Date Formation:


Jeudi 21 mai 2020 à 15H heure de Paris


Date Limite d'inscription:


18/05/2020


Objectif:


This webinar will introduce systematic reviews and highlight how they can improve the reliability, reporting quality and 3Rs impact of animal research. It will be presented by Dr Emily Sena from the CAMARADES group at the University of Edinburgh and Dr Nathalie Percie du Sert from the NC3Rs.


Public:


The target audience is in vivo researchers or students with limited or no experience of systematic reviews.


Lieu:


At Home (Webinar)


Contacts/Informations:


Pour s'inscrire

https://ukri.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_BHCLGywbQOmv0S-ZSEjYjQ?utm_campaign=May+2020+webinars&utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery

This 1h webinar will be presented by Dr Emily Sena (CAMARADES, University of Edinburgh) and Dr Nathalie Percie du Sert (NC3Rs).

Topics covered will include:
- Overview of a systematic review of animal studies
- Type of research questions that can be addressed
- Steps included in a systematic review and tools available to assist researchers
- 3Rs benefits of systematic reviews
- Role in improving the reliability and reporting quality of animal research

The NC3Rs' event policy can be found here: https://nc3rs.org.uk/sites/default/files/PolicyonattendanceatNC3Rsevents.pdf