High levels of stress amongst German vets

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Our recent survey revealed that German veterinarians are second most stressed vets in Europe (right after Spain). CM Research conducted a survey with almost 2,800 vets from ten European countries*, including 269 German vets, asking them about the characteristics of their workloads, levels of work-related stress and work satisfaction, as well as work-life balance and ...

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Financial situation of vets in the UK slowly improving

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The latest round of consumer confidence figures from GFK NOP (UK) surveys show marked improvement taking place since the second half of the year. Consumers are generally feeling better off now than a year ago, but does this mean that the financial situation of vets has also improved? Our latest survey amongst more than 500 ...

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Owners / partners banking on future improvement

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It was recently reported that the profit margins of the UK’s top 500 practices had fallen to just 6.4% of sales, although the fall was not homogeneous as some practices actually saw increases. But what about vet earnings themselves? Since 2010 CM Research has been tracking vets’ earnings and their levels of job satisfaction and ...

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New article featuring CM Research!

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The data from one of our largest surveys amongst European veterinarians has been used to write a 5-page dossier on veterinary profession. The dossier has been published in a French weekly veterinary magazine – La Semaine Vétérinaire. To access the article, please click here (abstract only available – you have to be a subscriber to ...

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Coming soon…Best New Veterinary Product of 2013

Posted by on Mar 5, 2014 in articles | No Comments

It was only about a year ago when we announced the best new veterinary products of 2012. The winners were voted best veterinary products of 2012 in a survey of 343 UK vets. Does anyone remember the frontrunners? Here is a quick reminder: Hill’s y/d  – a real breakthrough in management of feline hyperthyroid conditions ...

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