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Introductory resources

We have collated these resources for educators to use when implementing the Curriculum for the use of research animals.

Handling and restraint (NC3Rs)

An introduction to handling and restraining laboratory rodents appropriately, including demonstration videos.

Education & Training Resources in In-Vivo Sciences (ETRIS)

The University of Leeds hosts resources for more experienced educators to aid in implementing the curriculum. Suggestions for how to use each resource in teaching are also included.

Recognition of Pain, Suffering and Distress (Charles River)

An interactive, free to use online course from Charles River eCampus.
 

Genetically altered mice (NC3Rs)

A collection of resources from the NC3Rs about approaches to reduce and refine the use of genetically altered mice.

Experimental design and statistics (NC3Rs)

This resource lists the key elements of a well-designed experiment.

ARRIVE Guidelines (NC3Rs)

Checklist of the essential information that should be included in publications reporting animal research.

Contact us

We are partnering with The Physiological Society to support educators and deliver additional resources for the use of research animals.