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Veterinary Informatics: State-of-the-Art and the Role of Librarians
(International Conference of Animal Health Information Specialists, 6/15/2018)
This narrative review provides an overview of recent advances in veterinary informatics, confirms the ongoing role of librarians in informatics, and discusses future drivers of informatics initiatives. The author identifies ...
Language Consideration and Methodological Transparency in “Systematic” Reviews of Animal Toxicity and Communicable Disease Studies
This presentation discusses the potential for language-related bias in identifying global literature; a research project on language consideration in systematic reviews; and best practices for reducing language-related bias.
Implementing the Interaction Model of Client Health Behaviour in Pet Health Information Behavior Interventions
This poster demonstrates the usefulness of Cox’s Interaction model of client health behavior (IMCHB) for the development of effective health Information behavior intervention for small animal veterinary clients. The IMCHB ...
Connecting the data dots: Delving into the data practices of veterinary researchers
Many academic libraries now offer various types of data services in an effort to better support researchers. Several recent studies have suggested that such services need to be tailored depending upon the discipline of ...
Collaborating with Veterinary Pharmacists to Improve Access to the Literature of Veterinary Pharmacology and Pharmacy Practice
Objective: To partner with veterinary pharmacists to improve knowledge of and access to drug literature relevant to veterinary pharmacy through collaborative resource management, teaching, and research. Methods: ...
Animal health in semantic web
Introduction and aim of the study: A veterinary practitioner needs current scientific information in his everyday clinical work. Peer reviewed articles are needed for building a knowledge-based academic profession. In ...