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Common Problems Identified during S econdary R eview of ACORPs. by Joan T. Richerson, DVM. S econdary Review of ACORPs. The reviewer can only evaluate the information provided; the reviewer is not clairvoyant. Goals: Secondary Review of ACORPs.

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Common problems identified during s econdary r eview of acorps

Common Problems Identified during Secondary Review of ACORPs

by

Joan T. Richerson, DVM


S econdary review of acorps
Secondary Review of ACORPs

The reviewer can only evaluate the information provided; the reviewer is not clairvoyant.


Goals secondary review of acorps
Goals: Secondary Review of ACORPs

  • Provide feedback that will help the IACUC prepare for auditing by internal and external regulators as well as inquires from the public.

  • Monitor quality of VA IACUC reviews across the nation.

  • Identify topics for increased training emphasis, assistance.


Acorp problems
ACORP Problems

Amendments with multiple documents; unclear what the amendment is.

PI marks fluid or tissue harvested post-mortem but describes ante-mortem collection.

Describing a human disease or condition that causes tremendous pain and distress but noted in ACORP to cause little if any pain to animal model of same disease.


Acorp problems continued
ACORP Problems continued

Category E procedures but inadequate scientific justification or no supporting literature citations for withholding pain- relieving drugs.

Inconsistency and conflicting information in the ACORP.


Training certificates
Training Certificates

Uploading too many training certificates.

Uploading expired training certificates

Uploading training certificates for persons not listed as participants.

Uploading training certificates with surname discrepancies.

Uploading training certificates for VA employees but not affiliate personnel receiving VA salary support.


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