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Dernière mise à jour : Mai 2018

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Florence Beaugrand

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Beaugrand Florence
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Associate professor
Contact details

ONIRIS - Ecole nationale vétérinaire, agroalimentaire et de l'alimentation Nantes-Atlantique
Site de la Chantrerie - CS 40706
44307 Nantes cedex 03
Email : florence (point) beaugrand (at) oniris-nantes (point) fr
Tél : 02 40 68 78 48
Fax : 02 40 68 77 68

Research Department

Animal Health

Department of Education of belonging

MSC (Management statistics communication)

Diplomas

  • PhD in Management Sciences from the MinesParisTech Scientific Management Centre
  • DEA (post-graduate diploma) in Scientific Management Methods, University of Paris Dauphine
  • AgroParisTech rural water and forest engineering engineer (ENGREF internal school)
  • Agricultural engineer AgroParisTech (Institut national agronomique Paris-Grignon)

Research topics

  • Contracts
  • Animal Health Management

Teaching themes

  • Strategy
  • Marketing
  • Accounting
  • HR
  • Management
  • Project Management
  • Communication
Links

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Florence_Beaugrand

Publications
  • Bonnet-Beaugrand F., Bareille N., Assié S. 2019. La réduction d’usage des antibiotiques dans les systèmes de production bovins lait et viande : adaptations à l’échelle de l’élevage et dans la filière pour conserver la maitrise du risque. Analyse de quelques exemples. Innovations Agronomiques, 77:45-60.
  • David V., Bonnet-Beaugrand F., Gay E., Bastien J., Ducrot C. 2019. Evolution de l’usage des antibiotiques en filières bovins lait et bovins viande : état d’avancement et perspectives. INRA Productions Animales, 32(2):291-304 [IF19=0.741] DOI: 10.20870/productions-animales.2019.32.2.2469.
  • Insignares, F. Bonnet-Beaugrand, F., Frontline leadership and communication skills practice and reflection with real clients through one-week 4th year rotation at Oniris teaching Hospital in Nantes, France, In VetEd Symposium, Rothamsted, UK, 2019/07/3-5.
  • Poizat A., Duvaleix-Treguer S., Rault A., Bonnet-Beaugrand F. 2019. Le marché des broutards en France. Organisation de la filière, transmission de l’information et qualité. Economie Rurale, (368):107-127
  • Ducrot C., Adam C., Beaugrand F., Belloc C., Bluhm J., Chauvin C., Cholton M., Collineau L., Faisnel J., Fortané N., Frappat B., Hellec F., Hémonic A., Joly N., Lhermie G., Magne M. A., Paul M., Poizat A., Raboisson D., Rousset N. 2018. Apport de la sociologie à l’étude de la réduction d’usage des antibiotiques. INRA Productions Animales, 31(4):307-324 [IF19=0.741] DOI: 10.20870/productions-animales.2018.31.4.2395.
  • Insignares F., Bonnet-Beaugrand F., Bisson C., Drut A., Ibisch C., Martin L., Senecat O., 2018, Effects of communication training on ability to identify key interpersonal skills using videotaped simulations : 3. And 4. Year veterinary students. In VetEd Symposium, Utrecht, 2018/07/05-06.
  • Poizat A., Frappat B., Corbe, S., Roussel P., Le Guénic M., Bonnet-Beaugrand F., Duval J., Bareille N. 2018. Learnings from an exploratory implementation of an innovative training-program to reduce antibiotic use in the dairy sector. In, 13. European IFSA Symposium, Chania, Grèce, 2018/07/01-05.
  • Bareille F., Bonnet-Beaugrand F., Duvaleix-Tréguer S. 2017. Objectives’ alignment between members and agricultural cooperatives. Review of Agricultural, Food and Environmental Studies, 98(1-2):75-91. DOI: 10.1007/s41130-017-0048-3.
  • Duval J. E., Bareille N., Madouasse A., de Joybert M., Sjöström K., Emanuelson U., Bonnet-Beaugrand F., Fourichon C. 2017. Evaluation of the impact of a Herd Health and Production Management programme in organic dairy cattle farms: a process evaluation approach. Animal, 12(7):1475-1483 [IF19=2.400] DOI: 10.1017/S1751731117002841.
  • Poizat A., Bonnet-Beaugrand F., Rault A., Fourichon C., Bareille N. 2017. Antibiotic use by farmers to control mastitis as influenced by health advice and dairy farming systems. Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 146:61-72. [IF19=2.304] DOI: 10.1016/j.prevetmed.2017.07.016.
  • Bonnet-Beaugrand F., Bareille N., Defois J., Fortané N., Frappat B., Gros A., Joly N., Samedi C. 2016. Step by step towards a reduction in antibiotics in French dairy cattle farms: a typology of trajectories of change based on learning and advice. In, 12. European International farming systems association (IFSA) Symposium, Newport, Royaume-Uni, 2016/07/12-15, 2308-2328.
  • Joly N., Adam C., Bonnet-Beaugrand F., Defois J., Ducrot C., Fortané N., Frappat B., Gros A., Hellec F., Manoli C., Paul M., Poizat A., Samedi C. 2016. Experiments in animal farming practice: the case of decreasing the use of antimicrobials in livestock (France). In, 12. European International farming systems association (IFSA) Symposium, Newport, Royaume-Uni, 2016/07/12-15, 510-522.
  • Fortané N., Bonnet-Beaugrand F., Hémonic A., Samedi C., Savy A., Belloc C. 2015. Learning Processes and Trajectories for the Reduction of Antibiotic Use in Pig Farming: A Qualitative Approach. Antibiotics, 4(4):435 DOI: 10.3390/antibiotics4040435.