(SCHAUMBURG, Illinois) November 4, 2021 – The most trusted scientific publications in veterinary medicine are changing – and development has started online. Inspired by feedback from their members and magazine readers, the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) recently launched a redesigned website for their educational magazines, adding features that make the site more practical, accessible, and user-friendly.
The brand new AVMA Journals website brings the following enhancements to online readers of the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association (JAVMA) and the American Journal of Veterinary Research (AJVR):
- A login link that provides access to magazine content and avma.org at the same time
- More user-friendly navigation
- Great mobile experience
- Intuitive design
- Advanced search that allows readers to find and filter content by subject or author
“We strive to deliver peer-reviewed, scientific journal articles and news to our readers in an easily accessible online format,” said Lisa Fortier, DVM, PhD, DACVS, Editor-in-Chief of JAVMA and AJVR. “This transformation will enable both magazines to deliver the groundbreaking, high-quality content that AVMA members and magazine subscribers have come to expect from the nation’s leading association for veterinary medicine.”
The website redesign is just one of the many ways AVMA magazines are evolving to support the ongoing needs of veterinary medicine and to provide even more diverse content that is accessible and relevant. Inspired by readers’ ideas, JAVMA and AJVR will make sweeping changes over the course of 2022, including planning changes to get leading research into the hands of readers faster, real-time, digital-first coverage of business news, and focused articles and news Special reports on clinical applications. Regardless of the species readers are working with, there is increasing emphasis on the clinical situations they encounter on a daily basis in their practice.
These changes will deliver more of what readers value most: relevant content, readability, and a great digital experience.
“AVMA magazines have long been an important asset to AVMA membership,” said AVMA President Jose Arce, DVM. “Redesigned for 2022 and beyond, these magazines will continue to be indispensable for veterinarians in the years to come.”
To visit the redesigned AVMA Journals website, visit https://avmajournals.avma.org/.
For more information, contact Michael San Filippo, AVMA Media Relations Manager, at 847-732-6194 (cell phone) or msanfilippoavma [dot] org.