Common Pitfalls in Experimental Design: Session 3 – Responsible Animal Research On-Demand Training
This is the 3rd session of the Responsible Animal Research training series, consisting of 4 on-demand sessions.
You choose – your training – your way…
Each session can be taken individually to refresh your knowledge & understanding of a specific aspect of best practice.
All 4 sessions can be completed in turn to gain a Responsible Animal Research Course certificate.
During Session 3 we discuss:
the 3V’s (construct, internal & external validity),
what makes a good hypothesis,
the PREPARE guidelines,
what to think about before designing your experiments including systematic reviews,
sources of bias & how to minimise their impact on your research,
defining the experimental unit,
approaches to maximise the signal to noise ratio, plus sample size,
common sources of variation & how to take them into account in your experimental design,
ARRIVE 2.0 for reporting animal studies.
Registration fee £50 per session. This session fee includes:
- 1 on-demand training session – to maximize your research design, reproducibility and impact;
- An individual activity with 1:1 feedback – to practice applying the learning outcomes and receive personal coaching from Dr Nikki Osborne;
- Copies of all session content and handouts – all material is accessible to download & keep so you can refer back to it whenever you wish;
- Invitation to join a private LinkedIn group – a community for information sharing, tools, resources and collaboration / discussion.
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CLICK HERE to start Session 3: Common Pitfalls in Experimental Design
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