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A video resource for introductory training on the 3Rs aimed at in vivo researchers and animal technicians.

Cover slide for the 3Rs training webinar. The title of the talk is seen in white text on a blue background - The 3Rs: Their definition, application and importance to your work.
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How to recognise and prevent pain, suffering and distress in laboratory animals.

A screenshot of an e-learning module activity, with a photo of a white rat labelled with green "i" buttons to indicate where trainees can click for more information. A label reads "Body posture: the posture is normal".
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Principles and techniques for humane killing of laboratory animals.

Mice in a cage with a pipe connected to it, to be used for euthanasia.
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Post-operative pain relief for laboratory animals, including selecting and using analgesics.

A close up of an animal being injected with analgesia
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Recognising pain and assessing its severity in laboratory animals following surgery.

Screenshot of the EU 21-8 training module, featuring a mouse on a gloved hand