466223 - Author: Paul Waldau, DPhil, JD 1. Additional...

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Author : Paul Waldau, DPhil, JD 1. Additional Sources on Law and Veterinary Ethics Issues 1.1 Electronic Sources 1. Veterinary resources of many kinds can be found at http://netvet.wustl.edu/vcp.htm . There are many, many other resources available via the internet on veterinary issues that have important ethical dimensions. Contrast, for example, the AVMA’s site ( http://www.avma.org/ ), which is always worth checking, with what is available at the following sites: z http://www.altvetmed.org/ (Alternative, and Holistic Veterinary Medicine). z http://www.aahanet.org/ (American Animal Hospital Association). z http://www.abvp.com/ (American Board of Veterinary Practitioners). z http://www.avmla.org/ (American Veterinary Medical Law Association). z http://avar.org/ (Association of Veterinarians for Animal Rights). z http://www.intute.ac.uk/ (English Veterinary Schools). z http://www.fda.gov/cvm/default.html (FDA - Center for Veterinary Medicine Home Page). z http://www.naturalholistic.com/default.htm (by a veterinarian). z http://www.stopabusivevetseverywhere.com/ (SAVE: Stop Abusive Vets Everywhere). z
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This note was uploaded on 03/03/2012 for the course LAW 218 taught by Professor Waldau during the Fall '06 term at Tufts.

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