Veterinarians Please Take This COVID-19 Survey

Equine and equine-mixed animal veterinarians are asked to take this EquiManagement survey conducted by Dr. Amy Grice.

Veterinarians please take the survey being conducted by Dr. Amy Grice to help us learn more about how practitioners are coping with the pandemic. iStock/Feellife

Veterinarians who are in equine exclusive or equine mixed animal practice are asked to take EquiManagement’s fall 2020 COVID-19 survey. Amy Grice, VMD, MBA, is conducting the survey on behalf of EquiManagement, and she will publish the results in the Winter 2020 issue of EquiManagement magazine. 

                                                    TAKE THE SURVEY HERE

That magazine will be posted as a downloadable PDF on the website so everyone who participates can see the results.

The fall pandemic survey is being sponsored by Merck Animal Health.

The purpose of this survey is to gauge the fiscal, physical and mental status of veterinarians as the pandemic reaches into the fall of 2020 and beyond. This survey is a follow-up to the survey conducted by Grice and published in April. (See the first survey article here.)

We ask that only veterinarians take the survey.

Thank you for your assistance as we strive to determine the state of the industry and learn ways that veterinarians have coped and where they need help.

                                                 TAKE THE SURVEY HERE

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