Australian Veterinary Journal
The Australian Veterinary Journal (AVJ) is Australia’s premier veterinary science text, distributed monthly to over 5,500 AVA members and several thousand Australian and international subscribers, including universities, researchers and government advisers.
For more than 80 years the journal has provided the latest information to the profession, including disease updates, veterinary education and legislation, practice innovation, products and services as well as cutting-edge peer-reviewed clinical and scientific papers, in one comprehensive high-quality publication.
You can be part of the AVJ community in many ways. You can:
- Read the AVJ
- Contribute a paper to the AVJ through ManuscriptCentral, our online peer review system
- Advertise in the journal and reach the largest single group of veterinarians in the region
- Submit or view classified advertisements
- Write a letter to the editor - here is our policy to help you get published
- Submit an article for the News - use our tips
- Complete the latest AVJ Vet Ed quiz
- Read the results of the 2013 AVJ Manuscript Central user survey
- editor [at] ava [dot] com [dot] au (subject: I%20am%20interested%20in%20writing%20book%20reviews%20for%20the%20AVJ) (Register your interest) to review a book for the AVJ.
Some of these activities will qualify for Vet Ed points.
The AVJ is published by Blackwell Publishing Asia Pty Ltd. For more details visit the Wiley Online Library.
Libraries and universities that wish to subscribe to the AVJ can contact customerservices [at] blackwellpublishing [dot] com.