Veterinary Euthanasia: Cultural Influences in Bangkok, Thailand
As a third-year DVM student at Cornell University, Katherine Bibi traveled to Southeast Asia during the spring before starting veterinary college. She traveled to four cities on three continents seeking to understand how various governments regulate their small animal veterinary clinics. Katherine discovered that reluctance to perform euthanasia is completely intertwined with their religious values and culture.
Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine
History of Veterinary Medicine; International Veterinary Medicine; Veterinary Specialties; Euthanasia; Thailand; Bangkok; Thonglor Pet Hospital; Bibi, Katherine; Cornell University; Veterinary Education; Small Animal Practice; Cross Cultural; Regulation of veterinary medicine
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