Cost: $345 (nonmember: $615)
Attendance maximum: 20
This course explains the law, procedures, and reporting involved in meeting the requirements of institutional animal care and use committees (IACUCs) at academic research institutions, and how librarians contribute to the process. Participants will gain hands-on experience with the animal research process, including critically reading a real-life scientific research protocol and using the terms in the protocol to search multiple research databases. Participants will leave with a greater understanding of search terms and controlled vocabulary used in animal welfare searches, as well as a worksheet template they can use in reporting animal alternative searches to their offices of research.
Instructors: Adele Dobry, Subject Specialist, Carlson Health Sciences Library, University of California–Davis, and Maureen (Molly) Knapp, AHIP, Training Development Specialist, NN/LM National Training Office, National Network of Libraries of Medicine, Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library, University of Utah–Salt Lake City
Continuing Education Course
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