3Rupdate - Module C Animal Systematic Reviews | Long workshop (3Rupdate - Module C Animal Systematic Reviews | Long workshop)
English, French, German
01 January 2017
Animalfree ResearchFoundation (AfR)
A curated collection of articles about publication issues of human research using organisms and cell models
primary relevant for Switzerland-based biomedical and pre-clinical researchers.
Connect the 3Rs (Reduce, Replace animal experimentation animal experimentation) and Open Science for
quality pre-clinical papers!
This collection of articles intend to feed animal experimentation political and scientific methods debates with
valuable information for researchers, academics, politicians, law makers and citizen challenging validity,
translation, replacement, refinement, reduction of animal experimentation in Swiss academic institutions.
Optional / Voluntary
Students, Researchers, Managers, Scientific officers / Project managers
University (Doctoral education), Postdoctoral (teaching and research), Continuing Professional Development
Legislative aspects, Other
Partial coverage (e.g. a module)
No species is addressed specifically
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2 hours lecture on Animal Systematic Reviews (SR) and Risk of Bias (RoB) assessment in connection with internal and external validity issues, followed by
Practice of Animal SR
Reconstruction on poster by group participants of time line experiment on 2 pre-selected articles by trainers.
Work on personal information need
RoB assessment on pre-selected article by participant on its own research topic.
At the end of long Module C, the participant
efficiently builds Pubmed search strings for Animal Systematic Review (SR) with Pubmed as first step of pre-clinical meta-analyses.
find Mesh terms [mh] to be combined with free terms [tiab] in search strings with Pubmed
write complex search string with text word editor use and replace fonction for Pubmed search builder
uses SYRCLE search components (SC)
SC2 Disease of interest/Health problem
SC3 Animal/Animal species/Population studied
evaluates Risk of Bias (RoB) of collected primary literature
exclusion and inclusion criteria of animals
specification of outcome variable
statistical analysis reported information.
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