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August 2020

World Congress 11 Webinars on 3Rs in COVID-19 research

August 25 - August 26

On 25 and 26 August 2020 at 3 PM CET, the 11th World Congress on Alternatives and Animal Use in the Life Sciences will organize two 1.5 h webinars on 3Rs in COVID-19 research. On both days, several excellent presentations will highlight innovative model systems to study COVID-19, and will also discuss new strategies for the development of vaccines, therapeutics and diagnostics and much more!

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Compassion Fatigue in Laboratory Animal Research

August 26 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

This joint webinar, from the NC3Rs and the North American 3Rs Collaborative (NA3RsC), will introduce the topic of compassion fatigue in laboratory animal research. Dr. Megan LaFollette, 3Rs Fellow at the NA3RsC, will discuss the latest research on compassion fatigue and how it can affect the mental wellbeing of animal care staff. Attendees will gain insight into risk factors and considerations for improving staff wellbeing in an animal research setting. This webinar has been designed to be suitable for anyone…

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September 2020

Recognition, Prevention, & Alleviation of Pain & Distress in Lab Animal Research – Online Workshop

September 2 - September 15

This workshop will be held over a 2 week period (from 2nd – 15th September 2020) and delivered using a combination of pre-recorded webinars, “live” webinars and e-learning modules. Course tutors will be Professor Paul Flecknell and Dr Matt Leach. The workshop will be hosted via the Research Animal Training web site (www.researchanimaltraining.com). The registration fee for the workshop is £200 GBP and registration can be made at the bottom of this page. The number of participants will be restricted…

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Reproducibility, Replicability and Trust in Science (Virtual Conference)

September 9 - September 11
50GBP – 150GBP

This new meeting will bring together an international audience of researchers motivated to improve the robustness of scientific research. It will also involve important stakeholder groups: data and services providers, publishers, institutions and funders that are developing policies and tools. The overarching theme of this conference is to position the challenge of reproducibility and replicability as a behaviour-change problem that when addressed can lead to culture change within research. The programme will explore how the right incentives can drive positive…

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Responsible Research Webinar

September 9 @ 5:00 am - 6:00 am

In this FREE 'How to plan animal studies well' webinar you will learn: - why reporting guidelines alone are not sufficient to improve the quality of animal studies; - how checklists can facilitate the implementation of best practice; - about the PREPARE guidelines; - how to plan animal studies well; - where to go for more information

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Applications in Developing Technologies for Rodent Health Surveillance

September 16 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

In this joint webinar, from NA3RsC and NJABR, attendees will learn about the topic of Rodent Health Surveillance. Dr. Patricia Foley, Chris Manual, and Christina Pettan-Brewer will discuss strengths, limitations, and practical application of the latest technologies in this area. This webinar is free to attend. 1.25 CE available!

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Biomedical Research Awareness Day

September 17

Biomedical Research Awareness Day (BRAD) is an initiative committed to educating students and the public on the importance of biomedical research and the humane use of animals. BRAD is held every year on the 3rd Thursday in April. Veterinary schools, medical schools, research institutions, and others around the world will be participating and celebrating at their respective institutions.

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The Journey to Better in the Post COVID World

September 23 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
$115 – $175

The wreckage left behind from the COVID-19 pandemic has fundamentally changed the biomedical research industry. Even the best operational disaster plans could not prepare us for the impact of a pandemic. The pain we all experienced with disaster planning, employee morale, and fear of the unknown was real. Yet we were committed to have the best animal care, provide the best customer service, and provide the best environment for our employees. Presenters from Brigham & Women's Hospital, Mass General, and…

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October 2020

American Association for Laboratory Animal Science 71st National Meeting

October 25 - October 29
Free – $100

The AALAS National Meeting Program Committee and AALAS President Tracy Parker invite you to attend the 2020 National Meeting, The meeting will be held virtually starting on October 25 and running on demand through the end of 2020. A special spotlight forum for 2020 is devoted to overcoming challenges in LAS. Who among us has not had to deal with a challenge in their work? Whether you are a researcher that has had to change a study design, a manager…

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