Hayley Walters




Hayley Walters joined the Jeanne Marching Centre in 14 May 2012, as our Anaesthesia and Welfare Veterinary Nurse and splits her time between working here at Easter Bush and supporting JMICAWE work in Outreach Education projects.

Already Hayley has used her veterinary nurse skills and overseas experience (acquired whilst working with Animals Asia), to provide veterinary nursing support for Dogs Trust in Bosnia, Heather Bacon in our outreach projects in Asia and supporting Natalie Waran in our outreach projects in India.

She is also a key member of the anaesthesia team at Easter Bush as well as providing an insight into international animal welfare education to our students. One of Hayley's objectives is to work with the JMICAWE team to educate and change people's deep-set, often historical attitudes to animal welfare with the aim to eradicate all animal suffering throughout the world.

Hayley said "I feel very privileged to be a part of The University of Edinburgh veterinary team and involved in something that will change and improve the lives of animals here and overseas."

More info: http://www.ed.ac.uk/schools-departments/vet/jeanne-marchig-centre/about/...

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Animal welfare has been described as a complex, multi-faceted public policy issue which includes important scientific, ethical, and other dimensions. Improving our understanding of animal welfare, involves the fascinating study of animal behavior as well as the challenge of accessing the emotions of animals.

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