HRA has created Media Guidelines to assist on reporting on animal use in medical research. The purpose of the guidelines is to encourage informed and accurate reporting on the complex issue of animal use in biomedical research.
View HRA Media Reporting Guidelines
Watch an introductory video about the guidelines here
If you are a US-based media professional, you may find A Journalist’s Resource Guide to Reporting on Science, Health, and Medicine – Phoenix Zones Initiative a useful resource.
To request comment or an interview, please contact Rachel Smith, CEO HRA, at email@example.com or call 1800 486 263
Read HRA news stories here.
Recent news articles of interest are listed here.
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EU Commission Acts to Hasten Animal Testing Phase-Out
Australian universities and institutes pledge transparency on animal research
Australia launches animal research openness agreement – Research Professional News
Lab rats and science mice: Why are we using animals in research?
Pig kidney works in a donated body for over a month, a step toward animal-human transplants
As world shifts to non-animal testing CSIRO outlines opportunities for Australia
We won’t always have to use animals for medical research. Here’s what we can do instead
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Pig kidney works a record two months in donated body, raising hope for animal-human transplants
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