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The management of biomedical research using animals has become increasingly complex due to new technology, increased regulatory oversight, and recognition of the need for animals free of disease and distress. Within this changing environment, individuals charged with the management of laboratory animal facilities have a substantial responsibility to the institution, the public, and the animals.

Management of Laboratory Animals Care and Use Programs provides both factual and theoretical information drawn from the substantial experience of authors who are noted experts in the field. This book will provide individuals with the basic knowledge and information necessary to meet typical professional challenges. A co-publication with the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science, this valuable book serves as the text for the Certified Manager Animal Resources (CMAR) exam.

Contents

People: A Most Valuable Resource; Kristina Stephens

Education and Training Programs; Bruce Kennedy

Personal Leadership Skills; Fred Douglas and Dennis Miller

Professional Ethics; Jan Wyrick Gnadt and Stuart Leland

Animal Health and Medicine; Mark A. Suckow and Brent Martin

Regulatory Compliance; Janet C. Gonder

Quality Management; Robert E. Mueller

Standard Operating Procedures and Policies; Steven Kuhlman

Physical Plant; Gail Heidbrink

Fiscal Management; James A. Alford

Grants and Contracts; Howard G. Rush

Utilization of Information Technology; Farol Tomson

Hazard and Risk Management; Christian E. Newcomer

Disaster Management; Catherine M. Vogelweid

Facility Security; DeWayne Walker

Public Relations; Lynn Anderson, Jacqueline Calnan, and Janet Skidmore

Name: Management of Laboratory Animal Care and Use Programs (Hardback)CRC Press 
Description: Edited by Mark A. Suckow, Fred A. Douglas, Robert H. WeichbrodContributors: Christian Newcomer, Farol Tomson, Howard G. Rush, U. Kristina Stephens, Lynn C. Anderson, Jan Wyrick Gnadt, DeWayne H. Walker, Catherine M. Vogelweid, Robert E. Mueller, James A. Alford, Janet C. Gonder, Gail Heidbrink, Bruce W. Kennedy, Steven M. Kuhlman, Brent J. Martin, Patricia Ward, Mary Freer, Janet Skidmore, Jacquie Calnan, Stuart Leland, Dennis B. Miller. The management of biomedical research using animals has become increasingly complex due to new technology, increased regulatory oversight, and recognition of the need for animals free of disease and distress. Within this changing environment, individuals...
Categories: Laboratory Animal Science, Toxicology, Animal Physiology