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How can I keep in touch with advances in animal welfare science?

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Last updated: 17 Oct, 2014
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RSPCA Australia produces an electronic newsletter called the Animal welfare science update which comes out four times a year.

The aim of the Animal welfare science update is to keep you informed of developments in animal welfare science relating to the work of the RSPCA. The update provides summaries of the most relevant scientific papers and reports received by the RSPCA Australia office in the past quarter.

You can request to be added to the mailing list for the update by sending an email to science@rspca.org.au. You can read past copies of the update on the RSPCA Australia website.

If you've recently had an article or book published that would be of interest to readers of the Update, please send us the reference so we can include it in the next issue. We like to encourage and promote animal welfare research whenever possible but don’t always get to see every relevant paper.


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