Last Updated: Jul 11, 2014
Who do we serve?
- Veterinarians, veterinary technicians, and veterinary practice staff in the state of Tennessee
- Veterinary alumni of UT College of Veterinary Medicine
What do we do?
- UTK Graduates have access to ejournals and database 6 months post-graduation. Licensing restrictions prevent us from providing UTK Graduates access to our e-journals and databases after the 6 month post-graduation period is up. However, we (UTK Librarians/UTK Libraries) are advocating for new pubilshing models that will bring down the access barriers currently in place to veterinarians and staff. We hope that veterinarians will partner with us to actively advocate for open access publishing through their professional associations (AAHA, AVMA, state organizations etc.) and funders (MAF, Winn, etc.).
- Database Search assistance (CAB ABSTRACTS for example)- we will help you find evidence in databases to support your practice or continuing education.
- Articles: For Veterinarians practicing in Tennessee only, we provide article copies. If you are a UT alum living in a different state, check with the veterinary library in your state or region about article delivery services.
- Because of the cost of interlibrary loan fees and copyright fees, we are not able to get items from other libraries for individuals who are not faculty, staff, or students at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Veterinary trade magazines, associations, and others offer quality additional content, much of it free.
Register for access and/or email update services.
Use the open source software Zotero to collect, organize, cite and share everything you find on the Web.
- DVM360 supports both medicine and business aspects of practice
Forms available!: click on Business tab, then Practice Procedures for forms, tips, tools.
- Clinician's Brief NAVC
- Veterinary Clinical Digest from Wiley
Free access to articles selected by Alex Gough published by Wiley.
- Compendium and other magazines from VetLearn
Register for free access to Compendium and Veterinary Technician.
2/2014 Press release: "NAVC will begin to manage and publish Vetlearn’s publications and websites, such as Compendium, Veterinary Technician, and Standards of Care; however, both organizations will co-own the material produced. Vetlearn and NAVC had partnered for more than 30 years prior to this announcement. According to an NAVC press release, the new arrangement is intended to keep intact the Vetlearn editorial teams. In addition to using current Vetlearn content in VetFolio, the NAVC will add new content monthly."
- Banfield Journal
No longer in paper starting 2014
- Articles by Wendy Myers of Communication Solutions
- The Preventive Vet
Dr. Jason Nicholas. Subscribe to his weekly email health and safety tip.
- Today's Veterinary Practice
New journal, "peer-reviewed", indexed in CAB ABSTRACTS.
If requesting help, please include email address!