Law & Ethics: Animals in Research

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This introduction to law and ethics training provides an induction to the local environment for people researching animals. It provides a background to legislation that may affect you and explains the roles, responsibilities and interactions of those working with animals. Further the information will help inform you as to what would make your work regulated. It helps identify the main aspects to cover for both non-licenced and licenced work.
Aims and objectives

To inform individuals where to go for guidance and who is responsible
To explain the different viewpoints on animal research
To make individuals aware of the 3Rs: reduction, refinement and replacement
To inform individuals as to what they needs to consider before commencing their projects
Period5 Oct 2016
Event typeWorkshop
LocationSt Andrews, United KingdomShow on map
Degree of RecognitionNational