(Posted 1 June 2020)
Invitation to participate in study
The Covid-19 pandemic has raised additional and perhaps unforeseen ethically challenging situations (ECS) for those working in veterinary clinical settings. As part of her PhD study, Anne Fawcett is conducting a survey to determine the frequency, stressfulness and nature of these ethical challenges.
The survey is open to veterinarians, animal health technicians and veterinary nurses around the world who are over the age of 18. We estimate that it will take 15-20 minutes to complete.
To read the participant information statement and complete the survey, use this link: https://redcap.sydney.edu.au/surveys/?s=KDFEFHCKX3
This is an anonymous survey. You are welcome to share the link with colleagues.
For further information about this study, contact Anne Fawcett: email@example.com
Please note that person or organisation sharing this link is not involved in the research, and has no means of determining whether you participate in the survey, nor will they have access to any responses.
Dr Anne Fawcett BA(Hons) BScVet(Hons) BVSc(Hons) MVetStud GradCertEdStud(HigherEd) MANZCVS (Animal Welfare) Dip ECAWBM (AWSEL)
Room 309, Level 2, JD Stewart Building (B01), Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Sydney, NSW, 2006
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