NAEAC publications

NAEAC has published a range of guidelines to help animal ethics committees and those using animals for research, testing and teaching.


Guidelines

Adequate Monitoring - NAEAC Guidelines for Animal Ethics Committees

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AECS’ use of teleconferencing to assess protocols - NAEAC Guidelines

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Application templates used by Animal Ethics Committees - NAEAC Guidelines

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Avoiding Duplication - NAEAC Guidelines

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Emergency Management - NAEAC Guidelines

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Formation and use of subcommittees by animal ethics committees - NAEAC guidelines

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Good Practice Guide for the use of animals in research, testing and teaching

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Guide for Lay Members of Animal Ethics Committees 2007 Lay Members

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Guide to the Preparation of Codes of Ethical Conduct

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Guidelines for the Welfare of Livestock from which Blood is Harvested for Commercial and Research Purposes

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Site Visit - NAEAC Guidelines

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Guidance

Policies

Commercial Cloning - NAEAC Policy

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Policy

Conflict of Interest - NAEAC Policy

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Interpretation of Scientific Community - NAEAC Policy

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Killing as a Manipulation - NAEAC Policy

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Production of Genetically Modified Animals - NAEAC Policy

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Providing Assistance to New Animal Ethics Committees - NAEAC Policy

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Which Animal Ethics Committees should Assume the Approval Role - NAEAC Policy

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Occasional papers

NAEAC also publishes occasional papers on topics of interest to the public and those involved in research, testing and teaching.

Paper 13 (February 2017): Animal models and drug discovery: How can we improve the outcome?

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Technical paper

Paper 12 (October 2015): The blind leading the blind: animal facility staff and researchers working together to reduce bias in animal research

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Technical paper

Paper 11 (September 2015): Use of animals in the registration of veterinary medicine products in New Zealand

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Technical paper

Paper 10 (February 2014): How to improve housing conditions of laboratory animals: The possibilities of environmental refinement

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Technical paper

Paper 9 (August 2012): Ensuring regulatory compliance in the use of animals in science in New Zealand – the review process

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Technical paper

Paper 8 (August 2012): Research on Vertebrate Pesticides and Traps: Do Wild Animals Benefit?

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Technical paper

Paper 7 (April 2011): Avoiding duplication of research involving animals

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Paper 6 (March 2011): Planning for refinement and reduction

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Paper 5 (October 2010): Monitoring methods for animal ethics committee

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Technical paper

Paper 4 (October 2009): Compliance monitoring: The University of Auckland approach

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Paper 3 (October 2009): Regulation of animal use in research, testing and teaching: Comparison of New Zealand and European legislation

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Paper 2 (April 2009): Regulation of animal use in research, testing and teaching in New Zealand – the black, the white and the grey

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Paper 1 (September 2008): Underreporting of the Three Rs deployment that occurs during the planning of protocols that precedes their submission to animal ethics committees

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