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Take part in Sentience Mosaic online discussion with JMICAWE team members, 6th October

Considering animal sentience in developing countries: Where are we?Join us on the 6th October 2014 at 11am (UK time)Heather Bacon, Veterinary Welfare Education and Outreach Manager and Hayley Walters, Anaesthesia and Welfare Veterinary ...

Published: 29 Sep 2014more

MSc International Animal Welfare, Ethics and Law: An exciting start to the academic year

We are delighted that we have 38 new students from 13 different countries (spread across all 6 habitable continents) who have enrolled on our MSc IAWEL this year. This brings us to over 100 students currently studying with IAWEL. We ...

Published: 24 Sep 2014more

Equitation Science and Welfare in Press Release by ISES

You may remember that in August three members of the Royal (Dick) Vet School including JMICAWE Director Prof Nat Waran, Bryony Waggett (Equine Science teaching Fellow) and Gemma Pearson (Senior Clinical Training Scholar in Equine Practice), ...

Published: 23 Sep 2014more

Equine Model Reproductive Tract Arrives

JMICAWE is delighted that a further resource has now arrived for the R(D)SVS equine simulator. The reproductive tract will allow students to palpate a normal reproductive tract and ovaries at different stages of the ...

Published: 15 Sep 2014more

Working with the Indian Veterinary Profession for improved animal health and welfare

International concern for animal health and welfare continues to grow with increasing demand for measures to protect animals and improve animal quality of life. The University of Edinburgh has a longstanding interest in ...

Published: 12 Sep 2014more


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