2013
DOI: 10.1590/s0102-09352013000100005
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Abstract: RESUMOCurrículos de medicina veterinária devem disponibilizar ferramentas para que os futuros profissionais atendam a demanda da sociedade, que inclui preocupações diretas com os animais. O objetivo deste trabalho foi traçar um perfil do panorama geral do ensino da medicina veterinária em relação a questões de bem-estar e dor animal. O método utilizado foi análise de documentos disponíveis online e coleta de dados via aplicação de questionários para coordenadores de curso de medicina veterinária. A descrição d… Show more

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“…Scientific knowledge about stress and suffering during common farming practices is abundant, as for identification through metal and plastic tags [ 37 ], tail docking and castration [ 38 ], shearing [ 39 ], reproductive techniques [ 40 ] and weaning [ 41 ]. Significant differences found in our study may be also related to the limited teaching of animal welfare and pain in Brazilian veterinary programs [ 42 ]. Therefore, there is a need to protect and promote sensibility during undergraduate courses, as a way to improve perception of pain by VB and AB, since such professionals are involved in decisions regarding animal management.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Scientific knowledge about stress and suffering during common farming practices is abundant, as for identification through metal and plastic tags [ 37 ], tail docking and castration [ 38 ], shearing [ 39 ], reproductive techniques [ 40 ] and weaning [ 41 ]. Significant differences found in our study may be also related to the limited teaching of animal welfare and pain in Brazilian veterinary programs [ 42 ]. Therefore, there is a need to protect and promote sensibility during undergraduate courses, as a way to improve perception of pain by VB and AB, since such professionals are involved in decisions regarding animal management.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Universities seek to improve relationships with animals, and all involved professions should undergo this change to provide better care and attribute proper value to animal welfare (Borges et al, 2013). Animal welfare deserves more attention so that professionals are trained to think, argue and solve issues in their professional practice (Fraser et al, 2013).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Only 1 participant (0.7%) in the present study reported having been taught animal welfare as a required discipline, which suggests that it is still early in the process of including this subject in undergraduate veterinary school curricula (Table 3). However, this trend is increasing; in 2013, 46% of veterinary schools offered some form of animal welfare course in Brazil (Borges et al, 2013).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…A recent study revealed that in Brazil 26% of the undergraduate programs in Veterinary Medicine present Ethology as a discipline (Borges et al, 2013).…”
Section: Venezuela: Laboratories and Main Research Linesmentioning
confidence: 99%