Help us shape the future of BSAS communications
BSAS members are being asked to give their views on the way the society shares news and information as part of its wider plans to improve the way it communicates.
The society wants to hear your thoughts on everything from its website and social media to emails and newsletters, to find out what kind of information you want - and how you want to receive it.
It also wants to find out how often you want to hear from the society, to ensure that the news it sends out is timely, relevant and interesting to as many members as possible.
You can share your views by taking part in our short survey, which should take around ten minutes to complete. All responses are anonymous, and will be used to help inform BSAS' long-term communications strategy.
Mike Steele, BSAS chief executive, says: "From news on jobs, training opportunities and grants, to information on events and latest developments in animal research, BSAS has huge amounts of information to share with members.
"We want to make sure our communications efforts are reaching as many people as possible, as well as ensuring that the information we offer is as accessible and clear as it can be. That's why we're keen to hear members' views on what we should be doing next to make the society work even better for them."
The survey will be open until Friday 31 March. To take part, click here.