Rhiannon joined the CCRI in 2007 and was involved in a variety of projects in the CCRI, primary in relation to fieldwork and data analysis. In 2012 Rhiannon took up a post as lecturer in rural land use and management at the Royal Agricultural University. She is currently working with Dr Damian Maye on the social science study to accompany the Badger Vaccine Deployment Programme, which is funded by Defra. In 2012, Rhiannon accepted a position on the Board of Trustees for the Gloucestershire Rural Community Council. Rhiannon was also a part time PhD student at the CCRI exploring the role of social capital in increasing the response capacity of farmers to bovine tuberculosis, and she successfully defended her thesis in January 2013, subject to very minor amendments.
Naylor, R., Manley, W., Maye, D., Enticott, G., Ilbery, B. and Hamilton-Webb, A. (2017) The framing of public knowledge controversies in the media: a comparative analysis of the portrayal of badger vaccination in the English national, regional and farming press. Sociologia Ruralis, Volume 57, Issue 1, January 2017, Pages 3–22. DOI: 10.1111/soru.12105. Available online.
Broughan, J.M., Maye, D., Carmody, P., Brunton, L.A., Ashton, A., Wint, W., Alexander, N., Naylor, R., Ward, K., Goodchild, A.V., Hinchliffe, S., Eglin, R.D., Upton, P., Nicholson, R. and Enticott, G. (2016 in press) Farm characteristics and farmer perceptions associated with bovine tuberculosis incidents in areas of emerging endemic spread. Preventive Veterinary Medicine. ISSN 01675877 doi:10.1016/j.prevetmed.2016.05.00
Fisher, R., Maye, D., Ilbery, B., Enticott, G. and Kirwan, J. (2012) The spatial distribution of bovine tuberculosis in England. Geography. .97, 2, 68-77.
Enticott, G., Maye, D., Ilbery, B., Fisher, R. and Kirwan, J. (2012) Farmers’ confidence in vaccinating badgers against bovine Tuberculosis. Veterinary Record. Published Online First: 11 January 2012 doi:10.1136/vr.100079.