Health and disease monitoring survey

14 August 2017

Each year BVA’s members say that surveillance in terms of health and disease monitoring is a policy priority for the profession.

The BVA Surveillance Working Group has been convened to better understand the profession’s relationship and current engagement with surveillance. The group is working to produce a policy position on health and disease monitoring and ultimately, the key asks for Government in a bid to improve the UK’s current health and disease monitoring networks.

The group is gathering information from across the profession and different practice areas including companion animal, large animal and equine. Wildlife is also being considered.

What does health and disease monitoring for companion animals mean to you?

Tell the BVA Surveillance Working Group in its ‘Surveillance use, understanding and engagement across the veterinary profession’ survey for England and Wales.

This is your chance to inform BVA’s policy position on veterinary health and disease monitoring for companion animals and its development of key asks for Government. The survey should take no more than 20 minutes and as a thank you for your time, you will have the opportunity to be entered into a prize draw to win a £100 Amazon gift voucher.  The closing date of the survey is 31st August 2017.

Take part in the survey