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Hayley Squance MEd(Adult Ed), BAppSc(VTM), AVN

Senior Lecturer

Institute of Vet, Animal and Biomedical Sciences

Roles and Responsibilities

Programme Director - Bachelor of Veterinary Technology

Senior Lecturer - Veterinary Technology

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Professional

Contact details

  • Ph: +64 6 356 9099 ext 85228
    Location: 1.56, IVABS
    Campus: Turitea

Qualifications

  • Masters in Education (Adult Education) - Massey University (2011)
  • Bachelor of Applied Science (Veterinary Technology - University of Queensland (2003)
  • Advanced Certificate of Veterinary Nursing - Bently TAFE (1995)

Research Expertise

Research Interests

Animal welfare in disasters

Veterinary disaster response

Effects of disasters on animals

Research Opportunities

  • NZ Police Dog and Urban Search and Rescue Dog Chri  (01/03/2011) Evaluating the health of NZ Police and Urban Search and Rescue Dogs during their Christchurch earthquake deployment in February 2011. Blood, coat samples from the dogs during the deployment along with surveys completed by USAR dog handlers will be assessed to highlight any health concerns of the dogs due to heavy work load and exposure to the collapsed building environment.
  • Mortality and morbidity of animals due to the Chri  (27/02/2012) A research project to evaluate the effects of the Christchurch earthquakes on animals by evaluating how animals died in the two large earthquakes (June 2010 and February 2011). Veterinary hospital admissions will be assessed before, immediately after and 12 months after the events to evaluate any increased incidence of diseases such as dermatological and gastrointestinal that could be associated with the earthquake events.
  • Animal Welfare Emergency Management: Educational N  (30/01/2011) Animal Welfare Emergency Management (AWEM) is an emerging area of emergency management. AWEM is used to describe the management of animal welfare needs, through all phases of emergency management. It is a critical component of modern emergency management, due to the complex bond between humans and animals and the unequivocal evacuation non-compliance of pet owners during disasters. As this is a new area, no studies have been conducted to examine the different personnel involved in animal welfare emergency management, nor has the development of evidence-based core competencies been examined. The purpose of this research was to define animal welfare emergency management, identify and define different groups of personnel involved in animal welfare emergency management and examine core educational domains along with core competencies and the associated assessable learning outcomes. This study, from a broad perspective, aimed to provide an overview of current multi-discipline competencies, curriculum and course content in relation to disaster practitioners’ requirements, which could shape the development of similar domains and competencies with associated assessable learning outcomes for animal welfare emergency management personnel. The study also explored the requirements for different levels of cognitive knowledge, from low-order to high-order, within different roles of animal welfare emergency management. A thesis presented in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of MEd(Adult Ed)

Thematics

21st Century Citizenship, Design – for Commerce, Community and Culture, Health and Well-being

Area of Expertise

Field of research codes
Agricultural And Veterinary Sciences (070000):
Curriculum and Pedagogy (130200): Education (130000): Science, Technology and Engineering Curriculum and Pedagogy (130212):
Veterinary Sciences (070700): Veterinary Sciences not elsewhere classified (070799):
Vocational Education and Training Curriculum and Pedagogy (130213)

Keywords

Animal Welfare Emergency/Disaster Management

Veterinary Emergency / Disaster Response

Veterinary Technology

Veterinary Paraprofessionals

Research Projects

Summary of Research Projects

Position Current Completed
Project Leader 0 1

Research Outputs

Journal

Kongara, K., Squance, HE., Topham, IA., & Bridges, JP. (2016). Attitudes and perceptions of veterinary paraprofessionals in New Zealand to postoperative pain in dogs and cats. New Zealand Veterinary Journal. 64(2), 112-116
[Journal article]Authored by: Bridges, J., Kongara, K., Squance, H.
Kongara, K., Squance, HE., Topham, IA., & Bridges, JP. (2015). Attitudes and perceptions of veterinary paraprofessionals in New Zealand to postoperative pain in dogs and cats. New Zealand Veterinary Journal.
[Journal article]Authored by: Bridges, J., Squance, H.
Stratton, RB., Hill, KE., Squance, H., Pauwels, FE., Nixey, J., Cave, NJ., . . . Drennan, T. (2015). Health and welfare of search and rescue and police dogs deployed during the earthquake response of Christchurch February 2011. Animal Welfare.
[Journal article]Authored by: Cave, N., Squance, H., Stratton, R.
Squance, HE. (2014). Veterinary technology in New Zealand - broadening our horizons. Vetscript. 27(2), 4-6
[Journal article]Authored by: Squance, H.
Squance, HE. (2011). Animal welfare in disasters. The Veterinary Nurse. 2(9), 544-548
[Journal article]Authored by: Squance, H.
Squance, HE. (2011). Massey emergency response team deployed in Christchurch. Vetscript. XXIV(11), 47-48
[Journal article]Authored by: Squance, H.
Squance, HE. (2011). Emergency response: Vets answer call after Christchurch earthquake. Welfare Pulse. (8), 12-13
[Journal article]Authored by: Squance, H.
Squance, HE. (2011). Christchurch Earthquake February 22 2011. : NZ USAR Search Dog Association
[Internet publication]Authored by: Squance, H.
Squance, HE. (2008). Management of the heat stroke patient. Other Journal. Please Provide Details on Cover Sheet. 14(46), 9-16
[Journal article]Authored by: Squance, H.
Squance, HE. (2007). Veterinary nursing in a tropical climate: Exposure to weird and wonderful infections. The New Zealand Veterinary Nurse. 13(41), 15-19
[Journal article]Authored by: Squance, H.
Squance, HE. (2007). AVTE 20th biennial symposium: Waco Texas. The New Zealand Veterinary Nurse. 13(43), 32-33
[Journal article]Authored by: Squance, H.

