FREE Responsible Research webinar series

To support the bioscience research community to keep skills and knowledge of best practice up to date, we provide FREE monthly LIVE webinars on Responsible Research topics.

Recordings of all our past webinars are freely available on demand (with handouts to download if applicable) and include:

All webinars in this series are FREE, but registration is required.

In the event that you register for, but are then unable to attend our live webinars please do not worry! Within 24 hours you will be emailed a link to the session recording to view at a time to suit you.

All ON DEMAND content is also accessible via our Responsible Research Video Channel, or using the View Now links below.

 

If you wish to receive our weekly email updates announcing future LIVE webinar and training events, please let us know using our CONTACT US form, or email: info@responsibleresearchinpractice.co.uk.

 

FREE Responsible Research Webinar Series

 

 

Title Start Time Total Duration Register
Introduction to Responsible Research 101 On Demand 1 hour
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How to plan animal studies well On Demand 1 hour
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How to write research rigorously On Demand 1 hour View Now
Improving the reproducibility of cell line research On Demand 1 hour View Now
Guide to responsible animal research On Demand 1 hour
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Guide to managing the responsible use of animal material in research On Demand 1 hour View Now 
Assessing the translational value of preclinical animal research On Demand 1 hour View Now 
Guide to identifying alternative non-animal methods from the scientific literature On Demand 1 hour View Now 
Statistical guide to developing robust preclinical in vitro and in vivo assays On Demand 1 hour View Now
Returing to animal research: Guide to managing post-pandemic experimental variables – Wednesday 23rd June 10am 1 hour To Book
How to perform a systematic review in biomedical research; lessons to improve reproducibility and rigour – Friday 9th July 10am 1 hour To Book
Guide to protocol registration for preclinical animal studies – Wednesday 15th September 10am 1 hour To Book
Guide to the validity of animal behavioural models – Wednesday 6th October 10am 1 hour To Book