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Health screening of captive bred water voles released in England. (2015)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Girling, S. J., Fraser, M., Pizzi, R., Brown, D., Gow, D., Northey, R., & Campbell-Palmer, R. (2015). Health screening of captive bred water voles released in England

It has been estimated that over the course of the last century the water vole (Arvicola amphibius) has undergone a range decline in mainland Britain in excess of 90%. This species is considered as requiring significant national conservation concern a... Read More about Health screening of captive bred water voles released in England..

Successful long-term management of an outbreak of Johne’s disease (Mycobacterium avium subsp. paratuberculosis) in a wild ungulate collection using vaccination after a test and cull policy. (2015)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Girling, S. J., Harley, J., Fraser, M., Pizzi, R., Naylor, A., Brown, D., & Richardson, D. (2015, April). Successful long-term management of an outbreak of Johne’s disease (Mycobacterium avium subsp. paratuberculosis) in a wild ungulate collection using vaccination after a test and cull policy. Presented at International Conference on Avian, Herpetological and Exotic Mammal Medicine

An examination of current attitudes towards wildlife and disease transmission within the Scottish farming community (2014)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Fraser, M., Girling, S. J., & Innes, E. A. (2014). An examination of current attitudes towards wildlife and disease transmission within the Scottish farming community.

Agriculture and wildlife live together in our countryside and disease transmission occurs between them. For farmers this can represent an economical loss as well as animal welfare issues. The aim was to evaluate the views of farmers/smallholders in S... Read More about An examination of current attitudes towards wildlife and disease transmission within the Scottish farming community.

A critical evaluation of the methodology and effectiveness of self directed study within the veterinary nursing programme (2007)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Fraser, M. (2007, December). A critical evaluation of the methodology and effectiveness of self directed study within the veterinary nursing programme. Poster presented at Edinburgh Napier University Teaching Fellows Conference

One of the main features of higher education is the ability of students to undertake self directed study. However, the level of self directed study and the preparation which students receive prior to embarking on their studies can vary between differ... Read More about A critical evaluation of the methodology and effectiveness of self directed study within the veterinary nursing programme.

Epidermolysis bullosa in calves in the United Kingdom. (2006)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Foster, A. P., Skuse, A. M., Higgins, R. J., Barrett, D. C., Philbey, A. W., Thomson, J. R., …Day, M. J. (2006). Epidermolysis bullosa in calves in the United Kingdom

Epidermolysis bullosa (EB) was diagnosed in eight calves from four farms in the United Kingdom on the basis of clinical, histological and ultrastructural findings. In three affected herds, pedigree Simmental bulls had been mated with Simmental-cross... Read More about Epidermolysis bullosa in calves in the United Kingdom..

Avian allergic skin disease. (2002)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Fraser, M. (2002, April). Avian allergic skin disease. Paper presented at British Veterinary Dermatology Study Group Spring Meeting

A great deal of controversy surrounds whether or not allergic skin disease actually exists in birds. Many reports of allergic skin disease are anecdotal and little research has been done in this area.