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Suggested Exercise
(~5 minutes)

Brainstorm the different stakeholders who would benefit from ARRIVE (Animal Research: Reporting of In Vivo Experiments) – a checklist of information to include in publications describing animal research. Start by reading the “Audience and benefits” section on the About page.

If you have some folks in mind, get ready to be their new best friend! Complete this form on the ARRIVE website and order a minimum of 5 pocket-sized ARRIVE cards to share with the researchers on your list.

When a study is missing methodological information from their published paper, what assumptions do you make about the study? How might you find missing methodological information?

Helpful Literature
Author(s)Percie du Sert et al.

Percie du Sert N, Hurst V, Ahluwalia A, Alam S, Avey MT, Baker M, Browne WJ, Clark A, Cuthill IC, Dirnagl U, Emerson M, Garner P, Holgate ST, Howells DW, Karp NA, Lazic SE, Lidster K, MacCallum CJ, Macleod M, Pearl EJ, Petersen O, Rawle F, Peynolds P, Rooney K, Sena ES, Silberberg SD, Steckler T and Wurbel H (2020). The ARRIVE guidelines 2.0: updated guidelines for reporting animal research. PLoS Biol. doi: 10.1371/journal.pbio.3000410