Back in February 2020, James Cook University started a Veterinary Wellbeing Study in Singapore Context.
In 2022-203, SVA is partnering with faculty members from the National University of Singapore (NUS) and the Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS) for a new research project to learn more.
They are investigating the impact of our workplaces on our eating behaviours, and they need your help.
The objective is to promote global awareness of the importance of mental wellbeing among vet professionals and to enhance the welfare of the vet industry.
**Please forward this page and survey link to vets, nurses and assistants and all other vet professionals/employees in your clinic so they can also participate.
All you need to do is to complete two 10-15-minute surveys approximately 2-4 weeks apart.
In exchange for completing the surveys, the research team will send you and your participating colleagues NTUC shopping vouchers worth of SGD$30 EACH.
(Everyone that participates will receive the vouchers!)
This is a small token of our appreciation for your time and effort!
**Please complete the first survey before 30/12/2022.
Here is the first survey link:
Please note, this study has received ethical approval from an Institutional Review Board. The data will be kept confidential with the research team (SUSS and NUS).
For any questions, please contact Dr. Vanessa Liu at SUSS at 6240 8831 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We hope you will participate in our study! We sincerely appreciate your input as we learn more about work environments in the local vet clinics.
(SVA liaison: Dr Haoting Chow, DVM)