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Letter to the editor - round table unites to tackle culture change in an effort to improve animal research reporting

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  • Nicola J Osborne
  • Merel Ritskes-Hoitinga
  • Amrita Ahluwahlia
  • Sabina Alam
  • Matthew Brown
  • Hayley Henderson
  • Wim de Leeuw
  • Joan Marsh
  • David Moher
  • Erica van Oort
  • Frances Rawle
  • Beat M Riederer
  • Jose Sanchez-Morgado
  • Caroline Struthers
  • Matthew Westmore
  • Marc T Avey
  • Rony Kalman
  • Annette O'Connor
  • Jan Sargeant
  • Anja Petrie
  • Adrian Smith

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)314
JournalBMC Veterinary Research
Volume13
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 7 Nov 2017

Abstract

A round table discussion was held during the LAVA-ESLAV-ECLAM conference on Reproducibility of Animal Studies on the 25th of September 2017 in Edinburgh. The aim of the round table was to discuss how to enhance the rate at which the quality of reporting animal research can be improved. This signed statement acknowledges the efforts that participant organizations have made towards improving the reporting of animal studies and confirms an ongoing commitment to drive further improvements, calling upon both academics and laboratory animal veterinarians to help make this cultural change.

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