Regulatory Affairs Professional Society (RAPS). URL: http:// www.raps.org. The RAPS Web site is a good source of information on educational publications available for purchase, as well as forthcoming training seminars and professional conferences focused on regulatory topics. The Society's monthly journal and adjunct current awareness services are accessible only to members.
Food and Drug Law Institute (FDLT). URL: http://www.fdli. org. FDLI provides a useful guide to pertinent publications and educational opportunities. This Web site also includes a dictionary of regulatory acronyms and a directory of links to other relevant Internet sources.
RAinfo. URL: http://www.rainfo.com. This is a long-standing and well-established Web compendium of links to regulatory-related Internet sites focusing on drugs and devices. Although its scope is international, emphasis is on the U.S.A.
RegSource. URL: http://www.regsource.com. The transparent, applications-oriented subject organization of this site and its easy navigability make this pathfinder an attractive alternative or complement to RAinfo.
TOPRA—Organization for Professionals in Regulatory Affairs. URL: http://www.topra.org. Established in January 2004, TOPRA has launched an informative Web site that lists, on an ongoing basis, significant new regulatory documents issued worldwide, enhanced with hyperlinks to full-text sources. The site also includes annotated directories of other pertinent resources on the Web.
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