New Zealand Veterinary Journal

The New Zealand Veterinary Journal (NZVJ) is a high quality peer-reviewed scientific journal, published by Taylor & Francis Group on behalf of the NZVA.

Specialising in topics of particular interest and relevance to the New Zealand veterinary and animal science communities - such as infectious disease and the health and production of pastoral livestock and performance horses - the NZVJ publishes review articles, original research findings, clinical observations, rapid communications and correspondence covering all aspects of veterinary science, animal welfare and animal health aspects of animal science.

Purposes

  • To be the flagship scientific publication of the NZVA, and attract and serve as a major conduit for high-quality veterinary and animal science and novel case reports, originating from NZ and internationally, to the veterinary and animal science communities in NZ.
  • To be a key repository of high-quality multidisciplinary veterinary and animal science and novel case reports of international relevance that are particularly relevant to NZ.
  • To be a major conduit for high-quality veterinary and animal science and novel case reports originating in NZ to the world.
  • To be a sought-after publication by world-leading scientists and veterinary clinicians.
  • To be a highly-relevant educational resource for the veterinary profession in NZ.

Publication

All scientific papers submitted for publication are independently refereed, regardless of source, and the opinions of contributors are their own and not necessarily those of the publisher or editor.

The NZVJ is published bimonthly in January, March, May, July, September and November each year.

The whole of the literary matter of the NZVJ is copyright, New Zealand Veterinary Association Inc.

Complete archive available online

The complete archive of the NZVJ (60 years of peer-reviewed veterinary science) is available online via Taylor & Francis Online and SciQuest in fully indexed and searchable format. Printed copies are available to subscribers and members of the NZVA and AVA.

Subscribers

Now in it's 60th year of publication, the NZVJ has over 2000 subscribers comprising veterinarians, researchers, academics, government and pharmaceutical industry representatives, and private consultants in more than 30 countries around the world. Subscribe to the NZVJ...

Printed copies are available to subscribers and members of the NZVA and AVA.

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