The BVA has launched its biggest ever membership survey to measure and evaluate levels of satisfaction members have with the association and examine the value they place on its representative role and benefits package.
The British Veterinary Association (BVA) has launched its biggest ever membership survey to measure and evaluate the levels of satisfaction members have with the association and examine the value members place on BVA’s representative role and benefits package.
The research, entitled “Your BVA, Your Say” will take place throughout June and July, 2012.
A selection of members will be contacted by the external research agency Research by Design to take part in in-depth interviews to explore key themes of the research. Members who are currently practising and those in their final year at veterinary school will then be asked to complete an online survey.
In preparation for the research BVA is urging members to ensure the association has their most up-to-date contact details by visiting the member area of the BVA website or contacting the membership team on 020 7908 6350.
The results of the research will be used to develop and adapt BVA member services, activity and communication to ensure the association meets members’ requirements throughout their careers.
BVA president Carl Padgett said: “Our members are at the heart of everything we do, so it is essential we hear directly what our members think about, and want from, their association.
“I’d like to encourage members to find time to contribute their ideas and opinions which will shape the future direction of the BVA.
“This is the chance to really make a difference to the association!”