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Professor Carri Westgarth BSc MPH PhD

Professor in Human-Animal Interaction Livestock & One Health


I teach:
Veterinary undergraduate: companion animal welfare, the influence of companion animals on society, veterinary epidemiology, study design and statistics, research project supervision.
Bioveterinary science undergraduate: the influence of companion animals on society, research project supervision.
MSc: Animals and human society.

I teach veterinary epidemiology, the human-animal bond, and companion animal welfare to the undergraduates in the veterinary school and life sciences. I am teaching lead for veterinary epidemiology in Years 1 and 2. I am also module lead for the Masters module in Animals and human society where I teach qualitative research methods. I also teach companion animal behaviour and the human-animal bond to undergraduate animal behaviour students at Liverpool John Moores University. I supervise numerous veterinary and bioveterinary science undergraduate research projects.

I completed the Certificate in Professional Studies in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education in 2019 with Merit.

Modules for 2023-24

Animals & Human Society - Social Sciences, Animal Health & Contemporary Issues

Module code: VETS699

Role: Module Co-ordinator

Veterinary Epidemiology and Public Health

Module code: LIFE328

Role: Teaching