LAVA – Ethical challenges – how can laboratory and clinical vets support each other in decision making?
The Laboratory Animal Veterinary Association (LAVA) invites you to:
Ethical challenges – how can laboratory and clinical vets support each other in decision making?
27th April, 2.00pm – 5.00pm SAVE THE DATE
This webinar aims to promote discussion on ethical decision making across vets in research and clinical practice so that we can learn from each other’s experiences. The webinar will be free to attend but will require prior registration. Details of how to register will be sent out in the week beginning 12th April. Please feel free to pass on this information to colleagues.
The programme content will be:
- An introduction to some of the areas of difficulty from the perspective of a vet working across both research and clinical fields, Polly Taylor MA VetMB PhD DVA DipECVAA MRCA FRCVS, independent consultant in veterinary anaesthesia
- A consideration of some ethical concepts, including frameworks of how vets might best approach ethical questions/ assessment, Kate Millar BSc (Hons) PhD, Director, Centre for Applied Bioethics, Faculty of Science
- A discussion of some of the issues and ethical difficulties in research, Aurelie Thomas DipECAWBM(AWSEL) PhD MRCVS, Director Animal Science Technology UK, AstraZeneca
- Some thought starters related to issues and ethical decision making in clinical situations and an example of a case which falls between the Veterinary Surgeons Act and the Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act, Sandra Corr Corr BVMS, CertSAS, DipECVS, FHEA, PhD, MRCVS, Professor in Small Animal Orthopaedic Surgery (Small Animal Clinical Sciences), University of Glasgow
- Summary of presentations, Eddie Clutton BVSc DVA DipECVAA FRCVS, Personal Chair of Veterinary Anaesthesiology, Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies
Prof. Clutton will then chair the interactive discussion session with attendees, led by an expanded panel, to encourage a deeper exploration of ethical challenges.
Date(s) - 27/04/2021
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm