Madeleine Henry

Mrs, Miss

  • 10 Inverness Campus, SRUC,

    IV2 5NA Inverness

    United Kingdom

20132022
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Personal profile

Research interests

I am interested in the range of factors that drive decision-making within the animal health field, both at individual herd level and in relation to national and international efforts to control animal disease. I am also interested in understanding how best to measure antimicrobial usage on livestock farms in Scotland - and further afield - and how on-farm usage might respond to the need to find a balance between conforming to national guidelines, such as RUMA targets, and the importance of preserving animal health and welfare.

Other work

Before joining SRUC in 2012 I worked for just under five years as a vet in predominantly mixed general practice in Northern Ireland and briefly in Scotland.

Education/Academic qualification

Master, Royal Veterinary College University of London

Bachelor, University College Dublin

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Projects 2013 2022

Research Output 2014 2019

Denominators for national estimates of antimicrobial use may not work for herds

Humphry, RW., Henry, MK., Reeves, A., Correia-Gomes, C., Tongue, SC., Smith, R. & Gunn, GJ., Jul 2019. 1 p.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePosterResearch

Open Access
File
anti-infective agents
herds
Demography
demographic statistics
Population
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STOC free: An innovative framework to compare probability of freedom from infection in heterogeneous control programmes

van Roon, A. M., Santman-Berends, I. M. G. A., Graham, D., More, S. J., Nielen, M., Madouasse, A., Mercat, M., Fourichon, C., Gethmann, J., Frössling, J., Lindberg, A., Correia-Gomes, C., Gunn, GJ., Sauter-Louis, C., Henry, MK., van Duijn, L. & van Schaik, G., 26 Apr 2019, In : Frontiers in Veterinary Science. 6, 133.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

Open Access
File
disease control programs
Bovine viral diarrhea virus
disease control
risk estimate
biosecurity

Syndromic surveillance by veterinary practitioners: a pilot study in the pig sector

Correia-Gomes, C., Henry, MK., Williamson, S., Irvine, R. M., Gunn, GJ., Woolfenden, N., White, M. EC. & Tongue, SC., May 2019, In : Veterinary Record. 184, 18, 556.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

veterinarians
swine
animal health
monitoring
industry

An innovative surveillance analysis tool for outcome-based comparison of freedom from infection in heterogeneous control programmes

Santmann, I., Fourichon, C., Madouasse, A., Mercat, M., More, S., Graham, D., Gethmann, J., Sauter-Louis, C., Frossling, J., Lindberg, A., Correia-Gomes, C., Gunn, GJ., Henry, MK., Nielen, M., van Roon, A., van Duijn, L. & van Schaik, G., Nov 2018, p. 142. 1 p.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstractResearchpeer-review

Development of a surveillance analysis tool for outcome-based comparison of the confidence of freedom generated by control programmes

Madouasse, A., Mercat, M., Fourichon, C., More, S., Graham, D., Frossling, J., Lindberg, A., Gethmann, J., Sauter, C., Gunn, GJ., Correia-Gomes, C., Henry, MK., van Roon, A., van Dijn, L., van Schaik, G. & Berends, I. MGA., 2018.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePosterResearch