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Animal Welfare in a Pandemic: What Does COVID-19 Tell us for the Future?

  • 40.00€

Tags: Covid-19, Pandemic disease, Infection and death in animals, Prediction uncertainty, Human and animal vaccines, One Health approach, Animal welfare.


Animal Welfare in a Pandemic explores the impact of COVID-19 on a wide array of animals, from those in the wild to companion and captive animals. During the the pandemic, a range of animals were infected, and many died, but this was hard to predict, even using up-to-date bioinformatics. This text highlights what can be learned to protect & enhance animal welfare in future epidemics/pandemics; it contributes to a genuinely One Health approach where the health & welfare of humans & animals are considered holistically. 249 p.

Series: CRC One Health One Welfare

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Authors expertises affiliations

  • John T. Hancock. BSc (Hons), and PhD in Biochemistry. Professor of Cell Signalling; University of the West of England, UWE, Bristol (UK).
  • Ros C. Rouse. Science Policy expert, with extensive Research Council Experience. Currently concentrates on promoting integrity in research at the University of the West of England, Bristol (UK); she is also a member of the University's Ethics and Integrity Committee.
  • Tim. J. Craig. Degree in Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry; PhD on 'Molecular Mechanisms of Neurotransmitter Release'; Senior Postdoctoral at the University of Bristol (2009-2015). Currently Associate Professor of Neuroscience at the University of the West of England, Bristol (UK).

     
  • Publication date (digital version): 2024-04.

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