Veterinary science and V Guide - Resources and Review

Description of current activities in research and teaching, including details of degrees and courses available. Mainly in English.
Aims to ensure the health and care of animals and plants, improve agricultural productivity, and contribute to the national economy and the public health.
A series of articles on diagnosis, medication, complications, and home testing procedures, together with general information about the diet and exercise required by a diabetic pet.
Refereed journal which features articles, professional pages, animal owners pages and online editorial.
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Edinburgh. Provides links to the academic divisions in the school, online directories and other resources.
Searchable directory of over 3000 UK veterinary surgeries. Local practices can be found using a postcode or place name search, or by browsing listings by county.
Collection of peer
reviewed articles written by veterinary professionals, addressing a range of veterinary topics which include radiology, fertility, and hand rearing.
Links to over 100 veterinary journals with online tables of contents. Includes American, Australian, British, Canadian, German, Israeli and Japanese publications.
Set of links to journals relevant to veterinary medicine. Some have only subscription information online, others have tables of contents, abstracts or full text.
Official information from the UK government on the outbreak of Foot and Mouth disease in February 2001. Includes details of infected areas, answers to frequently asked questions about FMD, factsheets on the disease, and a guide to signs of the disease in pigs, sheep, and cattle.
Searchable index to resources in forestry, veterinary, agricultural, food and environmental sciences. Subjects include fisheries and aquaculture, pollution, plant protection, and human nutrition.
Cornell Vet Web Server.
Set of links to selected, evaluated and annotated Internet resources relevant to veterinary medicine and animal health.
Directory of resources in preclinical and paraclinical sciences, medicine and surgery, ethics and issues, careers, and other subjects relevant to veterinary science, both in practice and academia.
Database of around 500 signs or symptoms, 4,000 diagnoses, and 10,000 literature references to diseases in eight animal groups. Users can search by diagnosis or sign key word.
Offers a database of veterinary practitioners in the UK, searchable by practice name, town, postcode, specialities, or practice interests.
Offers links to veterinary and other resources relating to sheep, goats, llamas, alpacas, and other small ruminant animals.
Information detailing common diseases and ailments which afflict sheep. Problems covered include polyarthritis, mastitis, scrapie, pneumonia, white muscle disease, and neurological conditions. Also features guidelines on the use of antibiotics in the treatment of sheep.
Group for those employed or interested in the dissemination of animal health information to encourage resource sharing and foster cooperation. Features details of the group, an index of UK and Irish university veterinary schools and links to related sites.
Directory of veterinary hospitals, a pet care library, colouring activities for children, a newsletter, FAQs, and a recommended reading list addressing issues such as pet behaviour, general care, and loss.
Project investigating the development of information services for veterinary and animal health researchers. Offers a brief outline of the study, lists the institutional partners, and provides access to their library catalogues.
Set of annotated links to online courses, course descriptions, tutorials, assignments, tests and other materials used in the teaching of veterinary medicine.
Registered charity which aims to foster interest in, and to disseminate knowledge of, veterinary pharmacology and therapeutics. Includes details of the background to the Association, and information on forthcoming events.
Subject centre aiming to establish and support a network of academic practitioners, identify and promote information on good practices of learning, teaching and assessment, and create opportunities for professional development in the field of medicine, dentistry, and veterinary medicine.
Consortium of the six United Kingdom veterinary schools aiming to make computer assisted learning (CAL) an established and expanding feature of veterinary undergraduate education in all subjects of the veterinary course. The project develops computer aided learning materials for undergraduate and postgraduate studies across the veterinary and biomedical curricula.
Extensive index of links to a range of veterinary resources. Includes meetings, conferences, publications, organisations, associations, nutrition, images, animal health and diseases, mailing lists and newsgroups.
Searchable collection of photographs, depicting the brains of over 100 species of mammals. Includes a picture of each animal, distribution maps, whole and sectoral brain images, and provides information about brain evolution, collection and preparation of specimens, and the importance of this research.
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