septiembre 2016

Encuesta de la Asociación Mundial de Historia de la Veterinaria.

Desde la Asociación Mundial de Historia de la Veterinaria (WAHVM), actualmente en proceso de revisión de sus actividades,  solicitan que se llene un cuestionario sobre fines y actividades posibles de la Asociación con el propósito de hacerlos más útiles y relevantes para todos los interesados en la historia de la veterinaria.
Quienes deseen contestar la encuesta deberán hacerlo antes del 20 de septiembre.

Dear colleagues,
You are receiving this email either because you are a member of the World Association for the History of Veterinary Medicine or because you have been identified as someone with an interest in veterinary history.
The WAHVM is currently reviewing its activities in order to make them more useful and relevant to those interested in veterinary history. We would welcome your opinion. Please follow this link to complete a short survey. It will only take 5-10 minutes.
Please note there is a small technical problem with questions 13 and 19 which does not allow multiple selections to be made. Please add a note in the comment boxes if needed.
Please forward this survey to your colleagues and to members of national veterinary history societies. It will remain open until 20 September.
Survey findings and WAHVM’s responses will be posted on by the end of 2016.
Please also advise Andrew Gardiner, Secretary (sender of this email) of changes to your contact details or updated contacts for our database and future mailings.

Thank you,

Abigail Woods
President of WAHVM.
Professor of the History of Human and Animal Health.
Head of the Department of History,
Kings College London,
London WC2R 2LS
0207 848 7564

Andrew Gardiner BVM&S, Cert SAS, MSc, PhD, Dipl ECAWBM (AWSEL), MRCVS
Senior Lecturer
Clinical EMS Coordinator
European Veterinary Specilaist in Animal Welfare Science, Ethics and Law
Direct Dial: 0131 650 8788

The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies and The Roslin Institute
Easter Bush Campus, Midlothian, EH25 9RG
Tel: 0131 651 7300