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Your opinions are important and shape the future of the veterinary industry at a whole. At Vetspanel you have the opportunity to get rewarded by sharing your opinion. Vetspanel has more than 20,000 members throughout Europe, Australia, North and South America.
Our annual Vetsurvey is shared with all participants and reports are published in major veterinary magazines across Europe.
Here you have a chance to view the results of our recent Vetsurvey- feel free to have a look and let us know what you think. We hope you find the results interesting!
Veterinary nurses overlooked as petition calls for better understanding
Veterinary nurses overlooked as petition calls for better understanding While it is commonly known that vet surgeons have one of the most demanding jobs, veterinary nurses are often overlooked when understanding the stress that those who work in the industry are under.
VetsSurvey 2020: part 2
VetsSurvey 2020: part 2 Here is the second release of the long awaited VetsSurvey 2020 data. Where the first release was focused on the impact of the pandemic, this report covers other aspects of veterinary life (because it’s not all about Covid-19!).
VetsSurvey 2020: part 1 – COVID-19 Global Pandemic impact on the veterinary market
COVID-19 Global Pandemic impact on the veterinary market VetsSurvey 2020 – Part 1 In March 2020 we embarked on a small project to track the impact of the pandemic on our Vetspanel members. We resolved to continue this for “as long as the pandemic lasts.” Proof that researchers should not speak in haste. In December 2020 we concluded the last […]
Brexit = Vetxit? Vet numbers fall as pet population rises
Brexit = Vetxit? Vet numbers fall as pet population rises While the coronavirus pandemic has created a whole host of issues for the veterinary industry globally, the UK has faced a new number of challenges following Brexit.
Pandemic delay in vaccination and check-ups a danger as parvovirus numbers rise
Pandemic delay in vaccination and check-ups a danger as parvovirus numbers rise The coronavirus pandemic has birthed a number of challenges for every industry, not least veterinarians. As there has been a rise in stress levels in vets, delays caused by lockdowns has led to a decline in treatments for pets, particularly vaccinations and check-ups, which has created a […]
Less experienced vets working longest hours in veterinary industry
Less experienced vets working longest hours in veterinary industry The latest data from over 800 companion animal veterinarians in the US has found that among employed vets, those with less experience tend to work on average around four hours per week more than those who have worked around 10 times as many years as a trained veterinarian.