CCAC National Workshop 2019 - Participants
We hope you had a rewarding experience at the CCAC National Workshop 2019. 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 Toronto for the CCAC National Workshop 2020, 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 ).
Attendees of the CCAC National Workshop 2019 can explore the session presentations further by viewing the PDFs of the presentations (where available).
How Do We Know What Animals Feel: The Science and the Challenges
Dr. Daniel Weary, University of British Columbia
Application of the Three Rs to Achieve a More Clinical Trial-Like Model Strengthens Translation and Improves Animal Well-Being
Dr. Melanie Graham, University of Minnesota
Pedagogical Merit Review: How's It Going?
Dr. Jennifer Lapierre, University of Toronto
Animal Welfare Assessment, Endpoints, Categories of Invasiveness
Dr. David Hanwell, University of Toronto
Changes to the Annual Animal Data Collection and Reporting Process
Mr. Rhain Louis, University of Toronto
Guidance on Air Quality
Dr. Badru Moloo, University Health Network
Three Welfare Risks in Aquatic Facilities That Should Alarm Animal Care Committee Members
Mr. John Batt, Dalhousie University
Replacement Alternatives in a 3rd Year Animal Physiology Lab Course: Using Invertebrates
Dr. Agnes Lacombe, University of British Columbia
Snails as a Replacement Alternative for Undergraduate Research in Biological Psychology
Dr. Karen Atkinson-Leadbeater, Mount Royal University
Benefits of Transparency
Dr. Helen M. Burt, University of British Columbia
Dr. Toni Bayans, University of Alberta
Replacement Alternatives in Teaching Workshop
Dr. Elisabeth Ormandy, Animals in Science Policy Institute