New website makes AVMA journals easier to access and use

Published on November 01, 2021
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Veterinary medicine’s most trusted scientific publications are transforming – and the evolution has begun online. An all-new AVMA journals website just launched with features that will support readers and the veterinary profession in 2022 and beyond. 

Inspired by readers, the changes make the journals website more practical, easier to access, and friendlier to use. Look for these and other improvements:

  • One sign-in link that simultaneously gives you access to both your journal content and
  • More user-friendly navigation
  • Great mobile experience
  • Intuitive design
  • Enhanced search that lets you find and filter content by topic or author

You’ll find all of your journal content in one easy-to-use site: scientific research, news, archives, and special features like JAVMA’s “What Is Your Diagnosis?” Check it out for yourself, and let us know what you think. 

See new website

Continuing to evolve

The new website is just the first step in an evolution that will position AVMA’s journals to continue leading veterinary medicine into the future. Continuing through 2022, JAVMA and AJVR are reimagining the reader experience with a series of wide-ranging changes that will make them even more practical, forward-looking, and authoritative. News and leading-edge research will get to you faster. And no matter what species you work with, you’ll see increased emphasis on the clinical applications you deal with in your practice of medicine.

The AVMA journals have long been an important benefit of AVMA membership. Re-envisioned for 2022 and beyond, they’ll continue providing the groundbreaking, high-quality content that readers know to expect from the AVMA.


David M. Blount, DVM
November 03, 2021 Permalink

New online access

Thank you for continuing to improve AVMA online access. I applaud the AVMA for striving to keep our profession up to date in the digital world.

Again, Thank you!

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