Resources produced by members of the International Culture of Care Network:
- The Culture of Care - a working concept. A one-page summary of the concept and essential factors, by Penny Hawkins and Maggy Jennings, endorsed by the Network.
- Communication and a Culture of Care: A two-page published by the Network in October 2018, based upon the results of a survey of communication between scientists and animal technologists and care staff. The document gives examples of such activities. It is designed to be inspirational rather than prescriptive.
Other publications by Network members:
- A summary sheet for AWERBs (Animal Welfare and Ethical Review Bodies) with advice on how to promote a culture of care, with a comprehensive reference list of resources. Produced by the Animals in Science Department at the RSPCA.
- Bertelsen T & Hawkins P (2020): A Culture of Care. In: Animal-Centric Care and Management. Eds. DB Sørensen, S Cloutier & B Gaskill.
- Hawkins P & Bertelsen T (2019): 3Rs-Related and Objective Indicators to Help Assess the Culture of Care. Animals, November 2019.
- How effectively are Animal Welfare Bodies (AWBs) driving the Culture of Care, as set out in the EC working document on AWBs and national committees? A summary of the discussions of a Network meeting in Prague, June 2019
- Ethics, Animal Welfare and the 3Rs: An Effective Culture of Care. A presentation by Adrian Smith at the ESLAV Summer School, Stockholm, June 2018
- Measuring Culture of Care. A presentation by Thomas Bertelsen at the 10th World Congress on Alternatives and Animal Use in the Life Sciences, Seattle, August 2017
- Boden T & Hawkins P (2016): Communicating the Culture of Care - how to win friends and influence people. Animal Technology and Welfare 15(3):151-156.
- EU Commission Guidance Document on Animal Welfare Bodies and National Committees (pages 16-18)
- Tremoleda JL & Kerton A (2021): Teaching a culture of care: Why it matters. Rev. Bio. y Der. 51: 43-60.
- Robinson S et al. (2020): The European Federation of the Pharmaceutical Industry and Associations’ Research and Animal Welfare Group: Assessing and benchmarking ‘Culture of Care’ in the context of using animals for scientific purpose.
- Brown MJ et al. (2017) Developing a Collaborative Culture of Caring. In Management of Animal Use and Care Programs in Research, Education and Testing
- Narver HL et al. (2017): Tributes for animals and the dedicated people entrusted with their care: a practical how-to guide
- Louhimies S (2015): Refinement facilitated by the Culture of Care. ALTEX Proceedings of the EUSAAT 2015-Linz 2005 Congress, 20-23 September, Linz, 4(2), 154.
- Brown M (2014): Creating a Culture of Care.
- Klein HJ & Bayne KA (2007): Establishing a Culture of Care, Conscience, and Responsibility: Addressing the Improvement of Scientific Discovery and Animal Welfare Through Science-Based Performance Standards ILAR Journal, 43(1), 3-11.
- National Animal Ethics Advisory Committee of New Zealand (2002) A Culture of Care: A guide for people working with animals in research, testing and teaching
- Herzog H (2002): Ethical Aspects of Relationships Between Humans and Research Animals. ILAR Journal, 43, 27-32.
- ILAR Journal (2002): Implications of Human-Animal Interactions in the Laboratory. Volume 43, Issue 1.
- NHS (UK): The "Going Home Checklist"
- Federation of Veterinarians in Europe (2020): Ten Tips on Maintaining Mental Health. Written in connection with the COVID-19 pandemic.
- AALAS Training session: Compassion Fatigue: The Cost of Caring
- Posters about humane care from Charles River
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