Animal Research Ethics: Essential Knowledge
*Expanded and Updated!
“Any use of animals for scientific purposes must be ethical, humane and responsible.” NHMRC, 2020
Animal research has a long history in health and medical research and is supported by various arguments including the ability to generate data that will be useful for treating disease in humans.
To prevent undue suffering, ethical considerations in animal studies are critical, and researchers, institutions, and animal ethics committees all play an important role in protecting the safety and welfare of animals involved in research.
Join us in this interactive workshop that explores the ethics of animal research.
The workshop is targeted towards research managers and ethics advisors and is also relevant to Animal Ethics Committee members.
At the completion of this session, you will be able to:
About the Facilitator
Dr Tim Dyke
Tim is a veterinarian and was previously a senior executive at the National Health and Medical Research Council, responsible for human and animal research ethics. He chaired the last NHMRC review of the Australian Code for the Care and Use of Animals for Scientific Purposes (2013).
Currently Tim chairs two animal ethics committees and is an executive coach at Leading Well Pty Ltd.
$550pp plus GST
Discounts apply for more groups of 10 or more.
2021 Virtual Workshop Dates
Tuesday, 7th September: 0900am – 1400pm AEST/AEDT
Need training on demand?
This session can also be conducted at your location for groups of 10 or more. Ask us about this today.
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