Overview This document details the process used by ATR Staff with an ATR Veterinary role to pick up an Animal Treatment Report (ATR) in eRAM. Important Information This activity should only be used when an entire new visit is being recorded. To edit the same visit, use the Update Current ATR Visit activity.
Breeding Sheets are used to track animals that were bred in a lab. PIs/Lab Personnel can request Breeding Sheets from an approved protocol’s workspace.
Overview Quick Cards are used for tracking animals that were not bred or ordered. PIs/Lab Personnel will usually request Quick Cards from an active USE form workspace (other than Shipping Form – Export). Quick Cards can also be requested from an approved protocol’s workspace.
Overview This document details the process used by ATR Staff with an ATR Veterinary role to resolve an Animal Treatment Report (ATR) in eRAM.
The Pocket Timecards page allows Facility Supervisors to view data and run reports related to pocket timekeeping.
Overview The Committee Reviewer Home workspace is the launch page for eRAM. From the Home workspace you can:
Overview This step-by-step provides instructions for participating in the Rodent Strains Shared List in eRAM, which aims to help sharing and collaboration of strains of mice and rats used in research on campus among PIs and U-M colleagues. Participation in the shared list is voluntary. Contact the Unit for Laboratory Animal Medicine (ULAM) at (734) 764-0277 or email [email protected] for questions about participating.
Overview When a Facility Inspection Deficiency Action is completed by the responsible individual, it must be reviewed by each of the assigned Facility Inspector Reviewer(s) in eRAM.
Overview The eResearch Animal Management (eRAM) system upgrade to 5.0 (framework version 9.0), effective May 22, 2021, brings a number of user interface changes and navigation improvements to the smartforms for projects including Applications/Protocols (PRO), Amendments (AME), Use Forms (USE), Controlled Substances (CSR), Action Items (ACT) and more. Note This overview depicts Animal Application/Protocol changes in the examples, unless otherwise noted.