FAQs about the AVJ

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Accessing the AVJ

Current financial members of the AVA can access the journal as a member benefit.

AVA members can access the AVJ as part of their membership benefits. Interested in joining the AVA? See more information here on joining your professional association.

Institutional purchases are available here.

AVA members can access the AVJ online through the Wiley website.

AVJ news articles are now part of the Digest 

From August 2020 onwards, you won’t need to view the AVJ in the ‘flipbook’. Your peer-reviewed science can be accessed through the Wiley website as usual, plus you can also read other news articles on the Digest 

However you can still access past 'flipbook' editions on the AVA website. 

Members can also browse the AVJ science through the dedicated app.

Visit the iOS or Android app store and search for Australian Veterinary Journal or AVJ

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When the app opens, select I already have access

Select Through my society affiliation

Enter the same login details you use as a member when using the AVA website.

Username can be either your numeric ID or the email address you have registered with the AVA.

Next, select Login to start browsing the scientific papers in the AVJ.

If it’s a scientific paper or research, you can access backdated issues on the Wiley website.

If it’s from the news section, you can reach out to the AVA and we can help.

Please feel free to reach out to the AVA and we’d be happy to help.

Navigate to the article that you wish to purchase here. A pop-up will show you the options for purchasing access for that article.

 

Contributing to the AVJ

Learn more about the AVJ's author guidelines to ensure your submission fits within the journal's aims and scope.

Read more about the AVA's editorial policy to help you get your letter to the editor published and communicate your message to AVJ readers.

 

About the AVJ

A new AVJ quiz is available every month on the AVA website for members. Depending on your attempt, you can be awarded up to 3 VetEd Points. You can find more information on the quiz page.

Peer reviewed science articles are usually written by scientists who complete a study and report their findings in the form of an article. They then submit it to a journal for publication. The journal's editors send the article to several other scientists who work in the same field to ‘peer review’ the work.

 

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AVJ Quiz

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