Pigs

Urge the University of Toledo to End the Use of Animals for Emergency Medicine and Paramedic Training

Get Involved: If you are a member of the University of Toledo community and would like to find out how you can get directly involved in ending the animal lab, contact Christine at CKauffman@pcrm.org.

Please take a minute to ask top officials at the University of Toledo (UT) to replace the use of pigs in the school’s Emergency Skills Laboratory with validated human-based training methods. We have provided text for you, but if you decide to write your own message, please be polite and encouraging

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  • Kristopher R. Brickman, M.D., F.A.C.E.P.
    Chair, Department of Emergency Medicine

  • Christopher Cooper, M.D.
    Dean, College of Medicine and Life Sciences

  • Sharon Gaber, Ph.D.
    President, University of Toledo

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