Veterinary advice and assistance
The ANU Veterinary Services team are available to discuss and check any concerns researchers may have. They may be contacted via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by phone:
- Emergency veterinary assistance (24/7 on call)
Ph: 612 51130
Reporting animal welfare concerns
Animal welfare concerns may arise when the humane and ethical treatment of animals is not upheld. This may occur in animal holding rooms, production rooms the laboratory or in the field, and may constitute a breach of the Australian Code of Practice for the Care and Use of Animals for Scientific Purposes (NHMRC, 2013).
Anyone concerned about the welfare of animals at the ANU should report their concerns to the ANU Animal Experimentation Ethics Committee (AEEC), via the Research Ethics Office: email email@example.com or phone 612 53427. Membership of the committee includes animal welfare and community representatives.
Urgent matters should be referred to the veterinarian on-call 24/7 on 6125 1130.
Please be assured that concerns raised are taken seriously and will be treated confidentially and sympathetically.
Raising concerns about ethics processes
Please contact one of the following: