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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: 29 Oct 2020

Reference: 162148

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Phelim Doherty (20 Oct 2020)
The course was challenging in its scope and very relevant to our society at present
Miss Sinead McGinty (14 Oct 2020)
Questions really make you apply course content and think
Noemi Nemeth (24 Jul 2020)
Very good base of knowledge, the test is very challenging.

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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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User Reviews (26)

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Phelim Doherty (20 Oct 2020)
The course was challenging in its scope and very relevant to our society at present
Miss Sinead McGinty (14 Oct 2020)
Questions really make you apply course content and think
Noemi Nemeth (24 Jul 2020)
Very good base of knowledge, the test is very challenging.
Megan Donovan (3 Jul 2020)
A refresher from what I learned in college. The questions at the end really make you think.
Eimer Niamh McGrath (26 Apr 2020)
exam questions a bit confusing at times but other wise a very interesting course.
Miss Aoife McElwee RVN (17 Apr 2020)
Thought provoking, engaging
Chloe Webster-Kelleher (11 Feb 2020)
Good insight into the different aspects of ethical viewpoints and catgories. Very interesting.
Fergal Patterson (9 Aug 2019)
Excellent course. Really informative and thought provoking.
Tabitha Alexander (28 Jul 2019)
General backround knowledge is helpful, however it is revision of our second year ethics lectures. Useful to raise issues and remind us of important aspects of the profession.
Megan Hanley (13 Jul 2019)
The information was good but very in depth. Not sure it needed to be. The audio was very slow as well, which made the presentation feel longer than it actually was.
Dr Emily Egan DVM (6 May 2019)
Content could have been delivered in a more engaging way. The presenter, though very clear, sounded very uninterested and didn't draw in the listener.
Monica Zamfirescu (24 Jan 2019)
This course was very interesting and helped me to understand in a better way the ethical theories to everyday veterinary practice.
Colm Ó Muireagáin (25 Jul 2018)
Thought provoking at any rate.
Rosemary Gibson (21 Jul 2018)
thought provoking material
Mrs Nichola Ratty RVN (13 Jun 2018)
I found that both the course I watched and the exam questions combined with my notes helped me retain and understand the topic very well, I feel I gained a good understanding after completing both course and exam!
Dr Tomas O'Donoghue BVMed Sci BVM BVS (23 May 2018)
A good, practical introduction to ethics.
Dr niamh coughlan (4 Feb 2018)
While the subject matter is interesting, the presentation was a times very dull and uninspired, utilizing some of the scenario type questions from the exam in the presentation might help with engagement. Likewise the exam at the end was very repetitive and was not a stimulating exercise.
Miss Melissa Dunne RVN (24 Jan 2018)
very interesting and educational
Dr Amanda Cordero BVT, DVM (4 Jan 2018)
This is a fundamental course to take as a CE because it provides basics in order to attain proper ethical perspective into all branches of the veterinary medicine.
Mrs Leanne Sheridan (13 Nov 2017)
I've also been unable to access this session on three different computers. HELP
Aine Hurley (25 Jul 2017)
This was rectified very quickly. thank you.
James Cox Knightly (23 Jul 2017)
I cannot open the e-learning session - it won't load, what is the problem ?
Cindy Ross (15 Jun 2017)
I have tried opening this e-learning session, but was unsuccessful... Is there any other way to open this? I have already completed the Concepts of Animal Welfare session which worked perfectly. Please help
Mrs Amy Murphy (19 Jan 2017)
It was a good read but the test was confusing.
Ms Christine Glasheen (3 Dec 2016)
I've taken ethics classes in other settings and this was an interesting companion to those as it relates to the practice of Veterinary Medicine.
Miss Mallory Lamb CVT (12 Nov 2016)
A number of the questions were confusingly worded. Also, I felt as though the questions confused my understanding of the lecture.

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