CCAC National Workshop 2018 - Participants

Official banner of the CCAC National Workshop 2018

We hope you had a rewarding experience on May 5, 2018 in Québec City at the CCAC National Workshop 2018. This national event gives us the opportunity to connect with our extensive and diverse community, and we thank you for joining us. Your participation in this year's event contributed to the ongoing enhancement of animal ethics and care in Canadian science.

Until we meet again in Richmond, BC, for the CCAC National Workshop 2019, we invite you to revisit the session presentations from this year's workshop (available in PDF format), and access the photo gallery. Please use the username and password provided to you via email (if you did not receive your login credentials, please contact us at ).

Session Presentations

Attendees of the CCAC National Workshop 2018 can explore the session presentations further by viewing the PDFs of the presentations (where available).

PLEASE NOTE: All French presentations can be found on the French National Workshop page.

Breakout Sessions

Husbandry/Environmental Enrichment Strategies and Their Impact on Animal Welfare and Research Results
Dr. Joseph Garner, Stanford University

Wildlife Research and Teaching Have Evolved Over the Years; Have ACCs Kept Up?
Dr. Albrecht Schulte-Hostedde, Laurentian University

Animal Data
Dr. Philip Byrne, Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Zebrafish in Research — What's New?
Mr. John Batt, Dalhousie University

Three Rs – Innovative Strategies to Reduce and Replace Sentinel Animals
Dr. Lise Phaneuf, The Centre for Phenogenomics

Female Animals in Research: Implications for Animal Care and Ethics
Dr. Candace Miller, Canadian Institutes of Health Research

Pedagogical Merit – The CCAC Has a New Policy and New Implementation Tools. Let's Talk!
Dr. Jennifer Lapierre, University of Toronto

PREPARE Your Protocol – Reproducibility
Dr. Adrian Smith, NORECOPA

Workshop Photo Gallery

View the full workshop photo gallery.

Participants at the CCAC National Workshop 2018

Stay tuned for more information on our next National Workshop!