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Online readers of the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association and American Journal of Veterinary Research will see a new look for the journals’ website, avmajournals.avma.org, which has added features to make the site more practical, easier to access, and easier to use.
The new website has the following improvements:
- A single sign-in link that simultaneously provides access to journal content and avma.org.
- Navigation that is more user-friendly.
- A great mobile experience.
- Intuitive design.
- Enhanced search that lets readers find and filter content by topic or author.
“We are committed to providing readers with peer-reviewed, scientific journal articles and news in an easy-to-access online format,” said Dr. Lisa Fortier, editor-in-chief of JAVMA and AJVR. “This transformation will position both journals to provide the groundbreaking, high-quality content that AVMA members and journal subscribers have come to expect from the nation’s leading association for veterinary medicine.”
The website redesign is just one of the many ways that the AVMA journals are evolving to support veterinary medicine’s ongoing needs and deliver even more diverse content that is accessible and relevant. Inspired by ideas from readers, JAVMA and AJVR will implement wide-ranging changes throughout 2022, including changes in scheduling to get leading research into readers’ hands faster; real-time, digital-first reporting of news for the profession; and articles and special reports focused on clinical applications.