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Veterinary Medicine Research and Reports Indexed by PubMed

Victoria Ship on December 4, 2018 at 12:29 am


Dove Medical Press is pleased to announce that our journal Veterinary Medicine: Research and Reports has recently been indexed in PubMed. This is an exciting step forward for the journal that shows the strong scientific quality of its articles, leading to more exposure for our authors and their research. All articles published in Veterinary Medicine: Research and Reports are now available through PubMed and PubMed Central (Vet Med (Auckl) ), ESCI, CABI, DOAJ, OAIster, as well as through Dove Medical Press and Internet search engines such as Google.

Advancements in the field of veterinary medicine have made a substantial difference in the outcomes and effectiveness of multiple veterinary procedures and diagnostic and management challenges in a wide range of animals; from canine and feline, to bovine and porcine. Research published in Veterinary medicine: Research and Reports has improved our knowledge of the most effective recommendations of managing feline diabetes, as well as investigating the efficacy and safety of novel upcoming drugs; such as Robenacoxib for pain treatment in felines and canines. Since launched in 2010, the journal has published both high-quality clinical reviews and peer-reviewed original research. The article with the highest Altmetric attention score is currently Effectiveness of NEM® brand eggshell membrane in the treatment of suboptimal joint function in dogs: a multicentre, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study by Ruff et al, while the review Puppy parties and beyond: the role of early age socialization practices on adult dog behaviour by Howell et al has generated the most citations. We would like to congratulate everyone who has contributed to the success of Veterinary Medicine: Research and Reports and we look forward to the developments the future will bring.

The journal is the perfect publication avenue for any studies focusing on all fields of veterinary medicine, including case reports, editorials, reviews and commentaries on all aspects of preclinical and clinical veterinary research. Manuscripts submitted to the journal undergo rigorous and fast peer review. The journal is open access, allowing anyone with access to the Internet to read your work for free.

We welcome your submissions to Veterinary Medicine: Research and Reports.

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Keywords: veterinary pubmed indexing

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