The VMD is looking into the possibility of improving communications with veterinary profession members through the use of Twitter.

social-media-1795578_1920In a bid to find out what people think about the idea, it is asking vets, VNs, suitably qualified persons and associated professions within industry to complete a short survey.

Improve communications

In a statement, the VMD said: “The VMD is looking at the benefits of using Twitter.

“We are always keen to improve our communications with you and we know that some of you use Twitter. We’d really like to hear your views.”

Hugely valuable

The statement continued: “This short survey will only take a few minutes, but will be hugely valuable to us as we decide how best to engage with you in future. All responses will remain anonymous.”

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