Corporate report

Harm-benefit analysis: Animals in Science Committee review

Report of our review of the processes of harm-benefit analysis (HBA) carried out under the UK Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act 1986 (A(SP)A).

Documents

Letter from the Chair of ASC to Baroness Williams introducing the harm-benefit analysis review

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Review of harm-benefit analysis in the use of animals in research

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Details

The Animals in Science Committee Harm-Benefit Analysis subgroup, chaired by Professor Gail Davies, has produced a review of the harm-benefit analysis (HBA).

This review is an analysis of the underpinnings and implementation of the HBA which remains a crucial step in the justification of the use of animals in science. It is published in response to a ministerial commission.

Published 27 November 2017