google-site-verification: google28f501b00d980d5f.html BSAVA launches digital library - Vetpol Community

Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

BSAVA launches digital library

Collapse
X
Collapse

  • BSAVA launches digital library

    Click image for larger version

Name:	bsava.jpg
Views:	10
Size:	24.3 KB
ID:	45958

    The British Small Animal Veterinary Association has launched the BSAVA Library to make it even easier to access its wide-ranging published content.

    The new facility - at www.bsavalibrary.com- enables the whole veterinary profession - not just BSAVA members - to find content across its publications, create their own library of favourite content and receive alerts for new content matching their search terms.

    Members can search across BSAVA publications for an individual chapter, article or lecture - including BSAVA manuals, the Formulary and Companion magazine. It also includes the Guide to Procedures, Congress Scientific Proceedings and podcasts, Client Information Leaflets and Scientific Information Sheets, with more content added over time.

    The online library has seen a huge volume of material transferred across from the BSAVA’s main website and many of the manuals made available in digital format for the first time. Apart from the manuals, virtually everything in the library is available to BSAVA members as part of their membership benefits.

    All BSAVA members get five free chapter downloads on first login and the BSAVA has developed a Library Pass enabling pre-purchase of a block of downloads so that chapters can be accessed whenever needed - prices start from just £4.80 per chapter (£2.70 for members). BSAVA members receive a discount on all purchased content.

    Benefits include:
    • Search across BSAVA publications for an individual chapter, article or lecture
    • Filter search results by article type, topic, animal, year of publication, and more
    • Purchase whole manuals or individual chapters for online access
    • Access collections of content curated around a theme
    • Set up alerts for new content relating to a topic search, or the latest issue of Companion
    Features:
    • Single sign on for www.bsava.comand www.bsavalibrary.com(no need to log in twice)
    • E-commerce functions enabling purchase of paid-for content
    • More manuals and other content
    • BSAVA members always receive a discount on any items that are available to purchase

    Ian Mellor, BSAVA Publications Manager, said: “We are very excited about this latest phase of our digital innovation at the BSAVA. Our research shows members are busier than ever and the BSAVA Library will make it even easier for veterinary professionals to access a wide range of content from anywhere in the world.

    “Much of the content is already open to BSAVA members, who will only pay for access to manual chapters and any other books that are not member benefits.”

    Attached Files
      Posting comments is disabled.

    Article Tags

    Collapse

    Latest Articles

    Collapse

    • “My Vet Degree Helped Me Combat Cancer”
      Jo Kitson


      Following a nine month battle with a rare form of cancer, 31 year old vet credits her veterinary training with helping her navigate a string of life-changing decisions and ultimately saving her life. She’s calling on the profession to celebrate the versatility of their veterinary skills. She will share her story for the first time at the Hertfordshire BVA Young Vet Network CPD launch evening on 10th October.

      Lizzie Erian-Round, Veterinary Healthcare Consultant at Pegasus,
      ...
      Yesterday, 10:47 AM
    • New logo for BEVA
      Jo Kitson


      BEVA has introduced a neat new logo to better reflect the Association’s place in the digital age. The clean-lined style of the new brand stamp gives a strong contemporary identity to match BEVA’s consistent presence across all media platforms.

      BEVA President Jon Pycock said: “The new logo should bring a clear BEVA hallmark to all that we do to serve and lead the equine veterinary community: Over the past decade we have grown our digital platforms, providing online access
      ...
      Yesterday, 10:39 AM
    • New President for BEVA
      Jo Kitson

      Pictured: Renate Weller
      Credit to David Boughey

      Renate Weller, a professor for comparative biomechanics and imaging at the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) in London and the new Director of Veterinary Education at CVS Group plc has been appointed as President of the British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA) for 2017/18. She takes over the role from Jon Pycock at the end of BEVA Congress 12-15 September 2018. Tim Mair, of Bell Equine Veterinary Clinic and editor of EVE...
      Yesterday, 10:36 AM
    • Everyone loves #ilovebeinganequinevet
      Jo Kitson


      It seems that horse vets really do love their profession. More than one hundred BEVA members uploaded compelling videos in support of the Association’s #ilovebeinganequinevet campaign in the build up to BEVA Congress and its theme of plenty to smile about.

      This year BEVA President Jon Pycock has been on a mission to help horse vets focus on the many benefits and pleasures of their job. His unstinting enthusiasm has been infectious with happy horse vets from the UK and
      ...
      Yesterday, 10:31 AM
    • Elanco tells the story behind Osurnia’s innovative gel formulation in launch of new film
      Jo Kitson


      Elanco has released a short film telling the story behind Osurnia™, the innovative canine otitis externa* (OE) treatment that applies like a liquid and stays within the ear as a gel. The film gives an insight into the story behind the gel formulation, which was designed to aid in simplifying OE treatment for both vets and pet owners.

      Although OE is one of the most common reasons dogs visit the vet1, almost half of dog owners (45%) struggle to apply daily at-home ear t
      ...
      Yesterday, 10:26 AM
    • ‘Perfect storm’ has heightened Atypical Myopathy risk warns BEVA
      Jo Kitson

      Pictured: A urine sample from a horse with Atypical Myopathy & Sycamore which contains hypoglycin A in tree, leaf and seeds

      Bare and potential hay shortages, coupled with early transatlantic storms blowing seeds from laden sycamore trees, have created the ‘perfect storm’ to increase the risks of atypical myopathy for grazing horses, warns the British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA). Experts are advising horse owners to take steps now to minimise the risks of this fatal...
      Yesterday, 10:19 AM
    Working...
    X