IACUC Training Workshops

2018

SCAW IACUC Training Workshop
Augusta University
Augusta, GA
June 2018

SCAW IACUC Training Workshop
New York City, NY
September 28, 2018

SCAW IACUC Training Workshop
Salt Lake City, UT
October 19, 2018

Click Here to download the registration form for SCAW IACUC Training Workshop. This registration form is for mail-in, or scan and email to info@scaw.com or, You may also register on-line click on Register Now

SCAW’s IACUC Training Workshop educates and trains individuals who work with laboratory animals in research, testing and education. They include IACUC members and administrators, Principal Investigators, Attending Veterinarians, regulatory personnel and laboratory animal care staff. The regional workshop format lets small groups discuss specific topics that are relevant to IACUC functions. Each workshop is structured in similar design, with slight changes made to meet local needs.

It is expected that the workshops will be approved for hours of continuing education credit in jurisdictions which recognize AAVSB RACE approval; however participants should be aware that some boards have limitations on the number of hours accepted in certain categories and/or restrictions on certain methods of delivery of continued education. Call the SCAW office at 301-345-3500 for further information.

This workshop will help meet the requirement stated in the Guide for the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals 8th edition, 2011 that states “All personnel involved with the care and use of animals must be adequately educated, trained, and/or qualified in basic principles of laboratory animal science to help ensure high-quality science and animal well-being”. It will also address USDA/APHIS/AC Policy 15.

SCAW encourages local institutions and others to co-sponsor SCAW’s IACUC Training Workshops. Please contact the SCAW office if you are interested in sponsoring a workshop.
SCAW wishes to acknowledge the sponsor of the workshops, OLAW/NIH/DHHS, USDA/APHIS/AC,CITI, Merck and GSK.

If you have any questions, call the SCAW office at 301-345-3500.

Special Needs:
Individuals requiring special accommodations should contact the SCAW office prior to the meeting. SCAW is in compliance with the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990

New York City General Information

The Workshop will be held at the City University New York, The Graduate School and University Center, 365 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY. Everyone entering the building will need picture ID to get thru security. The workshop will take place on the concourse level at the Graduate Center, workshop registration starts at 8 am.

Hotel information is;
New York Manhattan/Herald Square Courtyard by Marriott
71 West 35th Street (between 5th and 6th)
New York, NY
Sleeping Room rate: $289.00 plus taxes
Rooms are ready to be reserved by calling reservations (800-321-2211) and referencing the SCAW Group Block
Cutoff date: September 6, 2018

More information about CUNY Graduate Center can be found at http://www.gc.cuny.edu/About-the-GC/Building-Venues-Particulars/Building-Access

Other program and general information may be found on SCAW's website: https://scaw.com/conferences--workshops/iacuc-training-workshops/

SCAW IACUC Training Workshop

Sponsored by: OLAW/NIH/DHHS; USDA/APHIS/AC; The City University of New York,The Graduate School and University Center; CITI Program at BRANY; a•tune software Inc.; Tech Software Inc.; Merck, Inc.; GSK; Rockefeller University; and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
September 28, 2018

The City University of New York, The Graduate School and University Center

365 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY

TimeEvent
8:00Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:30Introduction and Welcome to IACUC Training
Gregory R. Reinhard, DVM, MBA, DACLAM
8:45Keynote: Ethical Cost - Benefit Analysis to Justify the Use of Animals in Research
Ernest D. Prentice, PhD
9:30Why Do We Do What We Do?
J. G. Collins, PhD
10:00Break
10:30Predicting the Future: Developing the IACUC’s Crystal Ball
Randall J. Nelson, PhD
11:00IACUC Myths and Legends
John F. Bradfield, DVM, PhD, DACLAM
11:30High Quality Data From Lab Animal Based Research: Whose Responsibility is it, Anyway?
Paul G. Braunschweiger, PhD
NoonLunch
1:00Are You Up to Date With APHIS, OLAW? Q & A for You and Me Introduction and Moderator: Gregory R. Reinhard, DVM, MBA, DACLAM Panelists:
Brent C. Morse, DVM, DACLAM; OLAW Representative Nicolette Petervary, VMD, DACAW; USDA/APHIS/AC Representative
2:15Insights into Site Visits: What, Why, What
Randall J. Nelson, PhD
Ernest D. Prentice, PhD
Eileen Morgan, BS, LVT, RLATG; OLAW Representative
Nicolette Petervary, VMD, DACAW; USDA/APHIS/AC Representative
J. G. Collins, PhD; AAALAC Representative
3:00Break

♦NEW♦ Afternoon Concurrent Sessions - Choose One Track ♦NEW♦

Track 1

TimeEvent
3:30 – 5:00pm Active Learning as a Component of IACUC Training
Self-imposed Administrative Burden

J. G. Collins, PhD
(Registration limited to 20 participants. Please email info@scaw.com to become a registrant. You will receive a return email confirming that you are a participant. If a minimum number of 10 attendees aren't registered, the session will be canceled.)

