Hiring and training remote employees is far more than just giving them equipment to work from home. There needs to be structure, transparency, and communication. Otherwise, there’s the risk of new hires slipping through the cracks, especially if they’re entering the regulatory field for the first time or taking on a particularly complex role. Read more
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Are investigators at your institution engaging patient and community partners in research? Some of these partners will need training in human research protections—particularly if they will be responsible for recruiting participants, obtaining informed consent, or collecting data. CIRTification Online is a free web-based human research protections training program developed specifically for community research partners. Read more
The Responsibility to Know and Disseminate: Sharing a Wealth of InformationTags:
By Angela Craig, DVM, lab animal veterinarian and IACUC member at the University of Minnesota
PRIM&R is pleased to share a post from Angela Craig, a member of the PRIM&R Blog Squad for the 2015 Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) Conference. The PRIM&R Blog Squad is composed of PRIM&R members who will blog here, on Ampersand, to give our readers an inside peek of what is happening at the conference in Boston, MA.
When I attend a conference, I [...] Read more
The Shift Toward Training and Documentation of ProficiencyTags:
by Anne Meade, MS, PMP, senior manager for website and social media
The most recent revisions to the Guide for the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals highlighted the importance of training for individuals involved with the care and use of animals. As Chris Newcomer explains in this excerpt on People & Perspectives, this was a welcome addition.
“I’ve seen indiscretions done in animal research…they almost always result not from somebody’s maliciousness; they result from their arrogance of thinking that they know enough to do a procedure the right way.”[...] Read more