Guide to 3Rs and Responsible animal research
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Owner/Developer: Imperial College London-Responsible Animal Research (ICL)
|Description:||This short course will provide a practical guide to meeting the college’s and funder’s expectations with regards animal welfare, implementation of the 3Rs principles of humane experimental technique and standards of contemporary good practice. Content will be discussed in the context of statistics on animal use, public engagement and trends in public opinion, the culture of scientific research in the UK, the research framework, and initiatives to improve experimental design, planning and research reporting standards.|
Optional / Voluntary
This course will be of interest to bioscience researchers at any stage of their career whose research projects involve the use of animals and/or animal derived material. It is open to personal and project license holders, as well as researchers whose animal use is not regulated under ASPA.
University (Master), University (Doctoral education), Postdoctoral (teaching and research), Continuing Professional Development
Refinement, Reduction, Replacement
Models of animals (e.g. mannequins, simulators, cadavers), Carrying out procedures on animals, Designing procedures and projects, Taking care of animals, Computational methods, In vitro methods, Ethics, Legislative aspects
Full coverage (a dedicated course)
No species is addressed specifically
Participants will leave the course with a contemporary understanding of good practice as it relates to the responsible use of animals in bioscience research, and an awareness of the tools and resources that are freely available to support improvements in research practices. Application of this will enhance the reliability and reproducibility of studies involving the use of animals, or animal derived material, thus ensuring that the benefits of the research are maximized, and harms minimized.
|Accreditation body and/or authority that approved the education or training:||
Imperial College Graduated School
1 CPD for PhD students
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