Regulatory Journals

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International Journal of Drug Regulatory Affairs (IJDRA)

IJDRA is Quarterly Open-access and peer-reviewed Journal circulated electronically and Print since 2013 to provide quality information on the latest updates on Drug regulation. It is the first Journal for subject Drug Regulatory Affairs in India.

The Journal of Regulatory Science (JRS) is an online open-access journal intended for scholars with an interest in regulatory science. The JRS publishes free of charge, peer-reviewed scientific manuscripts, proposed standard evaluations and rapid communications to advance the discipline of regulatory science. 

Therapeutic Innovation & Regulatory Science (TIRS) publishes peer-reviewed original research, review articles, commentaries, and letters to the editor on medical product discovery, development, regulation, access, and policy.

The official scientific journal of the Drug Information Association (DIA).

Journal of Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs represents one of the leading International online platforms for communication and exchange of scholarly information on the current and prevailing laws and the regulatory concepts as applicable to the development and commercialization of pharmaceutical & biomedical products; food; beverages; biotech products and cosmetics originating from across the world.

Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology publishes peer reviewed articles that involve the generation, evaluation, and interpretation of experimental animal and human data that are of direct importance and relevance for regulatory authorities with respect to toxicological and pharmacological regulations in society

Clinical Research and Regulatory Affairs is a peer-reviewed international journal whose primary aim is the dissemination of knowledge about the issues and challenges of clinical research, with a special emphasis on the design, conduct, analysis, synthesis, history, ethics, regulation, and clinical and policy aspects of drug development.

DIA’s digital magazine offers expert global and regional coverage of the discovery, development, regulation, surveillance, and marketing of healthcare products, including interviews with thought leaders and topical summaries from educational events.

Regulatory Focus, offers in-depth feature articles, availableonly to RAPS members, in addition to the daily news. Features provide members with more detail on some of the most pressing issues in their profession, including advertising, promotion, labeling and risk management.

RAPS Membership Required

The Journal of Medical Device Regulation is a practical tool for every regulatory professional working in the medical device and in vitro diagnostics (IVD) industries.

Subscritpion Required.

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