A significant component of AMRRIC's work is education, capacity building and the sharing of knowledge. We have developed a range of outstanding resources to support our training workshop, school education programs and field programs.
Abstract: Convergence of regulatory objectives. Out of control, into compassion - Mark Kumpf, Montgomery Council Animal Resource Centre, US Recognizing that Animal Management & Animal Welfare...view resource
Abstact: Community partnership in animal management planning and practice - Ted Donelan, President AMRRIC The style of animal management has changed radically in the past decade, with much more...view resource
Abstract: Bringing law and culture together to meet the challenge of applying consistent principles to the management of animal care and control - Julia Hardaker, AMRRIC, CEO, Jan Allen, AMRRIC,...view resource
Abstract: Don’t you forget about me! Planning for animals in disasters. The Queensland experience - Mr Geoff Irwin, Coordinator Animal Management, Gold Coast City Council Animals form an integral...view resource
Abstract: Rabies in Australia: What would be the impact in our north - Michael Ward, University of Sydney, NSW, Salome Dürr, University of Sydney, NSW Rabies is a serious disease: following infection...view resource
Abstract: Dog health for the human doctor visiting Aboriginal communities: A review of the literature - Rosalie Schultz, Central Australia Remote Health Services As a doctor visiting remote...view resource