Veterinary Medicine : A Research Guide
Nola receives medical attention at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park. A nasal swab sample is taken from the northern white rhinoceros. ©San Diego Zoo Global. All rights reserved.
What can I find in this guide? Browse the tabs for recommended veterinary medicine resources, in print and online. Topics include: general information, anesthesia/restraint, apps, bites/stings/envenomation, diagnosis, diseases, literature/databases, nutrition, organizations, pharmacology, toxic plants, zoos.
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Veterinary & Allied Organizations
- American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA)
- Professional association representing veterinarians
- Animal Welfare Information Center (AWIC)
- USDA center -- information for improved animal care and use in research, testing, teaching and exhibition
- Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS)
- Information from USDA regarding diseases facing animals today and prevention measures
- CDFA Animal Health & Food Safety Services Division
- Division aimed toward protecting public and animal health while enhancing stewardship of the environment
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
- Division of the US Department of Health and Human Services promoting prevention of disease and preparedness
- National Wildlife Health Center (NWHC)
- USGS division with the mission of advancing wildlife and ecosystem health
- World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE)
- Intergovernmental organization responsible for improving animal health worldwide
- UC Davis Veterinary Research Centers
- Index of VetMed research organizations, prepared by School of Veterinary Medicine
- Veterinary Medical and Related Libraries -- An International Directory
- Prepared by the Veterinary Medical Libraries Section of the Medical Libraries Association (MLA)