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Survey launched to help shape future of the NOAH Compendium

The National Office of Animal Health has launched an independent survey seeking views on the NOAH Compendium of Data Sheets for Animal Medicines across all its formats (book, website and app) from users who work in veterinary practices.

Dawn Howard, NOAH’s chief executive, said: “In order to find out more about how the Compendium is used and to help identify future needs, we are running a survey of users who work in veterinary practices. We have enlisted the help of consultant Mo Gannon & Associates to help us in this task.

“The more feedback we get, the better we can plan how to best provide this valuable resource in the future, so we are really keen to get a good response. Taking part in the survey will give users the opportunity to say how they think we can improve the Compendium in future years to assist them in prescribing veterinary medicines and advising animal keepers on their use.

The survey will close on Friday, March 19th; to access it, click HERE.

The survey will take around 10 minutes to complete. All responses will be anonymised, but if you choose to leave your details.



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