Multimedia

IACUC Protocol Review: Multimedia
IACUC Protocol Review   Institutional Animal Care and Use Committees
  •  IACUC Review of Proposed Animal Activities - December 9, 2010  This 1-hour webinar from the Office of Laboratory Animal Welfare (OLAW) at the National Institutes of Health reviews the IACUC’s authority to perform review of proposed animal activities, the requirements of the Public Health Service Policy, and looks at specific issues such as prolonged restraint, food and water deprivation, multiple major operative procedures, and others.
  • Guidance on Significant Changes to Animal Activities - August 21, 2014  In August 2014, OLAW announced, with USDA concurrence and approval, changes in how IACUCs can administratively handle proposed significant changes to previously approved animal activities. This webinar explains how IACUCs can use the increased flexibility afforded them by this change.
  • Oversight of Research Involving Wildlife - March 20, 2014 This 1-hour webinar from the Office of Laboratory Animal Welfare at the National Institutes of Health highlights approaches and resources that will assist institutions in conducting sound reviews of projects involving wild animals. It is presented by Dr. Robert Sikes, who has been a member of the Animal Care and Use Committee of the American Society of Mammalogists [ASM] since 1997 and has chaired that committee since 2008.
  • Grants Policy and Congruence - June 7, 2012 This webinar, presented by Dr. Pat Brown, Director of OLAW, discusses the issue of ensuring that animal activities reviewed and approved by the IACUC are congruent with research activities described in the NIH grants application. This webinar is primarily for institutions receiving funding from the National Institutes of Health and other Public Health Service agencies.