Compliance Zen: “Practical FDA compliance insights and intelligence.”
Diabetes Self Management Well organized and informative
Drug Health Supersite An eclectic mix.
Endocrine Today: “Clinical news on diabetes and endocrine disorders.”
Eye on FDA: Not my favorite but an important blog on FDA stuff.
FDA Law Blog: As described
FDA Matters: Feisty blog on FDA from Steven Grossman
GxP Lifeline: A Master Control Newsletter (commercial content and GxP news)
Medical Devices Today: From Elsevier (not feisty)
Partners in Health Blog: News about the health organization’s work in Haiti.
PharmaGossip: We all need a little gossip in our lives. This blog has the longest blogroll I have ever seen (almost). Blogs that everyone has heard of and that no one has heard of.
PharmTech Talk: Pharmaceutical Technology’s excellent blog.
Two Decades and Counting: A GxP professional’s blog that is well worth checking out.
WSJ Health Blog: A good blog from a newspaper that I don’t read.On my return I hope to have a post on the new FDA Guidance: FAQ for IVDs. I also have several Guest Commentaries lined up on the TMF reference model, informed consent, and more! And as for Hamlet and Yorick, Hamlet never said that he knew him well. He did say that Yorick was, “a fellow of infinite jest, of most excellent fancy.” Sounds like a “to be” kind of guy. Unfortunately, the Hamlet of Ashland 2010 left a little to be desired. Oh well.
Announcement: The 18th and 19th of January 2011 I will be at the conference for Developing CAPAs in the GCP Environment, Arlington, VA.