The student will develop and use novel methodologies for the assessment of attitudes towards animal welfare.
The participant populations for this research will be veterinary students and graduates in the UK and overseas, with attitudes and ethical reasoning processes being measured via interviews, questionnaires and computer-based tools.
The successful candidate will have good communication skills and the ability to work independently and analytically.
The studentship is supported by the World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA) for 3 years and would be suitable for a graduate with a veterinary, science or social science degree.
The stipend will be in the range £13,000 to £18,000 per annum.
Informal enquiries may be made to:
Dr Elizabeth Paul (e.paul[at]bristol.ac.uk )
Tel: 0117 331 9071, or
Dr David Main (d.c.j.main[at]bristol.ac.uk )[at]
Tel: 0117 928 9340
Further details and application forms are available from:
Head of Department's Office,
School of Clinical Veterinary Science,
Bristol BS40 5DU,
by Tel: 0117 928 9401, or
E-mail: cvs-hod-office [at] bristol.ac.uk