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Virtual AAALAC Chat: Completing Surgical Records for Mice & Rats
Continued excellence in animal care and use, and in research, takes continued collaboration.
Join the Animal Care & Use Team, along with colleagues from other partner departments, as we continue preparations for the upcoming AAALAC 2020 Site Visit in August.
Co-hosted by Lucy Kennedy, DVM, DACLAM, ULAM Assistant Attending Veterinarian, and Erin Czarniak, BS, CPIA, LATg, Assistant Director – Quality Assurance in the Animal Care & Use Office, the Virtual AAALAC Chat: Completing Surgical Records for Mice & Rats will explore how to identify common mistakes when completing peri-operative and post-operative records, and outline why surgical records have been identified as an important topic to review prior to the Site Visit.
Virtual AAALAC Chats are short, 30-minute sessions that provide a quick overview and resources on specific topics of interest and importance to the U-M research community.
Register for this and other AAALAC preparation events at:
**Upon submitting your RSVP, you will receive a confirmation email with login instructions for the meeting(s) you have selected. Valid Level-1 U-M login credentials will be required for each meeting.
Other Virtual AAALAC Chat Topics Include:
- Management of Controlled Substances in Animal Research
- Laboratory Safety & Animal Research
- Equipment Sanitization Guidelines
- Daily Care & Husbandry of Aquatics Facilities
- Rat & Mice Euthanasia Procedures
As a reminder, AAALAC site visitors will be on campus for the University of Michigan’s re-accreditation site visit beginning Tuesday, August 25 through Friday, August 28. During this time, you should anticipate a visit to all animal housing locations on campus, as well as visits to many laboratories.
Questions about the AAALAC 2020 Site Visit should be directed to the Animal Care & Use Office at email@example.com.
If you have additional questions about preparation events, or if you would like to suggest other topics for future AAALAC Chats, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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