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WikiVet recommended pages

Over 5,000 pages of content covering the entire veterinary curriculum.

WikiVet Drag and Drop (Dragster) Test your knowledge using drag and drop boxes. Dragsters are sets of anatomy images with labels to drag onto the relevant area.
WikiVet Quiz contains multiple choice questions for both preclinical and clinical topics with feedback and links to the relevant WikiVet article.
WikiVet Flashcards are a self assessment tool with questions, answers and links to the relevant article on WikiVet. Test your knowledge using flashcards.
WikiVet Podcasts is a selection of relevant podcasts. Currently we have links to the largest set of veterinary podcasts on Clinical, Research and Disease topics.
Computer Aided Learning consists of a selection of the best free and useful veterinary computer aided learning applications and programmes for vets and students.
Veterinary Web Links
Veterinary Educational Websites is the largest listing of educational web links on the web and many of these have been reviewed by vets and students.
WikiVet Videos Project is WikiVet's own video website where you can find a large collection of veterinary videos on anatomy, husbandry and clinical topics.
VET Talks Project is a joint project of WikiVet and International Veterinary Students' Association (IVSA)/Standing Committee on Veterinary Education (SCoVE) on e-learning videos by outstanding speakers all over the world.
Online Veterinary Anatomy Museum project of WikiVet, is the largest set of online veterinary anatomy exhibits within one collection.
Full Text Articles
CABI Infectious Diseases Pages is a partnership page series of CABI Animal Health and Production Compendium.

CABI is a not-for-profit international organization that improves people’s lives by providing information and applying scientific expertise to solve problems in agriculture and the environment.

Vetstream clinical educational resource is a partnership page series of Vetstream.

Vetstream is the world’s largest online source of peer-reviewed point-of care veterinary content for the veterinary treatment of Dogs, Cats, Horses and Rabbits via its Canis, Felis, Equis and Lapis services.