Train the Trainer: Good Science and Animal Welfare in Experimental Design
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Owner/Developer: Korea National Information Center for the 3Rs (KNIC3Rs)
20 September 2012
RSPCA International, UK
The Korea National Information Center for the 3Rs was established in August 2011, to enhance humane science and animal welfare in Korea. It is a national Three Rs platform, with the goal of exchanging knowledge and sharing examples of best practice, in order to help replace laboratory animal use in education and training. This paper briefly summarises the progress made and the challenges that have become apparent during the initial operation of the collaborative project. There is a need to recognise and manage the challenges resulting from policy changes, especially misinterpretation of the objectives by the decision makers at the participating academic institutions and the government. The collective power of this type of collaborative project can be used to leverage an ongoing commitment to essentials such as consistent funding for operational and support staff, as well as allocation of the required space.
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Optional / Voluntary
Continuing Professional Development
Designing procedures and projects
Full coverage (a dedicated course)
No species is addressed specifically
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It is modified
from FRAME’s popular training schools in
Experimental Design and Statistical Analysis of
Biomedical Experiments (8), which aim to
provide research scientists with the tools they
need to minimise the number of animals they
use and maximise the data they obtain through
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