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Responsible Care and Use of Laboratory Animals Course. Jointly Organized by SingHeatlh, Department of Experimental Surgery, SGH and SGH-IACUC . 4 August 2005 , (Thursday) 8.00 a.m. - 5.15 p.m. Clinical Skills Laboratory, Dept of Experimental Surgery, SGH

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Responsible Care and Use of Laboratory Animals Course

Jointly Organized by SingHeatlh, Department of Experimental Surgery, SGH and SGH-IACUC

4 August 2005, (Thursday)

8.00 a.m. - 5.15 p.m.

Clinical Skills Laboratory, Dept of Experimental Surgery, SGH

Course Fee (GST inclusive)- $157.50 (SingHealth Staff) $262.50 (non-SingHealth)

Introduction

This course is a regulatory requirement and meets the training guidelines of the National Advisory Committee for Laboratory Animal Research (NACLAR) in Singapore. The course addresses the needs of principal investigators, researchers, clinician scientists, medical technologists and all others involved in research procedures and training courses that require the use of animal models.

This is a comprehensive course that will impart the requisite knowledge and basic skills for using animals in research and training in a safe and humane manner and will allow participants to develop a better understanding of the procedures required. Successful completion of the course by PI and collaborators will be a pre-requisite for IACUC approval of research or training protocols utilizing animals.

The course is organised jointly by the SingHealth Research Secretariat, the Department of Experimental Surgery, SGH and SGH-IACUC. In view of the overwhelming response to past courses and in order to meet impending licensing requirements, please submit your application form as soon as possible.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank all those involved in organising this course and wish all participants an enjoyable and fruitful experience.

Dr Pierce Chow

Director, Department of Experimental Surgery

Chairman, SGH-IACUC

Registration Form (please fax completed form to 63213606)

Name: (Dr/Mr/Ms)_________________________________________ Institution: _____________________

Designation: ____________________________________ Dept ___________________________________

Contact no: _________________ (O) ________________________ (E-mail) MCR No. ________________

For enquiries, please contact:

Mr Robert NgTel: 63214937e-mail: gesnth@sgh.com.sg

Payment

Please make cheque payable to “SGH Pte Ltd” and send to: Dept of Experimental Surgery, Block 9, Level 3, SGHOutram Road, Singapore 169608. Attn: Mr Robert Ng

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Workshop Programme-16/06/05

  • 1220 - 1330 pm LUNCH
  • 1330 - 1350 pm Functional Design of Animal Facility Mr Robert Ng
  • 1350 - 1430 pm
  • Demonstration on Big Animal Model- Pig [Video]
  • (Bryan Ogden, Song In Chin, Irene Kee, Angela Goh, Kiong Chin Yong)
  • - Blood Collection Sites
    • - Set up of Parental Drip
    • - Set up of Vital Signs Monitoring
    • - Surgical Scrubbing and Draping
    • - Principles of Sterile Technique
  • 1430 - 1700 pm
  • Demonstration/Hands on Exercises on Small Animal Models (Bryan Ogden, Song In Chin, Irene Kee, Angela Goh, Kiong Chin Yong, Robert Ng)
  • Mouse
  • - Picking up, sexing, restraining
  • - Gavaging (demo only)
    • - Injection routes (subcutaneous, intraperitoneal)
    • - Inhalant Anesthesia (demo only)
    • - Blood Collection (tail vein, retro-orbital, tibial)
    • - Euthanasia (CO2, cervical dislocation or IP)
    • - Necropsy
  • Rat
  • - Picking up, sexing, restraining
  • - Gavaging (demo only)
    • - Injection routes (subcutaneous, intramuscular, intraperitoneal)
    • - Inhalant Anesthesia (demo only)
    • - Blood Collection (tail vein catheterization, retro-orbital, tibial)
    • - Euthanasia (CO2, saphenous vein or IP)
    • - Necropsy
  • 1700 - 1715 pm
  • Closing Address and Certificate Presentation

0800 - 0820 am: Registration

0820 - 0830 am Opening AddressProf Malcolm Paterson Chairman, Division of Research

0830 - 0850 am Institutional Animal Care and Use

Committee (IACUC)Dr Pierce Chow

0850 - 0910 am Laws, Regulations and Guidelines for

Biomedical ResearchMs Kuah Boon Theng

0910 - 0930 am Responsibilities of Principal Investigators and Research Protocol EvaluationDr Ong Hock Soo

0930 - 0950 am Radiation Safety in Animal FacilityMr S. Somanesan

0950 - 1020 am MORNING TEA

1020 - 1040 am The 3Rs and Research VariablesDr Bryan Ogden

1040 - 1100 am Occupational Health & SafetyMr Wan Mustaffa

1100 - 1120 am Use of Statistics as Determinant for Number of Animals to be used

Dr Li Huihua

1120 - 1140 am Zoonotic Diseases in Laboratory AnimalsDr Bryan Ogden

1140 - 1200 pm Animal Anaesthesia and Pain ManagementDr Jason So Villano

1200 - 1220 pm Animal Handling and Blood CollectionDr Bryan Ogden