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Surveys

The VetSet2Go Veterinary Client Survey

The Veterinary Client Survey investigated the experiences of veterinary clients in order to better understand the key skills that veterinary graduates need to deliver great service. The survey asked clients to consider what is most important to them when they interact with a vet.

The survey ran for 28 days, from Wednesday 23rd November until Friday 30th December 2016, and achieved 1,507 respondents worldwide.

The results from this survey have contributed towards the development of VetSet2Go’s Veterinary Employability Framework, Resource Cards, and the online Assessment of Veterinary Employability, to inform the teaching and assessment of veterinary students, and to help prepare them for the realities (and joys!) of the veterinary profession.

Please click here for the VetSet2Go Veterinary Client Survey Report.


The VetSet2Go Stakeholder Perceptions Survey

The Stakeholder Perceptions Survey investigated the perceptions of recent graduate and employee veterinarians, vet and non-vet employers, allied staff, academics and policy makers on the topic of veterinary employability.

The survey ran for 8 weeks, from Monday 19th September until Sunday 13th November 2016, and achieved 1,519 respondents worldwide.

The results from this survey have contributed towards the development of VetSet2Go’s Veterinary Employability Framework, Resource Cards, and the online Assessment of Veterinary Employability, to inform the teaching and assessment of veterinary students, and to help prepare them for the realities (and joys!) of the veterinary profession.

Please click here for the VetSet2Go Stakeholder Perceptions Survey Report.


The VetSet2Go Veterinarian Motivations and Resilience Survey

This survey is now closed. Thank you to all 342 participants. This data will contribute to the development of psychometrically sound measures specific to Veterinary Medicine which researchers, educators and clinicians alike will be able to use to better understand professional motivations and resilience.

We await formal publication before these results will be made available on this website.

  • Murdoch University
  • Washington State University
  • University of Edinburgh (UK)
  • University of Nottingham (UK)
  • University of Queensland
  • University of Adelaide
  • University of Sydney