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Institution: Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO 80523
Course Title: Proper Care and Use of Laboratory Animals
Instructors: Bernard Rollin and Martha L. Kesel, 970-491-6315
Summary: An approach to ethical and practical issues that arise in the course of doing animal research. Topics include animal pain and distress, anesthesia, analgesia, euthanasia, surgical technique, and trying to justify animal research.
Status: Taught on an occasional basis.

Institution: Duquesne University, School for Leadership and Professional Advancement, Pittsburgh, PA
Course Title: Compassion Fatigue
Instructor: Kathleen Figley, [email protected]
: This course, designed especially for animal care and control professionals and other animal advocates, will provide students with the expertise to assess the signs and symptoms of compassion stress, and to utilize appropriate strategies to prevent compassion fatigue and its related stresses, traumas, and illnesses. Particular emphasis is placed on the animal care community, including volunteers and workers in community animal shelters and emergency animal shelters in a catastrophic environment.

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[This course is part of the Humane Leadership Bachelor's Degree Program offered in partnership between Duquesne University and Humane Society University; see for more information on the program and additional courses.]

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