Staff Directory - Mr Stephen Baugh | Harper Adams University

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Mr Stephen Baugh BSc (Hons) BVM&S MRCVS SFHEA

Programme Manager Animal Degrees and Principal Lecturer in Animal Health and Welfare

Teaching Duties

  • BSc Animal Behaviour and Welfare
  • BSc Animal Health and Welfare
  • BSc Animal Science
  • BSc Bioveterinary Science
  • FdSc Animal Management and Welfare
  • BSc Veterinary Nursing and Practice Management
  • NOAH Certificate in Animal Health
  • MSc Veterinary Physiotherapy
  • MSc Veterinary Pharmacology
  • Diploma/BSc Veterinary Nursing
  • AMTRA SQP 

Research Interests

  • Clinical Animal Behaviour
  • Animal Welfare
  • Animal Ethics

Professional Memberships

  • Member of Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons
  • Member of British Veterinary Association
  • Member of British Small Animal Veterinary Association
  • Member of Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour (ASAB)
  • Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

Academic Department: Animal Production, Welfare and Veterinary Sciences

Tel: +44 (0)1952 815325

Research profile: ORCID

Publications

Other publications

  • Wright, C. and Baugh, S. (2018) Effectiveness of providing a box or partially covering the cage front on reducing cat stress The Veterinary Nurse 9 (6)
  • Roberts, S.E.; McLennan, L.; Cartlidge, H.; Evans, L.K.M. and Baugh, S (2016) Evaluation of the reliability of real-time ultrasonography to measure muscle thickness of the canine middle gluteal muscle Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica 58 (Suppl2)
  • Baugh, S (2014) Companion Animals. In: Kayne, S. ed. What you should know about Selling Veterinary Medicines (Riverclyde Books. pp. 31-68)
  • Baugh, S (2014) Small Mammals. In: Kayne, S. ed. What you should know about Selling Veterinary Medicines (Riverclyde Books. pp. 69-91)
  • Heayns, B.J. and Baugh, S. (2014) Canine Vaccination – a review for veterinary nurses. The Veterinary Nursing Journal 27 (4)
  • Heayns, B.J. and Baugh, S. (2012) Survey of veterinary surgeons on the introduction of serological testing to assess revaccination requirements. Veterinary Record 170 (3), pp. 74
  • Heayns, B.J. and Baugh, S (2010) To revaccinate or not to revaccinate: does serology have the answer for canine vaccination? Proceedings of the 53rd British Small Animal Veterinary Association Congress 2010: Scientific Programme. Birmingham. 8-11 April
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