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Ensuring ethical animal welfare research: are more ethics review committees the solution?

By B. L. Nielsen, H. D. R. Golledge, JenYun Chou, I. Camerlink, P. Pongracz, M. C. Ceballos, A. L. Whittaker, I. A. S. Olsson

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Abstract

The article discusses ways to ensure ethical animal welfare research, and suggests that more committees should improve accessibility, but other factors need to be considered as well. The article emphasizes that animal welfare researchers must think about the ethical aspects of their work from the outset, and better training of committee members is needed to improve the quality and consistency of reviews. There is a need to call for more awareness among editors and reviewers of differences between jurisdictions, and encourages the ethical considerations behind a study to be explained and included in scientific articles, especially when ethics review was not obtained or waived.

Publication Title Peer Community Journal
Volume 3
Issue e73
DOI 10.24072/pcjournal.310
Additional Language English
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  1. Animals
  2. Animal welfare
  3. Anthrozoology
  4. Ethics
  5. Humans
  6. Mammals
  7. Men
  8. open access
  9. Primates
  10. Research
  11. researchers
  12. training
  13. vertebrates
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