Creative Work

Squance, HE.August
[Media]Authored by: Squance, H.

Thesis

Squance, HE. (2011). Animal Welfare Emergency Management: Educational needs. (Master's Thesis, Massey University, Palmerston North)
[Masters Thesis]Authored by: Squance, H.Edited by: Parkinson, T.

Conference

Squance, HE. (2015, October). Animal welfare emergency management: Why bother with integrating into an emergency risk management framework?. Presented at 8th Australasian Natural Hazards Management Conference. Leederville, Western Australia.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Squance, H.
Squance, H., Hill, K., & Stratton, RB. (2013). Review of police and urban search and rescue dogs health survey during Christchurch deployment. , Australian & New Zealand disaster and emergency management conference
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Squance, H., Stratton, R.
hill, KE., Squance, H., Pauwels, FE., Stratton, RB., & Nixey, J. (2013). Medical evaluation of the urban search and rescue and police dogs deployed during the earthquake response of Christchurch February 2011. Poster session presented at the meeting of Australian & New Zealand Disaster and Emergency Management Conference. Mercure Hotel, Brisbane
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Hill, K., Squance, H., Stratton, R.
Hill, K., & Squance, H. (2013). Evaluation of the morbidity and mortality of animals post Canterbury earthquakes: A pilot study. In WSAVA FASAVA 2013 Congress Handbook(pp. 600 - 600). , World Small Animal Veterinary Association [WSAVA] and Federation of Asian Small Animal Veterinary Association [FASAVA] 38th Annual Congress New Zealand: World Small Animal Veterinary Association
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Hill, K., Squance, H.
Hill, K., & Squance, H. (2013, March). Evaluation of the morbidity and mortality of animals post Canterbury earthquakes. Presented at World Small Animal Veterinary Association [WSAVA] and Federation of Asian Small Animal Veterinary Association [FASAVA] 38th Annual Congress. Auckland, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Hill, K., Squance, H.
Hill, K., & Squance, H. (2013). Evaluation of the morbidity and mortality of animals post canterbury earthquakes: A pilot study. In Australian and New Zealand Disaster and Emergency Management Conference: Earth: Fire and Rain: Abstracts(pp. 13 - 13). , Australian and New Zealand Disaster and Emergency Management Conference: Earth: Fire and Rain: Disaster and Emergency Management
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Hill, K., Squance, H.
Squance, HE. (2011, December). Veterinary Emergency Response Team, ChCh disaster. Presented at Companion Animal Patrons' Day. Palmerston North, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Squance, H.
Squance, HE. (2011). Educational and technical considerations of veterinary personnel involved in animal welfare during disasters. In Prehospital and Disaster Medicine Vol. 26 (pp. 98 - 98). , 17th World Congress on Disaster and Emergency Medicine United States of America: World Association for Disaster and Emergency Medicine
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Squance, H.
Squance, HE. (2010). Educational and technical considerations of personnel involved in companion animal welfare during disasters. Proceedings of the fourth AIAM Annual Conference on urban animal management. (pp. 37 - 43). Australia: 4th Australian Institute of Animal Management (AIAM) Annual Conference on Urban Animal Management
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Squance, H.
Squance, HE. (2006). Intensive nursing care of a severe parvovirus enteritis patient. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the New Zealand Veterinary Nursing Association. (pp. 147 - 150). : Annual Conference of the New Zealand Veterinary Nursing Association
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Squance, H.
Squance, HE. (2006). Intensive care monitoring of the acute renal failure patient. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the New Zealand Veterinary Nursing Association. (pp. 143 - 145). : Annual Conference of the New Zealand Veterinary Nursing Association
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Squance, H.
Squance, HE. (2006). Monitoring and nursing care of the critically ill patient. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the New Zealand Veterinary Nursing Association. (pp. 109 - 119). : Annual Conference of the New Zealand Veterinary Nursing Association
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Squance, H.

Other

Squance, H. (2012, October). Veterinary technology in Australasia- broadening our horizons. In Institute of Veterinary, Animal and Biomedical Sciences Seminar Series: Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Squance, H.
Squance, HE. (2006). Don't forget your pets, say vets, in pandemic panic. (pp. 10 - 10).
[Other]Authored by: Squance, H.
Squance, HE. (2006). Think about your pets too. (pp. 1 - 1).
[Other]Authored by: Squance, H.

Consultancy and Languages

Consultancy

  • Sept 2009 - April 2011 - BML Veterinary Consultant Ltd
    Primary author of a national and international resource on planning for animal welfare emergency (disaster) management, commissioned by the National Animal Welfare Emergency Management Advisory Group.

Supervision and Teaching

Teaching

Paper Co-ordination:

193.212 Veterinary Medical Nursing

193.306 Integrative Studies for Veterinary Technologists

193.303 Advanced clinical studies

193.304 Animal Emergency Response

Courses Coordinated

  • 193.304 Animal Welfare Emergency Management

Media and Links

Media

  • 21 Jan 2016 - Newspaper
    Trapped " Horse" removed from ditch

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