van Veggel, N. (2018) ‘Using a mixed methods approach to evaluate educational interventions in a specific cohort of students’ SAGE Video Case Studies, in post-production.

van Veggel, N. (2017) ‘Evidence-based professionalism in small specialist HE course management – reflexive thoughts on ongoing research’ Work Based Learning e-Journal, 7(1), in press. (pre-print available here until published)

van Veggel, N. (2017) ‘”But it worked for my mother’s cat”. Some common misconceptions about anecdotal evidence’ Veterinary Nursing Journal, 32(8), 239-240. DOI: 10.1080/17415349.2017.1330129

van Veggel, N. and Armstrong, M. (2017) ‘In dogs with periodontal disease is feeding a complete raw meat diet more effective than a complete kibble ‘dental’ diet at reducing periodontal disease?’ Veterinary Evidence, 2(2). DOI: 10.18849/ve.v2i2.88

van Veggel, N. (2017) ‘Using a mixed methods approach to evaluate undergraduate performance and opinion: the effect of maths tutorials on student maths confidence and academic performance’. SAGE Research Methods Cases, 2. DOI: 10.4135/9781473998940

van Veggel, N. (2017) ‘Reporting research’. Veterinary Record, 180(3), 78. DOI: 10.1136/vr.j321

Wakeling, C. and van Veggel, N. (2016) ‘Assessing canine breeders choices when determining a suitable stud across 15 breeds withing the pastoral group in the United Kingdom’. The GSD National Magazine, 30(4), 4-6. LINK

van Veggel, N. and Amory, J. (2014) ‘The impact of maths support tutorials on mathematics confidence and academic performance in a cohort of HE Animal Science students’. PeerJ, 2, e463. DOI: 10.7717/peerj.463

Leenaars, M., Hooijmans, C.R., van Veggel, N., ter Riet, G., Leeflang, L., Hooft, L., van der Wilt, G.J., Tillema, A. and Ritskes-Hoitinga, M. (2012) ‘A step-by-step guide to systematically identify preclinical studies’. Laboratory Animals, 46, 24-31. DOI: 10.1258/la.2011.011087

van Veggel, N. (2011) Als paraveterinair werken met wetenschappelijk bewijs: evidence-based veterinary nursing in de praktijk. Deel 2: Evalueren van wetenschappelijk bewijs’. Vedias INFO, 2, 28-29. LINK

van Veggel, N. (2011) ‘Als paraveterinair werken met wetenschappelijk bewijs: evidence-based veterinary nursing in de praktijk. Deel 1: Wetenschappelijk bewijs en evidence-based veterinary nursing’. Vedias INFO, 1, 32-33. LINK


van Veggel, N. and Nyari, E. (2017) ‘The effect of dog safety education on the recognition of dog visual behavioural cues in “at risk” scenarios in primary school children in the UK’. Advances in Animal Biosciences, 8(1), 123. DOI: 10.1017/S2040470017001479

van Veggel, N. and Amory, J.R. (2014) ‘The impact of maths support tutorials for higher education animal science students’ Advances in Animal Biosciences, 5(1), 187. DOI: 10.1017/S2040470014000028

Recent conference proceedings

van Veggel, N., Coop, T. and Verwijs, R. (2016) ‘Teaching animal nutrition through product development and design’. SEB Creativity in Science Teaching, Charles Darwin House, London, 12-14 December 2016. 15.

Goodman, E., Gardner, S. and van Veggel, N. (2015) ‘Effectiveness of a cleaning regime used in an educational reptile unit at controlling bacterial populations’. SGM Annual Conference 2015, ICC Birmingham, Birmingham, United Kingdom. 205.