Unfortunately, World Veterinary Association Congress 2020 has been cancelled, but access to New Zealand Veterinary Journal latest papers are still available for you to download.
In addition the content of the congress is now being delivered as an online festival of veterinary learning.
To celebrate the World Veterinary Association Congress the editors of New Zealand Veterinary Journal have invited selected speakers to produce reviews based on their presentations. These reviews have been collected in a special issue of the journal (May 2020) and are available to everyone for a limited time via this page. No paywalls, no logins, just one-click access to full test of each featured paper. Read in your browser, download a PDF or listen to an audio version via T&F's ReaderSpeaker webReader functionality.
The below papers are free to access via this page only until Oct 31st, 2020.
|World Veterinary Association Congress special review series||David Senior||volume 68, issue 3|
|Recent developments in equine dentistry||CJ Pearce||volume 68, issue 3|
|Rehabilitation of companion animals following orthopaedic surgery||WI Baltzer||volume 68, issue 3|
|The critical importance of planned small ruminant livestock health and production in addressing global challenges surrounding food production and poverty alleviation||ND Sargison||volume 68, issue 3|
|Assessing whether dairy cow welfare is “better” in pasture-based than in confinement-based management systems||JF Mee & LA boyle||volume 68, issue 3|
|Using the Five Domains Model to develop welfare assessment guidelines for Thoroughbred horses in New Zealand||DJ Mellor & M Burns||volume 68, issue 3|
|Current status of aquatic veterinary services for ornamental fish in Australasia||R Loh, J Vukcevic & G Bastos Gomes||volume 68, issue 3|
New Zealand Veterinary Journal
The New Zealand Veterinary Journal (NZVJ) is an international journal publishing high quality peer-reviewed articles covering all aspects of veterinary science, including clinical practice, animal welfare and animal health. Aims of the Journal To be the flagship publication of the New Zealand Veterinary Association, publishing evidence-based research by veterinary clinicians and animal scientists; to provide a forum for the dissemination of research on animal welfare and the improvement of animal wellbeing; and to be a highly-relevant educational resource for veterinary and animal science professionals in New Zealand and overseas, including publication of special issues and state of the art reviews, and to inform the wider public on related topics.