Fill out an ARRIVE checklist in RIGOR.
The ARRIVE (Animal Research: Reporting of In Vivo Experiments) guidelines improve the reporting of research that uses animals. Their goal is to reduce the number of unnecessary studies and to increase the amount of information published. The guidelines are produced by the National Centre for the Replacement Refinement & Reduction of Animals in Research (NC3Rs). Please see more information about ARRIVE here.
Fill out a CONSORT checklist in RIGOR.
The CONSORT Statement provides recommendations for describing randomized trials. It seeks to help authors report conclusions drawn from the trials, make their reporting more complete and transparent, and make it easier to review and interpret the evidence. CONSORT stands for Consolidated Standards of Reporting Trials.
Fill out a PRISMA checklist in RIGOR.
PRISMA (Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses) statement includes a reporting checklist for meta-analyses and systematic reviews. The main focus of PRISMA is on evaluating randomized trials. However, it can also be for reviewing other types of research, e.g., evaluations of interventions. More information about PRISMA can also be found here and at http://www.prisma-statement.org/.
Fill out a REFLECT checklist in RIGOR.
The overall goal of the REFLECT (Reporting Guidelines for Randomized Controlled Trials for Livestock and Food Safety) statement is to help authors improve the reporting livestock trials. More information about REFLECT can be found here.
Fill out a STROBE-Vet checklist in RIGOR.
The STROBE-Vet (Strengthening the Reporting of Observational Studies in Epidemology – Veterinary Extension) modifies the STROBE statement for reporting observational studies of animal populations. More information about STROBE-Vet can be found here.