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Research from Francesca Brown
College of Engineering, Construction and Living Sciences, Employability Centre
Francesca is a qualified veterinarian, who graduated from Massey University in 1998. In addition she holds a Bachelor of Science, National Diploma in Adult Education and Training, Certificate in Mata a Ao Maori and Graduate Diploma in Sustainable Practice and is currently studying towards a Masters in Professional Practice (Leadership) . She is a strong advocate for veterinary nurses and technicians and is on the education advisory board for the New Zealand Veterinary Nursing Association, focusing on the content and delivery of allied veterinary professional training for the veterinary industry. Francesca is also the sustainability champion for the School of Veterinary Nursing.
Matthews, F. (2011)
Educating Sustainable Practitioners - Perspective of a Veterniary Nursing Educator. Scope: Contemporary Research Topics, learning and Teaching, November 2011.
Conference Contribution - Published Paper
Matthews, F. (2005)
Use of Technicians in Rural Veterinary Practice Proceedings of Vetscript, New Zealand Veterinary Association's Rural Veterinary Practices Conference, Balclutha 13 - 15 June 8 - 11
Matthews, F (2005)
Use of Technitions in Rural Veterinary practice Vetscript, New Zealand Veterinary Association's Rural Veterinary Practices Conference, Balcutha 13 - 15 June