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Treatment of Aspergillus species infection in reptiles with itraconazole at metabolically scaled doses. (2009)
Journal Article
Girling, S. J., & Fraser, M. (2009). Treatment of Aspergillus species infection in reptiles with itraconazole at metabolically scaled doses. Veterinary Record, 165, 52-54. https://doi.org/10.1136/vetrec.165.2.52

This short communication describes the successful treatment of seven cases of cutaneous and deep subcutaneous aspergillosis infections with itraconazole at metabolically scaled oral doses specifically for reptiles.

The itchy and scratchy show: bacterial infections of the skin. (2009)
Journal Article
Fraser, M. (2009). The itchy and scratchy show: bacterial infections of the skin. VN Times, 11,

An examination of the primary and secondary skin infections of cats and dogs, and the clinical signs of the various disease manifestations

Physiology Relevant to Anaesthesia (2009)
Book Chapter
Fraser, M. (2009). Physiology Relevant to Anaesthesia. In E. Welsh (Ed.), Anaesthesia for Veterinary Nurses 2nd edition (19-38). Wiley Blackwell

External Examining: an Engineering Subject Centre guide. (2009)
Preprint / Working Paper
Cowan, J. External Examining: an Engineering Subject Centre guide

This handbook was prepared for external examiners and for use in training workshops for newly appointed external examiners.

Breaking the Rules: writing reflectively for yourself. (2009)
Book Chapter
Cowan, J. (2009). Breaking the Rules: writing reflectively for yourself. In N. L. Mertens (Ed.), Writing, Processes, Tools and Techniques (109-113). Nova Science Publishers

The rules which epitomise good writing may on occasions be broken, deliberately and with what the writers judge to be good purpose. This can well occur when students or staff set out to engage effectively with their personal and professional developm... Read More about Breaking the Rules: writing reflectively for yourself..

Dealing with affective needs in e-learning: Contrasting two cases in two cultures. (2009)
Book Chapter
Chiu, Y. J., & Cowan, J. (2009). Dealing with affective needs in e-learning: Contrasting two cases in two cultures. In B. Olaniran (Ed.), Cases on Successful E-Learning Practices in the Developed and Developing World: Methods for the Global Information Ec

This chapter presents and contrasts descriptions of two cases of online affective support provided to support students engaged in higher level learning tasks. The cases are set in different cultures, centre upon different intended learning outcomes,... Read More about Dealing with affective needs in e-learning: Contrasting two cases in two cultures..

Independent theatres and the creation of a fringe atmosphere (2009)
Journal Article
Frew, E., & Ali‐Knight, J. (2009). Independent theatres and the creation of a fringe atmosphere. International Journal of Culture, Tourism and Hospitality Research, 3(3), 211-227. https://doi.org/10.1108/17506180910980528

Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to establish the image and associated impression of atmosphere created by independent theatres at two fringe festivals namely, Edinburgh Fringe Festival and Melbourne Festival Fringe.Design/methodology/approach... Read More about Independent theatres and the creation of a fringe atmosphere.

Developing Enterprising People through an Innovative Enterprise Degree: An Analysis of the Students' Evolving Perceptions and Attitudes (2009)
Journal Article
Brodie, J., Laing, S., & Anderson, M. (2009). Developing Enterprising People through an Innovative Enterprise Degree: An Analysis of the Students' Evolving Perceptions and Attitudes. Industry and Higher Education, 23(3), 233-241. https://doi.org/10.5367/0

This paper examines the perceptions and attitudes of mature students in relation to a ground-breaking one-year 'top-up' degree in business and enterprise, exploring how those perceptions and attitudes evolve during the students' studies. It concludes... Read More about Developing Enterprising People through an Innovative Enterprise Degree: An Analysis of the Students' Evolving Perceptions and Attitudes.

Understanding the HRD Role in MNCs:The Imperatives of Social Capital and Networking (2009)
Journal Article
Gubbins, C., & Garavan, T. N. (2009). Understanding the HRD Role in MNCs:The Imperatives of Social Capital and Networking. Human Resource Development Review, 8(2), 245-275. https://doi.org/10.1177/1534484309334583

In an era of increasing global competition, it is argued that knowledge and skills are the key sources of competitive advantage. This places the human resource development (HRD) function in a situation of increased status and power, if HRD professio... Read More about Understanding the HRD Role in MNCs:The Imperatives of Social Capital and Networking.

Exploring the Strategic Role of Human Resource Development in Organizational Crisis Management (2009)
Journal Article
Wang, J., Hutchins, H. M., & Garavan, T. N. (2009). Exploring the Strategic Role of Human Resource Development in Organizational Crisis Management. Human Resource Development Review, 8(1), 22-53. https://doi.org/10.1177/1534484308330018

Crisis management has been a largely overlooked territory in human resource development (HRD) despite the increasingly recognized impact of organizational crises on the individual and organizational performance. This article explores the strategic r... Read More about Exploring the Strategic Role of Human Resource Development in Organizational Crisis Management.

The Adoption and Diffusion of an NHRD Standard: A Conceptual Framework (2009)
Journal Article
Murphy, A., & Garavan, T. N. (2009). The Adoption and Diffusion of an NHRD Standard: A Conceptual Framework. Human Resource Development Review, 8(1), 3-21. https://doi.org/10.1177/1534484308330019

This article proposes a conceptual framework to explain the adoption and diffusion of a national human resource development (NHRD) standard. NHRD standards are used by governments to promote training and development in organizations and increase the... Read More about The Adoption and Diffusion of an NHRD Standard: A Conceptual Framework.