A New Approach to Regulating the Use of Animals in Science
Bioethics. 1990 Jan; 4(1): 45-54.
Anderson was a member of the writing group for the recent revision of Australia's national Code of Practice for the use of animals in scientific research. Here he outlines the major features of the Code. These deal with animal experimentation ethics committees, with levels of pain and distress in subjects, with standards of care, and with the delineation of responsibilities among researchers, institutions, ethics committees, and caretakers. Anderson also describes how the Code is updated, and discusses its legal status, scientists' concerns, and the Code's future. (KIE abstract)
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