Care-full Stories

a brown mouse being held in a gloved hand by someone wearing a lab coat

Care-full Stories is an adaptable training toolkit for those working in the animal research sector. It uses fictionalized prompts as a resource for staging small group discussions around institutional cultures of care.

Workshops usually last between 2 and 3 hours, and seek to create a safe space for sharing experiences between those working in different roles in animal research. Participants welcome the chance to share their experience, to see their world from another’s perspective, and to recognize the importance of good communication in generating a supportive workplace culture.

You can read more about the development of care-full stories here or follow the link below to access the full set of training materials, including guidance for facilitators, suggested workshop introductions, and the different care-full stories scripts.

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