MSMR presents professional development workshops for the research community on such topics as:
We also offer in-house training to our member organizations
in public outreach, communication, team-building, employee awareness
and other topics. MSMR workshops are a combination of expert lecture
and symposium and hands-on case-method and role-play learning. Leading
experts in the field from government agencies, accrediting organizations,
private firms and member companies lead our workshops.
Want to be recognized as a future Workshop sponsor? Write to Alan Dittrich.
On-Line Training for IACUC Community Members ... and others
Introduction to Animal Care and Use Committees. This 6-week course covers all the basics for a new community member. It is also good adjunct training for new IACUC adminstrators or members who have not yet had the chance to take IACUC 101 or a similar course.
How does our on-line training program work?
The program consists of six lessons, one each week for six weeks. You can complete the lesson and its associated exercise at any time during the week. The instructor will have on-line office hours/chat sessions once each week: you'll receive the schedule upon registration. Successful completion of each weekly module is required before you can progress to the next module. When you successfully finish all six lessons, you will receive a Certificate of Completion.
Veterinarians and veterinary technicians who successfully complete this course are eligible for 6.0 CE hours. Call the MSMR office for details.
The current session of the Introduction to IACUCs course began on January 31, 2014. That session is now fully subscribed. To be placed on the early notification list for future sessions, please write to us.
Your 2014 MSMR Workshop Planning Guide
MSMR's professional development workshops offer participant tools to do their jobs better. More details on each workshop will be published about three months before it is scheduled.
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