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6th World Congress on Alternatives & Animal Use in the Life Sciences
-Review progress made toward the 3Rs-

Vol.14, Special Issue
March 31, 2008

Page 1-177
 Page 179-327
 Page 329-507
 Page 509-668
 Page 669-809

Page 179-327

  1. Japanese concept and government policy on animal welfare and animal experiments
    K. Shoji, 179-181.
  2. Guidelines for proper conduct of animal experiments by the Science Council of Japan
    H. Karaki, 183-188.
  3. Research animals for scientific purposes in Thailand: Ethics & policies
    P. Kunjara and P. Chatikavanij, 189-191.
  4. Public participation in decisions relating to the use of animals for scientific purposes: A review of 20 years experience in Australia
    M. Rose, L. Chave and P. Johnson, 193-196.
  5. Public participation in informed decision-making on animal use in Canada
    C. Gauthier and G. Griffin, 197-201.
  6. AALAS resources and programs supporting the 3R's and humane concepts in animal research
    N. E. Duffee and A. T. Turner, 203-206.
  7. Is it possible to meet the learning objectives of undergraduate pharmacology classes with non-animal models?
    D. Dewhurst, 207-212.
  8. Humane teaching methods prove efficacious within veterinary and other biomedical education
    A. Knight, 213-220.
  9. Role of simulator in surgical blood pressure
    N. C. Chandrakant, P. S. Dattatray and S. Sanjay, 221-223.
  10. Outreach, alternatives awareness and replacement in Russia
    E. Maroueva and N. Jukes, 225-228.
  11. Three Rs in the research and education system of Pakistan: Perspectives and possibilities
    H. Zaneb and C. Stanek, 229-233.
  12. A prototype software to sensitize medical undergraduate students to animal research methodology
    R. Raveendran, 235-237.
  13. A new model for developing computer-based alternatives to using animals in tertiary education
    D. Dewhurst, S. Cromar and R. Ellaway, 239-242.
  14. BioSafaris: A rationale for educational software on human biology and health in pre-college as an alternative to dissection
    L. A. Hart, M. W. Wood, D. Wiley, B. Hamann, M. Molinaro, S. Meyers, F. T. Stevenson and W. A. Storm, 243-248.
  15. From policy to practice: Illustrating the viability of full replacement
    S. Martinsen and N. Jukes, 249-252.
  16. Education and training system in Japanese research laboratories in a global pharmaceutical company
    M. Suzuki, 253-256.
  17. Future alternatives in "3Rs": Learning from history
    T. Inoue and Y. Kodama, 257-260.
  18. The effect of the Middle East conflict on the use of animals in training, research and testing in Israel
    T. Lousky, 261-264.
  19. Ethically sourced animal cadavers and tissue: Considerations for education and training
    S. Martinsen and N. Jukes, 265-268.
  20. Training the animal doctor: Caring as a clinical skill
    S. Martinsen, 269-272.
  21. Guidelines for the development of student choice policies regarding dissection in colleges and universities: An ethnographic analysis of faculty and student concerns
    L. Ducceschi, L. A. Hart and N. Green, 273-276.
  22. Facilitating replacement through access to and training in alternatives
    M. Percic, N. Jukes and E. Maroueva, 277-279.
  23. InterNICHE Humane Education Award: Assessing the international impact
    N. Jukes and S. Martinsen, 281-283.
  24. E-Learning - A new tool for the education of young scientists in the humane treatment of experimental animals: A contribution to the 3R
    N. Steinberg, E. von Keutz, J. Weiss, G. Heldmaier and C. Exner, 285-289.
  25. Three's a crowd: The 1R of replacement for education and training
    N. Jukes and S. Martinsen, 291-293.
  26. CAAT and Altweb: Making 3Rs information and resources available around the world
    C. J. Howard, 295-297.
  27. ANZCCART and our strategies for sharing information
    G. W. Dandie, 299-301.
  28. Selecting appropriate animal models and strains: Making the best use of research, information and outreach
    M. W. Wood and L. A. Hart, 303-306.
  29. Refinement in the literature: Searching for environmental enrichment
    K. M. Adams, 307-312.
  30. Web 2.0 and alternatives
    M. M. Hughes, 313-315.
  31. Japanese regulation of laboratory animal care with 3Rs
    T. M. Kurosawa, 317-321.
  32. Adopting alternative methods for regulatory testing in Canada
    A. Guy, C. Gauthier and G. Griffin, 323-327.

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