Whenever we can, we share the research results with all Vetspanel members. Here you have a chance to view the results of our recent surveys – feel free to have a look and let us know what you think. We hope you find the results interesting!

Vet Survey November 2016 – survey conducted from March, 2017 to May, 2017. 3.288 veterinary professionals in 11 European countries, Australia, USA and Latin America took part.

The report covers:

  • Demographics of the veterinary profession
  • Economic outlook of the clinic, recruitment plans, main challenges
  • Job satisfaction and stress levels, holidays taken, yearly income
  • Fees charged per consultation type
  • Social media to promote the clinic and apps usage.
  • Continuous professional education (CPD)
  • Use of analgesics and antibiotics in neutering
  • Suppliers

Vet Survey November 2015 – survey conducted from November, 2015 to February, 2016. 2,819 veterinary professionals in 11 countries took part.

The report covers:

  • Demographics of the veterinary profession
  • Economic outlook of the clinic, recruitment plans, main challenges
  • Job satisfaction and stress levels, holidays taken, yearly income
  • Fees charged per consultation type
  • Social media to promote the clinic and apps usage.
  • Continuous professional education (CPD)
  • Use of analgesics and antibiotics in neutering.

Vet Survey November 2014 – survey conducted in October and November 2014. 2,900 veterinary professionals in 11 countries took part.

The report covers:

  • Demographics of the veterinary profession
  • Economic outlook of the clinic, recruitment plans, main challenges
  • Job satisfaction and stress levels, holidays taken, yearly income
  • Fees charged per consultation type
  • Social media use to promote the clinic
  • Use of analgesics and antibiotics in neutering

Vet Survey November 2013 – survey conducted between August and October 2013. 2,793 veterinary professionals in 11 countries took part: Belgium, Czech Republic, Germany, Denmark, Spain, France, UK, Italy, Netherlands, Sweden and USA. The survey covered topics such as:

  • use of social media by veterinary practices;
  • consultation rates;
  • typical week workloads;
  • on-call duties and holiday allowance;
  • financial situation of veterinary professionals and clinics;
  • job satisfaction and stress levels among vets;
  • vets’ earnings.

Omnibus Survey April 2013 UK  survey conducted with 195 UK vets in March 2013. The vets shared their opinions on compulsory microchipping and veterinary congresses, reported changes in the numbers of malnourished, mistreated and overweight pets and voiced their concerns about challenges facing their practices. 

 

 

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