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Ethics in veterinary practice - Balancing conflicting interests
Ethics in veterinary practice - Balancing conflicting interests
1° ed., 550 pagg., 0 ill., John Wiley & Sons, febbraio 2023
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Ethics in Veterinary Practice
An incisive examination of relevant and contemporary ethical issues facing veterinary practitioners, students, instructors, and animal researchers
In Ethics in Veterinary Practice: Balancing Conflicting Interests, a team of distinguished scholars delivers a foundational exploration of animal ethics and a guide to examining contemporary issues and dilemmas that arise regularly in veterinary practice. The book offers comprehensive, quickly accessible, and up-to-date information on veterinary ethics with content devoted to unique issues by practice type.
The authors offer a primary resource for veterinary ethics useful for veterinarians, faculty, instructors, senior undergraduates, and veterinary students that focuses on recognizing and addressing real-life ethical dilemmas and relevant philosophical discussions about the moral status of animals, animal rights, and interests.
Ethics in Veterinary Practice presents material on integrative medicine, animal pain, moral stress, and the future of veterinary ethics. Readers will also find:
  • A thorough introduction to a theoretical basis for veterinary ethics, including discussions of animal welfare, ethical theories, and legal issues
  • Comprehensive explorations of clinical veterinary ethics, including discussions of veterinary advocacy, ethical dilemmas, professionalism, economic issues, and medical errors
  • Practical discussions of ethical concerns by practice type, including companion animals, equines, and animals used for food
  • In-depth examination of emerging ethical concerns including animal use in veterinary education and animal maltreatment
Perfect for practicing veterinarians, veterinary students, and veterinary technicians and nurses, Ethics in Veterinary Practice: Balancing Conflicting Interests will also earn a place in the libraries of instructors teaching veterinary ethics, as well as biomedical and animal ethicists.

List of contributors
In memoriam

Section 1-A Fundamental Basis for Veterinary Ethics
1-    Why do Animals Matter? The Moral Status of Animals
Bernard E. Rollin
2-     Animal Welfare: Science, Policy and the Role of Veterinarians
Joy A. Mench
3-    Animal Ethics and the Evolution of the Veterinary Profession in the United States
Bernard Unti
4-     Introduction to Veterinary Ethics
Barry Kipperman
Bernard E. Rollin
5-     Veterinary Ethics and the Law
Carol Gray
David Favre
Section 2-Clinical Veterinary Ethics
6-    Professionalism
Liz H. Mossop
7-    Veterinary Advocacies and Ethical Dilemmas
Barry Kipperman
8-    Economic Issues
Barry Kipperman
Gary Block
Brian Forsgren
9-    Medical Errors
James Clark
Barry Kipperman
Section 3-Ethical Concerns by Practice Type
10- Companion Animals
Shelter medicine- Julie Dinnage
Outdoor cats, Overpopulation-Andrew Rowan
Neutering/gonadectomy, Conformational disorders, Convenience surgeries- Anne Quain
Behavioral medicine-Melissa Bain
Referrals-Barry Kipperman
Futile intervention -Christian Durnberger, Herwig Grimm
Obesity- Barry Kipperman
Access to care -Michael J. Blackwell
11- Laboratory Animals
Larry Carbone
12- Food Animals
Tim Blackwell
Shaw Perrin
Jennifer Walker
13- Equines
David W. Ramey
14- Animals in Zoos, Aquaria, and Free-Ranging Wildlife
Sathya Chinnadurai
Barbara De Mori
Jackie Gai
15- Exotic Pets
Michael Dutton
16- Integrative Medicine
Narda G. Robinson
17- Corporate Veterinary Medicine
Thomas Edling
Section 4-Emerging Ethical Concerns
18- Animal Use in Veterinary Education
Andrew Knight
Miriam A. Zemanova
19- Animal Pain
Beatriz Monteiro
Sheilah Robertson
20- Animal Maltreatment
Martha Smith-Blackmore
James Yeates
22-Moral Stress
Carrie Jurney
Barry Kipperman
23-The Future of Veterinary Ethics
Herwig Grimm
Svenja Springer

Barry Kipperman
DVM, DACVIM, MSc, DACAW, Instructor, Veterinary Ethics, University of California at Davis, School of Veterinary Medicine, Davis, CA, USA; Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery
University of Missouri, College of Veterinary Medicine, Columbia, MO, USA

Barry Kipperman is a board-certified veterinary specialist in small animal internal medicine and animal welfare. Barry was the founder/owner of a small animal specialist and emergency hospital in the San Francisco Bay area and practiced for over 30 years before transitioning to teaching and writing full time. Dr. Kipperman has always had an interest in ethics and philosophy. Dr. Kipperman received a Masters’ degree in International Animal Welfare, Ethics, and Law from the University of Edinburgh in 2017. Barry has published numerous papers on the subject of veterinary ethics in journals including the Journal of the American Veterinary Association, Veterinary Record, Journal of Veterinary Medical Education, and Animals. His particular interests include the multiple advocacies of the veterinarian, moral stress, farm animal welfare, and the impact of economics on animal welfare in small animal practice. Barry has lectured in the U.S. and internationally. Dr. Kipperman teaches veterinary ethics at the University of California at Davis School of Veterinary Medicine, and animal welfare and ethics for the University of Missouri. In his spare time, Barry enjoys playing guitar and piano for his dog Buttercup.
Bernard E. Rollin (deceased)
University Distinguished Professor, Professor of Philosophy, Professor of Animal Sciences, Professor of Biomedical Sciences, University Bioethicist, Department of Philosophy, Colorado State University Fort Collins, CO, USA
Bernard E. Rollin (B.A. CCNY, Ph.D. Columbia,, deceased in 2021), was a University Distinguished Professor, Professor of Philosophy, Professor of Biomedical Sciences, Professor of Animal Sciences, and University Bioethicist at Colorado State University. He was a major architect of the 1985 U.S. Federal laws protecting laboratory animals. Rollin authored over 20 books, including Animal Rights and Human Morality and The Frankenstein Syndrome. He wrote a popular monthly column on veterinary ethics for the Canadian Veterinary Journal. He was one of the leading scholars in animal rights and animal consciousness and has lectured over 1200 times all over the world in 28 countries. Rollin developed the world’s first courses in veterinary medical ethics. He served on the Pew National Commission on Industrial Farm Animal Production and on the Institute for Laboratory Animal Resources (ILAR) Council of the National Academy of Sciences. The winner of numerous U.S. and international awards, including the AVMA Humane Award (2007), he was a weightlifter, horseman, and motorcyclist.

Codice Articolo: PROF171
ISBN: 9781119791195
Peso: 1400 g
Area: Tutte le specie
Disciplina: Supporto attività professionale
IVA: Esente IVA