Voice of the Veterinary Profession survey panel

Our Voice of the Veterinary Profession survey offers BVA members the chance to anonymously share their thoughts, opinions and experiences of working in the profession. We’re seeking vets and vet students from all areas of the profession and across the UK to take part in future surveys. Join now by emailing your name and membership number to us using the link below.

Join the survey panel

What's involved in joining the survey panel?

Each year panel members are asked to answer two 15-minute online surveys and a couple of shorter, more targeted surveys – a commitment totalling less than an hour a year.

Who can join?

Panel membership is open to all UK-based BVA members who are qualified veterinary surgeons or veterinary students. Before every survey we ensure the panel is representative of the BVA membership as well as RCVS membership.

Due to the media interest in pet healthcare, the surveys do contain more questions directed at members in small and mixed practice. However we will always ensure a mix of questions relevant to members in all areas of work.

Who runs the survey panel?

We work with the independent research company IFF Research. IFF Research is accredited by the Interviewer Quality Control Scheme (IQCS) and is a partner member of the Market Research Society (MRS). 

Data Protection

The personal data of the survey panellists is shared securely with IFF Research so that they can perform the survey. It is kept by IFF Research for only as long as it is necessary and in accordance with UK law. All comments and views received from survey panellists as part of surveys are anonymous with findings reported on a general, rather than individual level. Both BVA and IFF Research take data protection very seriously and are registered with the Information Commissioner's Office.

Find out more about the survey panel

For more information about the Voice of the Veterinary Profession surveys please email media@bva.co.uk or call 020 7908 6340.

To join or to unsubscribe from the Voice of the Veterinary Profession survey panel please email your details to membership@bva.co.uk

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