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College of Applied Biology Summer Surveys

The College will be conducting several surveys through the late spring and summer to gain insight into several topics related to College registrants. The first of these surveys is a general demographic survey. The College is planning on delivering at least one more survey in the summer, of which one will be from the College’s Editorial Board regarding College publications. Kindly keep an eye on your inbox over the next few weeks and take a few moments to assist the College in its information gathering processes.

The surveys are anonymous -- the College will not be collecting any identifying personal information such as your name or registration number.


Summer Surveys -- Survey One -- General Registrant Information

Survey One -- General Registrant Information

This first survey is to gather general information about registrants of the College. This information will be used to:

  • Provide basic statistics of the College’s make up (e.g. age, gender identity, primary areas of practice etc.)
  • Implement the Professional Governance Act
  • Make improvements to the College’s governance and programs and;
  • Aid in fulfulment of our mandate to protect the public interest

The survey is anonymous, and the College will not be collecting any identifying personal information such as your name or registration number.

The survey is 18 multiple-choice questions and should take less than 10 minutes to complete. We hope that you can set aside a few minutes to complete the survey by June 29.

SURVEY COMPLETE. Check back soon for results!


College of Applied Biology Summer Surveys

Survey Two -- College Matters Content

The second survey reviews content possibilities for College Matters. The survey was developed by the College's Editorial Board, the working body that develops each issue of College Matters. Survey results will be used to help the College keep College Matters fresh and topical for readers.

The survey covers:

  • Possibility of themed issues
  • Recurring sections that are of interest to registrants;
  • Preferred method for reading College Matters
  • Opportunities to contribute content and ideas

The survey is anonymous, and the College will not be collecting any identifying personal information such as your name or registration number.

The survey is five questions, of which several are multiple-choice, and should take less than five minutes to complete. We look forward to receiving your feedback before the survey closes on INSERT DATE.

SURVEY COMING SOON. Check back for the link!