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Welcome to all new registered users in 2015 - you are joining a global community of 45,240 veterinary students and practitioners. For more information about how to get the most out of the site, please take a look at this section.

VET Talks launched with the International Veterinary Students Association (IVSA)

WikiVet and the IVSA have been working over the last year on developing a brand new online resource which we have called VET Talks. These are short video lectures on key topics given by experts at participating veterinary schools. Each video is no longer than 15 minutes in length to make it easy to watch online. They all come with a fact sheet with additional information. We think this is going to be a really valuable new learning tool for students - feedback so far has been outstanding!

NEW Nutrition Content as a Result of WikiVet and Mars Petcare Collaboration

WikiVet and Mars Petcare have launched new veterinary educational materials focused on cat and dog nutrition and its role in health and wellbeing. Through an exciting collaboration, WikiVet and Mars Petcare continue to improve the quality and reach of reference materials available to veterinary students, practicing veterinarians, and vet nurses. The content has been developed in conjunction with subject experts Dan Chan, Dr Richard Butterwick, Dr Ivan Burger, Dr Penelope Morris and Dr Lisa Weeth.

WikiVet and Ceva Collaborate on New Behaviour Module

WikiVet has worked with widely respected veterinary behaviourist, Jon Bowen and Ceva Santé Animale to produce a comprehensive Feline Behaviour module that will be invaluable for both veterinary students and graduates. This resource includes high quality training and reference materials on normal and problem behaviour of cats in order to increase awareness of this important area of veterinary practice. To emphasise the relevance of behaviour to the veterinary school curriculum, WikiVet has also released a Global Challenge Quiz with e-book prizes for the winners provided by Wiley. To find out more, watch our video introduction and then go to the Feline Behaviour module.


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