CCAC guidelines: Identification of scientific endpoints, humane intervention points, and cumulative endpoints
|Category:||Procedures - Miscellaneous (3R Guide) - Ethics & harm-benefit analysis|
The Canadian Council on Animal Care (CCAC) has published guidelines entitled Identification of scientific endpoints, humane intervention points, and cumulative endpoints.
This guidelines document, along with its associated frequently asked questions, is part of a series of general guidelines documents that outline principles for the ethical care and use of all animals in science. The CCAC has also produced a number of species-specific guidelines.
This document provides information for investigators, study directors, instructors, animal care committees, facility managers, veterinarians, and animal care personnel to help facilitate improvements in both the care given to animals, and how experimental procedures are carried out. It is based on expert peer advice and current interpretation of scientific evidence and has received extensive peer review.
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