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Free Veterinary Resources: Home
Information services for veterinary students that are free or free with registration.
WikiVet is a worldwide collaborative project to develop a comprehensive on-line peer reviewed veterinary knowledge database. The aim is to cover the entire undergraduate curriculum. Highly recommended.
VIN is free to veterinary students who provide their university assigned student email address (often .edu or .ac), the name of the university they are attending, the degree they are earning, and the date (month and year) they expect to graduate. Check out the VIN Associate Library
A non-profit, free veterinary website for veterinary professionals. Their Library section provides access to full-text papers from selected conference proceedings, full text from online books, CE courses and more. Registration is required.
"Veterinary Team Brief, the only journal to combine medical and professional skills in one resource. Veterinary Team Brief provides brief, concise tips on clinical strategies, client communication, and practice protocols. Each issue delivers practical solutions to the challenges faced by the entire team."
"...a new way of keeping up to date with the latest evidence; inFOCUS watches all relevant veterinary journals to provide you with concise summaries of the most important, interesting or practice-critical primary and secondary material."