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  • Dewhurst D. Is it possible to meet the learning objectives of undergraduate pharmacology classes with non-animal models?. AATEX 2008;14(Special Issue):207-212
  • Dewhurst D. Interactive, computer-based alternatives to using animals in university teaching. ALTEX. 2005;23(Special Issue):54-57
  • Dewhurst D. Computer-based alternatives in higher education--past, present and future. ALTEX. 2006;23(3):197-201
  • Dewhurst D. Computer-based alternatives to using animals in teaching physiology and pharmacology to undergraduate students. ATLA. 2004;32 Suppl 1:517-520
  • Dewhurst D. How can we encourage teachers to use computer-based alternatives: the UK higher education experience. ATLA. 2004;32 Suppl 1:565-567
  • Dewhurst D. Is animal free teaching in the life sciences better teaching? . Paper presented at: The Three Rs - Together it's possible. 8th World Congress on Alternatives and Animal Use in the Life Sciences; 2011 Aug 21-25; Montreal, Canada
  • Dewhurst D and Hemmi A. A survey of animal use and alternatives in higher education in Europe. Paper presented at: The Three Rs - Together it's possible. 8th World Congress on Alternatives and Animal Use in the Life Sciences; 2011 Aug 21-25; Montreal, Canada
  • Dewhurst D, Cromar S, Ellaway R. A new model for developing computer-based alternatives to using animals in tertiary education. AATEX 2008;14(Special Issue):239-242
  • Dewhurst D, Cromar S, Ellaway R. RECAL: Creating computer-based alternatives using a sustainable learning objects approach. ALTEX. 2006;23(Special Issue):54-57
  • Dewhurst D, Cromar S, Ellaway R. RECAL: A Sustainable Learning Objects Approach to Creating Computer-Based Alternatives. Paper presented at: Alternatives in the Mainstream: Innovations in Life Science Education and Training. 2nd InterNICHE Conference; 2005 May 12-15; Oslo, Norway
  • Dewhurst DG, Brown GJ, Meehan AS. Microcomputer simulations of laboratory experiments in physiology. Alternatives to Laboratory Animals.1988;15:280-9
  • Dewhurst DG, Brown GJ, Meehan AS. Computer simulations - an alternative to the use of animals in teaching. Journal of Biological Education.1988;22:19-22
  • Dewhurst DG, Hardcastle J, Hardcastle P, Williams A. An interactive computer simulation of experiments to teach the principles of nutrient transport in the small intestine. Alternatives to Laboratory Animals: ATLA .1992;20:529-535
  • Dewhurst DG, Hardcastle J, Hardcastle PT, Stuart E. Comparison of a computer simulation program and a traditional laboratory practical class for teaching the principles of intestinal absorption. American Journal of Physiology.1994;12(1): 95-104
  • Dewhurst DG, Howells C. A computer simulation of the cat nictitating membrane preparation (in vivo) for teaching undergraduate pharmacology students. Alternatives to Laboratory Animals: ATLA. 1990;17:291-300
  • Dewhurst DG, Jenkinson L. The impact of computer-based alternatives on the use of animals in undergraduate teaching. ATLA.1995;23:521-530
  • Dewhurst DG, Kojic ZZ. Replacing animal use in physiology and pharmacology teaching in selected universities in Eastern Europe--charting a way forward. Altern Lab Anim. 2011 Mar;39(1):15-22
  • Dewhurst DG, Meehan AS. Evaluation of the use of computer simulations of experiments in teaching undergraduate students. Br J Pharmacol. 1993;108(suppl.): 238P