Veterinary Education in Video is carefully cultivated to deliver high-caliber content relevant to veterinarians, vet techs, assistants, and other team members, and features demonstrations from many of the field’s most respected experts. All content in the collection comes from content partners approved by the Registry of Approved Continuing Education (RACE), an accreditation that demonstrates a dedication to high standards of quality and accuracy.
Providing a much-needed visual component to veterinary education, this collection of over 240 titles covers topics in six major categories: animal anatomy and physiology; animal behavior and learning; animal health, nutrition and disease; basic veterinary skills; the veterinary workplace; and veterinary treatments and procedures (performing and assisting).
JoVE Science Education is a library of simple video demonstrations teaching scientific fundamentals in biology, chemistry, physics, engineering, environmental sciences, psychology, and clinical skills.
Veterinary anatomical illustrations from the University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries Digital Collections. The primary focus of these illustrations is on the integumentary and musculoskeletal systems of the horse, cow, dog, lion, goat and deer.
Designed to help build a well-structured and focused clinical question that interactively searches the biomedical literature. Search terms are refined to support veterinary medicine when compared with the more widely known PICO models developed for human medicine.
The Veterinary Support Personnel Network (VSPN), part of the Veterinary Information Network, is an interactive online community of over 35,000 members ranging from veterinary assistant students to veterinary technician specialists.