Created by:  The University of Edinburgh

  • Professor Nat Waran

    Taught by:  Professor Nat Waran, Professor of One Welfare

    Eastern Institute of Technology, Napier, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand.

  • Dr Fritha Langford

    Taught by:  Dr Fritha Langford

    Scotland's Rural College (SRUC)

  • Dr Heather Bacon

    Taught by:  Dr Heather Bacon, Veterinary welfare edcuation and outreach

    Jeanne Marchig International Centre of Animal Welfare Education

  • Miss Hayley  Walters, RVN

    Taught by:  Miss Hayley Walters, RVN

    Welfare and Anaesthesia

  • Dr Jill MacKay

    Taught by:  Dr Jill MacKay, Animal Behaviour and Welfare Researcher

    Animal Behaviour and Welfare Team, SRUC
Commitment1-3 hours/week
Language
English, Subtitles: Italian, French
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 of 676 ratings

Loved it! Learned a lot about animal welfare and also sharpened my scientific thinking skill set.

fantastic course

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Thoroughly enjoyed this course! It was fun and continuously peaked my interest towards eithical problems regarding animals, their domestication and their roles within our society. I learned more about the meat industry aswell as certain psychological traits of animals.