How should we assess the severity of procedures in experimental animals and the impact of refinements? | Paul A Flecknell | May 20, 2020
From Rafael Frias on May 21st, 2020
By Professor (Emeritus) Paul A Flecknell, MA, VetMB, PhD, DECLAM, DLAS, DECVA, (Hon) DACLAM, FRSB, (Hon) FIAT, (Hon) FRCVS Newcastle University, and CEO of Flaire Learning Consultants, U.K. Paul has over 40 years of experience in the care and welfare of animals. He has authored numerous scientific publications, books and book chapters and has an international reputation in this field. He worked as Director of a multi-species research facility for over 30 years and has extensive experience in development and delivery of training and education in animal care and welfare. He has wide experience on advising on facility management and ethical issues. As head of the Pain and Animal Welfare Science (PAWS) group at Newcastle, he published over a 150 scientific papers, reviews and book chapters in the field of analgesia and anaesthesia of laboratory animals.