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Ethik in der Tiermedizin - Ethics in Veterinary Medicine
 
  1. Animal Ethics
    Monash University.
    Animal Ethics is a central point for information on animal care and use. Contents: FAQ; News; Overview of animal welfare; Reporting animal welfare concerns; Who needs EC approval?; The application process - step by step; Guidelines & policies list; The Application, Minor Amendment & Report Forms; Committee meeting dates & report deadlines; AEC secretariat resources; MU Animal Welfare Committee; Animal information resources.
     
  2. Animalearn - Animals, Ethics, & Education
    Animalearn is dedicated to assisting educators and students find where possible, non-animal methods to teach and study science. The site provides a guide to alternative resources that can be used instead of animals in the classroom for elementary, middle and high school, university, and vet and medical schools, and provides links to alternative resources, online resources, teacher resources, and articles by educators using alternatives.
     
  3. Australian and New Zealand Council for the Care of Animals in Research and Teaching - ANZCCART
    The primary role of ANZCCART shall be of an advisory nature. The terms of reference of ANZCCART shall be: To establish a national forum for effective communication between groups with concerns for the care and use of animals in research and teaching. To provide information and advice on optimal standards for the care and use of such animals. Priority is given to the establishment and development of an associated information resource unit.
     
  4. Using Animals in Science
    By ANZCCART(NZ) and Animal Welfare Science and Bioethics Centre at Massey University in New Zealand.
    This resource provides information about the use of animals in science, i.e. animal use in research, teaching and testing. It deals with why animals are used, how any harm done to animals is kept as low as it can be, what benefits arise from their use, and the importance of weighing any harm against the benefits when deciding whether or not to use animals. Also covered is the importance of ethical thinking in science and some ethical ideas which oppose or support the use of animals in science. Finally, the control of the scientific uses of animals in Australia is described.
     
 

 
   

 
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