Induction: Animal Ethics and Wellbeing Fundamentals
A half day course conducted by the Animal Ethics Committees of the University of Adelaide, University of South Australia, SA Pathology/CALHN and the Women's and Children's Health Network for staff, honours and postgraduate students from these collaborative institutions.
The broad object of the induction course is to draw attention to ethical questions that must be considered when scientific and teaching activities relating to the conditional use of animals are proposed. There is particular emphasis on the responsibilities involved and on the importance of compliance with the Australian code for the care and use of animals for scientific purposes 8th Edition 2013.
|Target Audience||Any Postgraduate Research Student required to obtain clearance to work with animals.|
|CaRST Credit||4 hour|
|Domain||C: Research Governance and Organisation|
|Mode of Delivery||Face to Face|
|Resources||Australian code for the care and use of animals for scientific purposes|
|Provider||Animal Ethics Committees of the University of Adelaide, University of South Australia, SA Pathology/CALHN and the Women's and Children's Health Network|
|Evidence of Completion||Workshop attendance certificates should be supplied to CaRST (Career and Research Skills Training)|
Animal Ethics Secretariat
2017 Course Dates
Friday 24 March 2017, 8.30am-1.00pm, Robson Lecture Theatre, Eleanor Harrald Building, The University of Adelaide, Frome RoadTraining dates, location and organiser changes annually. Updated information is made available at www.adelaide.edu.au/rb/oreci/animal/training when known.
|Booking||Book online via Ethics website|