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CPIA EXAM STUDY QUESTIONS WITH CORRECT DETAILED ANSWERS 2024 (VERIFIED ANSWERS) |ALREADY GRADED A+

CPIA EXAM STUDY QUESTIONS WITH CORRECT  DETAILED ANSWERS 2024 (VERIFIED ANSWERS)  |ALREADY GRADED A+

Which of the statements below about the responsibility and authority of the Institutional Official (IO)
is false?
A. The IO must have authority to commit institutional resources in support of the animal care and
use program.
B. The IO must be the institution's Chief Executive Officer or some appointed by him with authority
to fund resources.
C. The IO may reinstate an animal activity that was previously suspended by the IACUC.
D. The IO may suspend an animal activity that was previously approved by the IACUC. -
<>C. The IO may reinstate an animal activity that was previously suspended by the
IACUC.
With regard to conducting official IACUC business, the definition of a quorum is:
A. More than fifty percent (a majority) of voting members.
B. Fifty percent of voting and non-voting members combined.
C. More than fifty percent (a majority) of voting and non-voting members combined.
D. Fifty percent of the voting members. - <>A. More than fifty percent (a majority) of
voting members
The proper sequence for a designated member review by the IACUC is:
A. Review materials are sent to all voting members, full committee review is not requested by any
member, the chairperson assigns one or more IACUC members as designated reviewers.
B. Review materials are sent to a quorum of designated reviewers, review results are solicited from
designated reviewers, full committee approval of results is requested.
C. Review materials are sent to all voting members, a majority of members do not request full
committee review, the chairperson assigns one or more IACUC members as designated reviewers.
D. Review materials are sent to a quorum of voting members, a majority of a quorum does not
request full committee review, the chairperson assigns one or more IACUC members as designated
reviewers. - <>A. Review materials are sent to all voting members, full committee
review is not requested by any member, the chairperson assigns one or more IACUC members as
designated reviewers.
Notifying investigators of IACUC protocol review outcomes in writing is:
A. A common courtesy not required by regulatory authorities.
B. Allowed by the USDA Animal Welfare Act Regulations and PHS Policy only after the minutes have
been prepared and approved by the IACUC during a convened meeting.
C. Required by both the USDA Animal Welfare Act Regulations and PHS Policy.
D. Allowed by the USDA Animal Welfare Act Regulations and PHS Policy only after the IO is notified
of the review outcome. - <>C. Required by both the USDA Animal Welfare Act
Regulations and PHS Policy.
According to the Animal Welfare Act Regulations of the USDA, when conducting a semi-annual
evaluation, the IACUC must conduct the evaluation:
A. With at le

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