Including the complete archives of the Proceedings of the Bain Fallon Memorial Lecture Series and The Australian Equine Veterinarian (the Journal of Equine Veterinarians Australia) 1974 to date.
The Australian Equine Veterinarian is a peer-reviewed scientific journal published quarterly, presenting clinical papers, case reports and other material of interest to equine practitioners such as news and industry notices.
Now more than 500 key articles from the journal published since 1983 are available to subscribers online in fully indexed and searchable format.
The Bain Fallon Memorial Lectures are presented annually over five days by renowned international speakers each July. The EVA aim to make these annual lectures the premier resource for the continuing education of equine interest veterinarians in the southern hemisphere.
The complete archive of Bain Fallon Proceedings on SciQuest contains the full text of all articles published since the inaugural meeting in 1974 to date, in fully indexed and searchable format. Currently this comprises more than 700 high-quality articles covering a wide range of topics in equine medicine, surgery, nutrition and reproduction, making this an unparalleled resource for equine practitioners.
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Electronic access online is by annual subscription on a calendar-year basis, commencing 1 January 2020 until 31 December 2020. Access to content expires if subscription is not renewed.
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For single organisations requiring access from multiple sites that are geographically separate but centrally administered, when the total number of people that can access the archive exceeds 50. A subscription is required for each site. Provided a full subscription is purchased for one site, branch sites of the same organisation qualify for a 50% discount on the list price (eg a three-site organisation that qualifies under this plan must pay one full subscription and two half-priced subscriptions to gain access for all three sites).
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