JCU PROGRAM OF VETERINARY CARE
The following documents are in the draft form and are open for anybody to read, review and provide feedback. If you have any feedback on the documents below please email the Animal Ethics Officer or Animal Welfare Officer before the closing date.
|Document||Date posted||Closing Date|
|JCU AEC Training and Assessment of Competence Policy||16/11/2016||16/01/2017|
ANIMAL WELFARE ACT (NT)
and its REVISED TABLE FOR HUMANE KILLING
A reference for acceptable and humane research methods such as blood and sample collection, administration of substances, anaesthesia, humane killing, project planning, environmental enrichment and other methods to ensure wellbeing and minimise pain and distress in animals.
A reference guide for the use of some commonly encountered species of Australian native animals.
This document outlines the requirements for the use of genetically modified animals in research and teaching.
This document outlines the standards to be met, when using dogs in research or teaching.
The requirements for the use of cats in research and teaching.
The standards of care to be met when using non-human primates in research or teaching.
Requirements for the production of monoclonal antibodies in animals.
Queensland Biosecurity Animal Welfare and Ethics - The site of the Queensland animal research and teaching regulator
NHMRC Animal research ethics - Additional policy documents and guidelines for federally funded organisations
The Animal Ethics Infolink - NSW Department of Primary Industries resource and reference website
Northern Territory Animal Welfare Branch - Regulator for the scientific use of animals in the Territory
Western Australian Department of Agriculture and Food - Regulator for scientific use of animals in WA
NC3Rs National for the Replacement, refinement and Reduction of Animals in Research - A guide for methods to include the 3Rs in your research and teaching projects