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Getting to know IVIS

IVIS provides convenient access to information on veterinary medicine. We host books, proceedings and journals as a free service to veterinarians, veterinary students, academics, veterinary nurses and technicians, and animal health professionals worldwide.

To publish a new or existing book, or if you would like to host the proceedings of your meeting on IVIS, please contact us.

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Courses and Online Learning

Together with our partners, we offer over 400 online and offline courses that you can start today.

News from IVIS

MAY 26, 2020

Animal Biosecurity & Emerging Threats WebinarLIVE!

The recent COVID pandemic has highlighted how quickly emerging diseases can impact our society in a social and economic context. Suddenly biosecurity...

MAY 23, 2020

BEVA Practical Advice on Pre-Purchase Exams Guidance

Since the start of ‘lockdown’ pre-purchase examinations were not deemed emergency work and therefore equine vets have been advised against carrying...

MAY 23, 2020

New Covid-19 Guidance from BEVA

The British Equine Veterinary Association has provided new ideas and considerations that equine practices may find useful when developing their own...

MAY 23, 2020

WVAC 2020 - World Veterinary Association Congress is now available online.

After the WVA (World Veterinary Association) was forced to cancel its 36th World Veterinary Association Congress due to restrictions imposed by the...

MAY 23, 2020

Weatherbys issues advice to vets on launch of new vaccination app that will facilitate safer resumption of racing

The following was sent out by Weatherbys on Thursday 21st May. Phase 1 of the Weatherbys Vaccination App was launched for 'trainers only' on 18th May...

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