TAG ARCHIVES FOR iacuc administration

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May2018

PRIM&R recently submitted comments in response to National Institutes of Health (NIH)’s March 14 request for information (RFI) on how best to improve the coordination of regulations and policies with respect to research with laboratory animals as prompted by a mandate in the 21st Century Cures Act. Comments on the RFI are due June 12, and I wanted to share what PRIM&R submitted in case the comments are helpful as you consider developing and submitting your own comments to NIH, which is coordinating the RFI with the Food and Drug Administration and the Department of Agriculture (USDA). Read more

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May2018

I have been an IACUC Administrator for fifteen years and a long-time member of PRIM&R. I can remember my first PRIM&R IACUC Conference back in 2005: all the excitement and anticipation of learning new ideas and best practices.  From time to time I’m asked why I still go to PRIM&R IACUC if I've already gone before. And my reply is, because it’s always exciting and new! Like regulatory compliance itself, the conferences always offer new knowledge to be gained, new friends to meet, and exciting adventures to be had. Read more

10
May2018

Do you think of customer service when you think of IACUC Administration? No? Well, maybe you should! I recently attended a fabulous session at PRIM&R’s 2018 IACUC Conference entitled “Incorporating Quality Customer Service into IACUC Administration”. We don’t often think of customer service as applying to regulatory compliance. But if instead of viewing regulatory compliance as enforcement, we view it as a service, we may begin to see compliance increase. Read more

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Apr2017

We are excited to announce that, in response to member feedback, PRIM&R has expanded our programming for the animal care and use community. Please read on to learn more about what we are doing to provide enhanced educational and networking opportunities, and strengthen the community of animal care and use professionals. Read more

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Jul2016

For those involved with the ethical oversight of research involving animals or human subjects, committee meetings are a regular part of the job. IACUC and IRB staff and chairs are tasked with ensuring that those meetings run smoothly and are conducted in accordance with federal regulations. During this webinar, presenters shared recommendations and best practices for preparing for, conducting, and following up on committee meetings from the perspectives of a chair and coordinator. Consideration was also given to procedural and interpersonal aspects of IACUC and IRB meetings. Read more

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