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CPCA01000 Veterinary Ethics

CPCA01000 Veterinary Ethics

CPCA01000 Veterinary Ethics

Dr Alison Hanlon
Dr Alison Hanlon
on behalf of UCD School of Veterinary Medicine

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Launch date: 04 Mar 2016
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Last updated: 14 Apr 2021

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very informative and thought provoking. Exam was a bit tricky.
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The course was challenging in its scope and very relevant to our society at present

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Description

A presentation on the applications of contemporary ethical theories to everyday verinary practice.

Objectives

Objectives
-Be able to describe the term "Ethics"
- Be able to differenciate between the branches of ethics
-Be able to evaluate ethical issues concerning animal use using Rollin's Conceptual Map or other ethical frameworks.
-Be able to discuss the applications of contemporary ethical theories to everyday verinary practice.
Dr Alison Hanlon

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Dr Alison Hanlon
on behalf of UCD School of Veterinary Medicine

Senior Lecturer, School of Veterinary Medicine, UCD: 2007 -
Lecturer, School of Agriculture, Food Science and Vet. Medicine, UCD: 1997-2007
Assistant Lecturer, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, UCD: 1995-1997
Research Scientist, MLURI, Aberdeen, Scotland: 1991-1995

Current Accreditations

This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • Veterinary Council of Ireland
  • 3.00 Credits

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Dr Karen Patti (4 Dec 2020)
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Aideen Moore (19 Nov 2020)
very informative and thought provoking. Exam was a bit tricky.
Phelim Doherty (20 Oct 2020)
The course was challenging in its scope and very relevant to our society at present

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