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  1. Textbooks 3 items
    1. Textbooks essential 1 item
    2. Textbooks background 2 items
      1. The UFAW handbook on the care and management of laboratory and other research animals - R. Hubrecht, James K. Kirkwood, Universities Federation for Animal Welfare 2010 (electronic resource)

        Book Background

      2. The welfare of animals used in research: practice and ethics - R. Hubrecht, Universities Federation for Animal Welfare 2014

        Book Background

  2. Week 1: Global Laboratory Animal Use 3 items
  3. Scientific animal use 10 items
    1. Introduction 1 item
    2. regulatory standards 9 items
      1. Animal Research in Medical Sciences: Seeking a Convergence of Science, Medicine, and Animal Law - Pippin, J. Pippin 2013

        Article Essential Read:II. The Law As Applied To Animal Research pp.470-474

      2. Enhancing the protection of animals used for scientific purposes - J. Sellick March 2011

        Article Recommended Scroll down to Journal of Animal Welfare Law March 2011 and click Download.

  4. Alternatives to scientific animal use 17 items
    1. The 3Rs and additional Rs 11 items
      1. Reading essential 3 items
      2. Reading recommended 1 item
      3. Reading background 7 items
        1. Environmental Enrichment for Laboratory Rodents - E. Hutchinson, A. Avery, S. VandeWoude 01/01/2005

          Article Background

        2. Guide for the care and use of laboratory animals - J.C. Garber, R.W. Barbee, J.T. Bielitzki, L.A. Clayton c2011

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    2. Reporting of scientific animal use 6 items
      1. Reading essential 2 items
        1. Can Animal Models of Disease Reliably Inform Human Studies? - H. Bart van der Worp, David W. Howells, Emily S. Sena, Michelle J. Porritt 2010-3-30

          Article Essential

        2. Improving Bioscience Research Reporting: The ARRIVE Guidelines for Reporting Animal Research - Carol Kilkenny, William Browne, Innes Cuthill, Michael Emerson 03/02/2014

          Article Essential

      2. Reading recommended 1 item
        1. Publication Bias in Reports of Animal Stroke Studies Leads to Major Overstatement of Efficacy - Emily S. Sena, H. Bart van der Worp, Philip M. W. Bath, David W. Howells 2010-3-30

          Article Recommended

      3. Reading background 3 items
        1. Risk of Bias in Reports of In Vivo Research: A Focus for Improvement - Malcolm R. Macleod, Aaron Lawson McLean, Aikaterini Kyriakopoulou, Stylianos Serghiou 13/10/2015

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        2. Journal Editorial Policies, Animal Welfare, and the 3Rs - Nicola J. Osborne, Daisy Payne, Michael L. Newman 14/12/2009

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  5. Scientific animal use: ethical considerations 20 items
    1. The harms and benefits of invasive animal research 15 items
      1. Reading essential 4 items
      2. Reading recommended 2 items
      3. Reading background 9 items
        1. The ethical challenges of animal research - H.R. Ferdowsian, J.P. Gluck

          Article Background

        2. Genomic responses in mouse models poorly mimic human inflammatory diseases - Junhee Seok, H. Shaw Warren, Alex G. Cuenca, Michael N. Mindrinos 26/02/2013

          Article Background

        3. The ethics of research involving animals - Nuffield Council on Bioethics 2005

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    2. The use of non-human primates 3 items
      1. Reading recommended 1 item
      2. Reading background 2 items
    3. Animal ethics committees: are they fit for purpose? 2 items
      1. Reading recommended 1 item
        1. Analysis of Animal Research Ethics Committee Membership at American Institutions - Lawrence A. Hansen, Justin R. Goodman, Alka Chandna 22/02/2012

          Article Recommended

      2. Reading background 1 item
  6. Educational animal use and alternatives 16 items
    1. Educational animal use and alternatives 10 items
      1. Reading essential 2 items
      2. Reading recommended 5 items
        1. The use of animals in national high school student science fair projects in the United States - C. Miller-Spiegel 2004

          Article Recommended You will need to register with ATLA to access this and other articles. In this case, the downloaded pdf is quite long - the relevant article starts on page 20!

      3. Reading background 3 items
        1. Veterinary science student preferences for the source of dog cadavers used in anatomy teaching - C. Tiplader, S. Lloyd, J. Morton 2011

          Article Background To access the full article create a free account on ATLA

    2. Student conscientious objection to harmful animal use 3 items
      1. Reading essential 1 item
      2. Reading background 2 items
    3. Training of animal research staff 3 items
      1. Reading recommended 1 item
      2. Reading background 2 items