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Elsevier to publish Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia
- 21 Apr 2017

Elsevier, the information analytics company specialising in science and health, has announced that it will be the new publisher of Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia beginning in the spring of 2017.

Established in 1970, Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia is the official journal of the Association of Veterinary Anaesthetists and the American College of Veterinary Anesthesia and Analgesia. The journal publishes original, peer-reviewed articles covering all branches of anaesthesia and the relief of pain in animals, alongside reviews, editorials, case reports and more.

Elsevier and the journal's prestigious international editorial board will be working closely together to maximize the benefits that Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia can provide to its global community of large and small animal veterinary medicine professionals, researchers, academic clinicians, practicing veterinarians, as well as the libraries that serve them. Subscribers will have access to the journal's content through Elsevier's online platforms. These offer readers enhanced features and expanded discoverability, while authors benefit from seamless and easy dissemination of their work.

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Saunders Solutions for Vets' suite of eCPD courses now available via Vetstream's Vetacademy
- 20 Mar 2012

STM publisher Elsevier, Netherlands, has announced that Saunders Solutions for Vets' suite of online Continuing Professional Development (eCPD) courses are now available through Vetstream's Vetacademy.

Vetacademy, an online learning platform for the veterinary market, claims to be the first of its kind to offer a 'department store' of courses and modules from three of the world's leading training and CPD providers on a range of clinical and practice management and related topics. Vetstream's Vetacademy is designed to provide a 'one stop shop' for online CPD thus making it the perfect platform to host and distribute the unique Saunders Solutions for Vets' suite of eCPD courses.

While many e-learning courses rely on offering static web pages or simple presentation of videos, Saunders Solutions for Vets' courses constantly engage the learner to give quick and memorable routes to improving practical outcomes. Each course offers six modules of core principles to reprise and refresh the basics, followed by five case study modules giving practical and concrete scenarios. The combination of frequent interactivity, self-assessment and careful structuring makes these courses a very sophisticated, effective form of online learning.

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Irish Veterinary Journal publishes first open access articles with BioMed Central
- 01 Apr 2011

Open access publisher BioMed Central, UK, has announced that the Irish Veterinary Journal, the official journal of Veterinary Ireland, has published its first open access articles. Irish Veterinary Journal has been publishing for 65 years and has recently transferred over to BioMed Central to begin a new open access chapter in its history.

Led by Editor-in-Chief Professor Michael Doherty, the journal publishes articles on all aspects of veterinary research involving both domestic and wild species of animals, with a special emphasis on the Irish veterinary community. The journal joins BioMed Central's rapidly growing cluster of veterinary journals, including the newly re-launched Veterinary Research that commenced open access publishing in January.

The first open access articles published include a review from Dr Donagh Berry et al. on the contribution of genetic makeup to differences in resistance to many diseases affecting cattle, and research from Dr Lies Beekhuis-Gibbon et al. on a pilot study for the development, implementation, and evaluation of a Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) based approach for the control of good udder health in dairy cows.

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SAGE to publish Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation
- 18 Feb 2011

Academic publisher SAGE has announced a partnership with American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians (AAVLD) to publish the Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation (JVDI). JVDI is the official journal of AAVLD. The journal will join SAGE's growing journals portfolio for veterinarians.

The AAVLD is a not-for-profit professional organisation which has disseminated information relating to the diagnosis of animal diseases since 1957. Members of the organisation receive the Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation as benefit of membership.

Launched in 1989, JVDI is currently ISI ranked in the top quartile in all categories among veterinary medicine journals, and is on both HighWire and ScholarOne. The journal presents information on all aspects of veterinary diagnostic science. Published bimonthly, it focuses on the major disciplines of anatomical pathology, bacteriology/mycology, clinical pathology, epidemiology, immunology, laboratory information management, molecular biology, parasitology, public health, toxicology, and virology.

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Veterinary Research joins BioMed Central's portfolio of veterinary journals
- 13 Jan 2011

Journal Veterinary Research recently published its first open access (OA) articles with OA publisher BioMed Central. The journal is now the flagship title in BioMed Central's expanding cluster of veterinary journals.

Headed by Editor-in-Chief Michel Brémont, Veterinary Research publishes novel research and review articles with a focus on animal infection, covering the fields of bacteriology, parasitology, virology, immunology, prion disease, and epidemiology. With an Impact Factor of 3.58, the journal is ranked number one in the Veterinary Sciences category of the Journal Citation Report, and continues to be supported by the French National Institute for Agricultural Research (INRA).

The first articles published with BioMed Central include research from Dr Sebastian Knapp et al on the overwintering mechanisms of the bluetongue virus, and from Dr Gonnie Nodelijk on the effectiveness of a breeding programme using resistant genotypes to obtain outbreak control in scrapie infected sheep. Veterinary practitioners and researchers can continue to look forward to many more articles from Veterinary Research that are now freely accessible worldwide.

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