RSS Feeds Available
Includes information on general activities, such as new courses, seminars, regional fora, distance learning courses and annual conferences. It also shows information on new competitions, publications, recruitment opportunities and various other topics.
Regulatory news and Updates from the Animal Health Committee
Regulatory news and Updates from the Computing Committee
Regulatory news and Updates from the GCP Committee
Regulatory news and Updates from the GLP Committee
Regulatory news and Updates from the GMP Committee
Regulatory news and Updates from the GPvP Committee
Regulatory news and Updates from the Medical Devices Committee
Non Members are welcome to sign up for the RSS Feeds, however, please note that Non Members signing up for an RSS feed from a committee will not be able to view content within the 'Members Only' areas unless they join the Association. For more information on Membership, please.
Members may need to log in and refresh their webpage when clicking on a Members Only link from a RSS feed, if they are not already logged into the website.
What is a RSS Feed?
RSS feeds allow you to receive bulletins when the website has new, important information available. You can get the latest information from the Association and the various committees, as soon as it's published, without having to visit the website and search for content.
How to use the RSS Feeds
In general, the first thing you need is something called a news reader. This is a piece of software that checks the feeds and lets you read any information that has been added. There are many different versions, some of which are accessed using a browser, and some of which are downloadable applications. You can also 'push' your feeds through to your email client, so that feeds go directly into your inbox.
Once you have chosen a news reader, all you have to do is to decide which information you want it to receive and click the links above to subscribe to each feed.
Importing RSS Feeds into your mailbox: for information on Microsoft Outlook 2007 click here. For other email programmes we recommend searching in your 'help'area.
If you require any assistance with these RSS Feeds please email firstname.lastname@example.org