STUDY | Sero-epidemiology of selected zoonoses amongst veterinarians and para-veterinary professionals in Western Cape Province, South Africa
Sero-epidemiology of selected zoonoses
amongst veterinarians and para-veterinary professionals in Western Cape Province, South Africa
Dear Veterinary Professional/s
Exciting news, we are conducting a study on the exposure of veterinary professionals to zoonoses in the Western Cape Province and on preventive measures that are currently in place in various types of practices/facilities. Could you please circulate this survey amongst SAVC registered veterinarians, veterinary nurses, animal health technicians, veterinary technologists and veterinary physiotherapists that may be working at you practice full time or part time?
Your feedback is very important to us. Please help us by sharing your experiences in the short survey using the link below. This will help us develop future strategies for keeping the veterinary profession safe in South Africa.
It will only take a few minutes of your time. Bear in mind that there are no right or wrong answers, it’s your honest answers that are most valuable that will help bring change.
The study has been approved by the Ethics Committee of the University of Witwatersrand (M22/03/43). Your comments remain confidential and your feedback is anonymous. The project outcomes will be submitted for publication in the South African Veterinary Journal, and, a popular article written with the study outcome in the SAVC newsletter.
If you have any questions please contact Dr Thireshni Chetty at ThireshniC@nicd.ac.za
Please complete the survey, using the link below:
Thank you for your interest. Please feel free to contact me on this email if you have any queries.