Research Output per year
As a Registered Equine Veterinary Nurse (REVN) I have an interest in all aspects of veterinary nursing, and a particular interest in equine veterinary nursing care, welfare and rehabilitation.
I have been teaching veterinary nursing at Hartpury College for over ten years and in this time I have achieved a Certificate in Education (Learning and Skills).
Prior to teaching I worked for two years in mixed (small animal and large animal) veterinary practice and for four years in equine specialist veterinary practice.
I continue to take an active interest in veterinary nurse training and examination, and I am currently part of the examining team for both The RCVS (Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons) and City and Guilds; in order to do this I have attended the relevant examiner training and standardisation events.
My achievements to date include speaking at both the BEVA (British Equine Veterinary Association) International Congress and the BVNA (British Veterinary Nursing Association) Congress; providing comments for a short article on Atypical Myopathy which published in ‘The VN Times’; being the author of Chapter 14 (Basic Clinical Procedures in the Horse) in the text book ‘Clinical Procedures in Veterinary Nursing’ (3rd edition); and being the co-author of Chapter 17 (Principles of General Nursing) in the text book ‘BSAVA Textbook of Veterinary Nursing’ (5th edition).
Senior Lecturer in Veterinary Nursing
Do owners administer inappropriate doses of anthelmintic based on an inaccurate perception of their horse's bodyweight?Middlecote, L. & Brown, H., Dec 2019, In : The Veterinary Nurse. 10, 10
Research output: Contribution to journal › Journal Article
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Chapter (peer-reviewed)
Activities per year
Activity: Talk or presentation types › Oral presentation at Conference