Track 2

TimeEvent
3:30- 4:00 What is the IACUC to do About Non-Compliance
Gregory R. Reinhard, DVM, MBA, DACLAM
4:00 - 5:00This Could Happen to You: Scenarios From What We’ve Seen or Heard
Ernest D. Prentice, PhD
Randall J. Nelson, PhD
Brent C. Morse, DVM, DACLAM; OLAW Representative
Nicolette Petervary, VMD, DACAW; USDA/APHIS/AC Representative

This conference was reviewed and approved by the American Association of Veterinary State Boards (AAVSB) RACE program and meets the requirements for a maximum of 6 hours of continuing education credit for Veterinarians and Veterinary Technicians. Please contact the AAVSB RACE program at race@aavsb.org should you have any comments/concerns regarding this program’s validity or relevancy to the veterinary profession.

Program # 293

For RACE approved credit hours indicate the sessions that you attended, sign the page and return to the registration desk to receive your certificate of attendance.

University of Utah - Salt Lake City IACUC
Training Workshop Hotel and General Information

Workshop Information

SCAW’s IACUC Training Workshop will be on October 19, 2018, and will be held at; University Utah - Salt Lake City Campus Fort Douglas 110 S. Fort Douglas Blvd Salt Lake City, UT Parking on-site

Hotel Information:

Sleeping rooms will be at the Salt Lake City Marriott University Park, 480 Wakara Way, Salt Lake City, UT, 84108 Cutoff date: 9/27/2018 $149.00 USD per night Free on site parking Call 1-800-228-9290 to book your reservations or click here to book your group rate for SCAW IACUC Training Workshop. The Marriott provides a shuttle bus to the University Campus, based on availability.

IACUC Training Workshop

University of Utah
Salt Lake City Campus
Fort Douglas
110 S. Fort Douglas Blvd
Salt Lake City, UT

October 19, 2018

Click Here to download the registration form for SCAW IACUC Training Workshop. This registration form is for mail-in, or scan and email to info@scaw.com or, You may also register on-line click on Register Now

Sponsored by the Utah University; OLAW/NIH/DHHS; USDA/APHIS/AC; CITI Program at BRANY; a-tune software, Inc; Merck and GSK

TimeEvent
8:00Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:30Welcome and Introduction to IACUC Training
Introduction of Speakers

Gregory R. Reinhard, DVM, MBA, DACLAM
8:45Keynote: The Ethics of Using Animals in Research: A Question of Science, Humaneness and Societal Need
Ernest D. Prentice, PhD
9:30How Does Your IACUC Rise to Challenges?
J. G. Collins, PhD
10:00Break
10:30Building and Sustaining an IACUC: Balance is Key
Randall J. Nelson, PhD
11:00Endpoints: One Size Doesn’t Fit All
John F. Bradfield, DVM, PhD, DACLAM
11:30Reproducibility and Animal Research: Who’s Responsible?
Paul G. Braunschweiger, PhD
12:00Lunch
1:00Are You Up to Date With APHIS, OLAW? Q & A for You and Me
Introduction and Moderator:
Gregory R. Reinhard, DVM, MBA, DACLAM
Panelists:
USDA/APHIS/AC Representative
OLAW Representative
Randall J. Nelson, PhD; AAALAC Representative
2:15Under the Microscope: Examining Your Programs Before Others Do
Ernest D. Prentice, PhD
Randall J. Nelson, PhD
USDA/APHIS/AC Representative
OLAW Representative
J. G. Collins, PhD; AAALAC Representative
3:00Break

Afternoon Concurrent Sessions - Choose One Track

Track 1

TimeEvent
3:30 - 5:00Active Learning as a Component of IACUC Training
The Guide's 15 Topics for Protocol Review: The Rationale and Purpose for Each

J. G. Collins, PhD
(Registration limited to 20 participants. Please email info@scaw.com to become a registrant. You will receive a return email confirming that you are a participant. If a minimum number of 10 attendees aren't registered, the session will be canceled.)

Track 2

TimeEvent
3:30IACUC & Compliance
Gregory R. Reinhard, DVM, MBA, DACLAM
4:00Ethical and Regulatory Sensitive Scenarios
Ernest D. Prentice, PhD
Randall J. Nelson, PhD
OLAW Representative
USDA/APHIS/AC Representative

5:00End of Workshop