WikiVet News and Updates
Welcome to all new veterinary students registering in 2014, take a look at this section which explain how you can get the most out of WikiVet during your studies.
There are currently 5,587 articles on WikiVet and 39,209 registered users of the site.
New Content on WikiVet
WikiVet has collaborated with Lisa Milella BVSc DipEVDC MRCVS and Mars Petcare to produce a comprehensive Small Animal Dentistry module that will be invaluable for both veterinary students and graduates.
WikiVet and Mars Petcare Collaborate to Provide High-Quality Online Veterinary Resources
WikiVet and Mars Petcare have announced a collaboration that aims to improve the quality and reach of dentistry teaching materials freely available online to veterinary students, practising veterinarians and vet nurses through WikiVet’s innovative and expanding veterinary encyclopaedia. The collaboration will develop high quality training and reference materials on certain areas of preventative dental healthcare to increase awareness and complement the growing vet school curriculum in this area.
View Slideshare presentation about the collaboration.
VetPrep has generously provided free access to a series of e-lectures through WikiVet. These include sessions on Feline Herpes virus, PRSS, Canine Intestinal Obstructions and Equine Streptococcus. These can be accessed through the Lectures link on the left side menu.
WikiVet is pleased to announce the generous donation from the British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA) who have provided textbooks to support our new Challenge and outreach programs. Copies of the BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Dentistry will be offered to students and vetschools in the Global Challenge.
AVS and IVSA
We are also really pleased that the Association of Veterinary Students and the International Veterinary Students Association have agreed to work with WikiVet in raising awareness of the site with their associated veterinary schools. We look forward to developing this partnership in the future.
WikiVet 2014 Review
The latest update of WikiVet activities with information about the continued growth of the site is available here.
We have recently created a promotional flier for WikiVet as we are looking to recruit even more new students this year than ever before. We hope you will print out the flier and then be inspired to email it around to new students, distribute it as a handout or even stick it on a noticeboard.
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