The Other Animal of Transplant's Future
| Contributor(s):: Sharp, L. A.
As an anthropologist, I have long been interested in highly experimental science, with my work engaging the moral underpinnings of xenoscience and, more recently, lab animal research. The possibility of employing animals as human “matches” sparks enthusiastic responses among...
Implementing a One Health approach to emerging infectious disease: reflections on the socio-political, ethical and legal dimensions
| Contributor(s):: Chris Degeling, Jane Johnson, Ian Kerridge, Andrew Wilson, Michael Ward, Cameron Stewart, Gwendolyn Gilbert
Background: ‘One Health’ represents a call for health researchers and practitioners at the human, animal and environmental interfaces to work together to mitigate the risks of emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases (EIDs). A One Health approach emphasizing inter-disciplinary...
The Moral Lives of Laboratory Monkeys: Television and the Ethics of Care
| Contributor(s):: Sharp, Lesley A.
2016 AAHA/IAAHPC End-of-Life Care Guidelines
| Contributor(s):: Bishop, G., Cooney, K., Cox, S., Downing, R., Mitchener, K., Shanan, A., Soares, N., Stevens, B., Wynn, T.
Moving beyond the "Five Freedoms" by Updating the "Five Provisions" and Introducing Aligned "Animal Welfare Aims"
| Contributor(s):: David J. Mellor
Although the Five Freedoms paradigm has been very influential in shaping animal welfare thinking for the last two decades, it has two key disadvantages. First, the focus on “freedom” from a range of negative experiences and states has been misunderstood in a number of quarters to mean...
Mousetraps and How to Avoid Them: The Convergence of Utilitarian and Scientific Cases for Limiting the Mouse Model in Biomedical Research
| Contributor(s):: Townley, Cynthia, Lidbury, Brett A.
Animals-as-Patients: Improving the Practice of Animal Experimentation
| Contributor(s):: Johnson, Jane, Dageling, Chris
Why Animal Ethics Committees Don't Work
| Contributor(s):: Russell, Denise
Animal Models for Human Disease: Reflections from an Animal Researcher's Perspective
| Contributor(s):: Tammen, Imke
Does Lack of Enrichment Invalidate Scientific Data Obtained from Rodents by Compromising Their Welfare?
| Contributor(s):: Baldwin, Ann L.
Telling It Like It Is: A Proposal to Improve Transparency in Biomedical Research
| Contributor(s):: Hadley, John
Bioethics; Its Scope and Purpose
| Contributor(s):: Fox, Michael W.
[Thoughts on the complex relationship between medicine and animals: a death prayer for a loyal cat]
| Contributor(s):: Cabello, C. F.
Crazy Like a Fox: Validity and Ethics of Animal Modes of Human Psychiatric Disease
| Contributor(s):: Rollin, Bernard E., Rollin, Michael D. H.
The Moral Status of Invasive Animal Research. (Series: Animal Research Ethics: Evolving Views and Practices (S. Gilbert, G. E. Kaebnick, T. Murray, eds.))
| Contributor(s):: Rollin, Bernard E.
Moral steaks? Ethical discourses of in vitro meat in academia and Australia
| Contributor(s):: Dilworth, T., McGregor, A.
The profile and possibilities of in vitro meat are rapidly expanding, creating new ethical conundrums about how to approach this nascent biotechnology. The outcomes of these ethical debates will shape the future viability of this technology and its acceptability for potential consumers. In this...
Cloning companion animals is wrong
| Contributor(s):: Bok, H.
"... Cloning is not safe, and it is not widely understood. Nevertheless, I suppose that some extremely compelling reason might justify our cloning animals. However, there is no such justification for the Missyplicity Project." ...
New dog: old tricks
| Contributor(s):: Greene, M.
In this article, the author examines the strategy underlying the code of ethical practice established by Genetic Savings & Clone (GSC) as they progressed toward commerical cloning of campanion animals.
A project to clone companion animals
| Contributor(s):: Hawthorne, L.
A 'special feature' article by the Project Coordinator of MIssyplicity, a Genetic Savings & Clone (GSC) project seeking to clone a specific mixed breed dog, named Missy, owned by an anonymous yet wealthy individual.
Report on the 1998 ACLAM Forum
| Contributor(s):: Kraus, A. Lanny
Focuses on the conference headed by the American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine in May 1998 entitled `Bioethics and the Use of Laboratory Animals--Ethics in Theory and Practice,' in the United States. Participants of the conference; Reasons of the College for initiating the conference;...