achieve your goals in research and research training
Ethical research and teaching with animals at UQ
|Start Date||Start - End Time||Venue||Places Taken|
|24/08/2021||10:30 AM - 12:30 PM||Building 67-145||3 of 40||Register|
Duration: 2 hours
Coordinator: Dr Karen Olave Encina
Presenter: Ms Karen Stewart
The Animal Ethics team is committed to assisting all UQ researchers and teaching staff achieve the highest quality research and teaching outcomes in compliance with the Australian code for the care and use of animals for scientific purposes.
In this session, the following topics related to the use of animals for scientific purposes will be discussed:
- What/Why/How: what is animal research, why is animal ethics approval required,
how do you obtain animal ethics approval
- Relevant legislation: Animal Care and Protection Act (2001), Australian code for care of
use of animals for scientific purposes (8th Edition)
- Background on the 3Rs
- Animal Ethics at UQ
- Common issues in applications.
There will also be opportunity for your questions or clarification in regards to the animal ethics at UQ, or Project specific questions.
This course will enable participants to:
- Familiarise themselves with the requirements to undertake responsible conduct of research
and teaching with animals
- Learn about the relevant legislation associated with animal research
- Build an understanding of the common issues with ethics applications.