Alison Hanlon mainly investigates Veterinary medicine, Animal welfare, Animal science, Animal health and Production efficiency. Her Veterinary medicine research integrates issues from Lesion, Animal Welfare and Claw. Her Lesion research incorporates elements of Pericarditis and Pneumonia.
The Animal welfare study combines topics in areas such as Stakeholder and Herd health. Her Animal science research includes themes of Social stress and Immunology, Keyhole limpet hemocyanin, Immune system. Her Animal health research incorporates a variety of disciplines, including Northern ireland, Data recording, Public health and Public economics.
Veterinary medicine, Animal welfare, Animal science, Focus group and Lesion are her primary areas of study. The concepts of her Veterinary medicine study are interwoven with issues in Animal Welfare and Cultural diversity. Her Animal welfare research includes elements of Agriculture and Stakeholder.
The Animal science study combines topics in areas such as Hoof and Pasture. Alison Hanlon has included themes like Food safety and Veterinary ethics in her Focus group study. Her Lesion research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Loin, Pneumonia and Skin lesion.
Her main research concerns Veterinary medicine, Animal welfare, Animal health, Pig farms and Herd. Alison Hanlon combines subjects such as Accreditation, Likert scale and Curriculum with her study of Veterinary medicine. Her Accreditation study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Quality of life, Service, Socialization and Referral.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Lesion and Animal science in addition to Animal welfare. The concepts of her Pig farms study are interwoven with issues in Demography, Herd management, Stratified sampling and Biting. Her Herd study combines topics in areas such as Semen and Agricultural science.
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Hoof disorders, locomotion ability and lying times of cubicle-housed compared to pasture-based dairy cows
Gabriela Olmos;Gabriela Olmos;Laura Boyle;Alison Hanlon;Joe Patton.
Livestock Science (2009)
A brief note on the validation of a system for recording lying behaviour in dairy cows
Keelin O’Driscoll;Keelin O’Driscoll;Laura Boyle;Alison Hanlon.
Applied Animal Behaviour Science (2008)
Evaluating the prevalence of tail biting and carcase condemnations in slaughter pigs in the Republic and Northern Ireland, and the potential of abattoir meat inspection as a welfare surveillance tool
Sarah Harley;Simon More;Niamh O'Connell;Alison Hanlon.
Veterinary Record (2012)
Students' attitudes to animal welfare and rights in Europe and Asia
C J C Phillips;S Izmirli;S J Aldavood;M Alonso.
Animal Welfare (2012)
Good animal welfare makes economic sense: potential of pig abattoir meat inspection as a welfare surveillance tool
Sarah Harley;Simon More;Laura Boyle;Niamh O’ Connell.
Irish Veterinary Journal (2012)
An International Comparison of Female and Male Students' Attitudes to the Use of Animals
Clive Phillips;Serdar Izmirli;Javid Aldavood;Marta Alonso.
Docking the value of pigmeat? Prevalence and financial implications of welfare lesions in Irish slaughter pigs.
S. Harley;L.A. Boyle;N. E. O'Connell;S. J. More.
Animal Welfare (2014)
Approaches to teaching animal welfare at 13 veterinary schools worldwide.
Caroline J. Hewson;Eva Baranyiová;Donald M. Broom;Michael S. Cockram.
Journal of Veterinary Medical Education (2005)
Policy Delphi with vignette methodology as a tool to evaluate the perception of equine welfare
Joe Collins;Alison Hanlon;Simon J. More;Patrick G. Wall.
Veterinary Journal (2009)
Effects of repeated changes in group composition on immune response, behaviour, adrenal activity and liveweight gain in farmed red deer yearlings
A. J. Hanlon;S. M. Rhind;H. W. Reid;C. Burrells.
Applied Animal Behaviour Science (1995)
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