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Anneke Keizer

Co-Owner and Founder, Core+



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Monte Matthews, BA, CPIA

Director, Animal Care Services, University of Oregon

Monte Matthews, BA, CPIA Director, Animal Care Services University of Oregon Monte Matthews is the Director for Animal Care Services (ACS) at the University of Oregon. He has been involved with IACUC training since 1990 at the University, and is one of the original creators of the IACUC 101 and 201 series, is Co-Director, Vice President and core faculty member. Mr. Matthews has published several articles and presented many workshops on IACUC issues and zebrafish care and use. Mr. Matthews is active in several animal related research organizations, including PRIM&R and AALAS. He is a founding member of the Council for the PRIM&R IACUC certification program, Certified Professional IACUC Administrator (CPIA). He has served as a board member for the National Association for Biomedical Research (NABR) and the Northwest Association for Biomedical Research. He is past president of both the Oregon Biomedical Research Association and the Oregon branch of AALAS. Monte enjoys many hobbies, but standing in a river and waving a stick is his favorite passion.

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Patricia Smith

Founder, Compassion Fatigue Awareness Project



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Compassion Fatigue and Committee Roles

NWABR Regional IACUC Conference: Compassion Fatigue and Committee Roles

Thursday, March 31

10:45 AM - 12:00 PM

Faculty(s):

Anneke Keizer

Co-Owner and Founder, Core+

Monte Matthews, BA, CPIA

Director, Animal Care Services, University of Oregon

Patricia Smith

Founder, Compassion Fatigue Awareness Project

This session will introduce the topic of compassion fatigue as it applies to both people who work directly with animals and members of IACUC and their support staff. There will be an opportunity for discrete table top discussions in relation to both the causes and impacts of compassion fatigue. Participants will be provided with tools and strategies to ameliorate, reduce, and avoid compassion fatigue.