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Title: Cephalopod biology and care, a COST FA1301 (CephsInAction) training school: anaesthesia and scientific procedures
Authors: Lopes, Vanessa M.
Sampaio, Eduardo
Roumbedakis, Katina
Tanaka, Nobuaki K.
Carulla, Lucía
Gambús, Guillermo
Woo, Theodosia
Martins, Catarina P. P.
Penicaud, Virginie
Gibbings, Colette
Eberle, Jessica
Tedesco, Perla
Fernández, I.
Rodríguez González, Tania Maria
Imperadore, Pamela
Ponte, Giovanna
Fiorito, Graziano
UNESCO Clasification: 2401 Biología animal (zoología)
Keywords: Directive 2010/63/EU
Cephalopods
COST Action FA1301
Training and education
Issue Date: 2017
Journal: Invertebrate Neuroscience 
Abstract: Cephalopods are the sole invertebrates included in the list of regulated species following the Directive 2010/63/EU. According to the Directive, achieving competence through adequate training is a requisite for people having a role in the different functions (article 23) as such carrying out procedures on animals, designing procedures and projects, taking care of animals, killing animals. Cephalopod Biology and Care Training Program is specifically designed to comply with the requirements of the ``working document on the development of a common education and training framework to fulfil the requirements under the Directive 2010/63/EU''. The training event occurred at the ICM- CSIC in Barcelona (Spain) where people coming from Europe, America and Asia were instructed on how to cope with regulations for the use of cephalopod molluscs for scientific purposes. The training encompasses discussion on the guidelines for the use and care of animals and their welfare with particular reference to procedures that may be of interest for neuroscience. Intensive discussion has been carried out during the training sessions with focus on behavioural studies and paradigms, welfare assessment, levels of severity of scientific procedures, animal care, handling, transport, individual identification and marking, substance administration, anaesthesia, analgesia and humane killing.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/35484
ISSN: 1354-2516
DOI: 10.1007/s10158-017-0200-4
Source: Invertebrate Neuroscience [ISSN 1354-2516], v. 17 (3)
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