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The relationship between empathy in veterinary and medical students and their assessment of pain in animals and non-verbal humans.

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The relationship between empathy in veterinary and medical students and their assessment of pain in animals and non-verbal humans. / Duncan, Juliet; Shaw, Darren; Ross, Michael; Clutton, Richard.

2017. Abstract from Association of Veterinary Anaesthetists Spring meeting 2017, Lyon, France.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract

Harvard

Duncan, J, Shaw, D, Ross, M & Clutton, R 2017, 'The relationship between empathy in veterinary and medical students and their assessment of pain in animals and non-verbal humans.', Association of Veterinary Anaesthetists Spring meeting 2017, Lyon, France, 20/04/17.

APA

Duncan, J., Shaw, D., Ross, M., & Clutton, R. (2017). The relationship between empathy in veterinary and medical students and their assessment of pain in animals and non-verbal humans.. Abstract from Association of Veterinary Anaesthetists Spring meeting 2017, Lyon, France.

Vancouver

Duncan J, Shaw D, Ross M, Clutton R. The relationship between empathy in veterinary and medical students and their assessment of pain in animals and non-verbal humans.. 2017. Abstract from Association of Veterinary Anaesthetists Spring meeting 2017, Lyon, France.

Author

Duncan, Juliet ; Shaw, Darren ; Ross, Michael ; Clutton, Richard. / The relationship between empathy in veterinary and medical students and their assessment of pain in animals and non-verbal humans. Abstract from Association of Veterinary Anaesthetists Spring meeting 2017, Lyon, France.