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AVMA launches revamped website for its veterinary scientific journals

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dvm360dvm360 January 2022
Volume 53
Issue 1

The association has refined its website with an updated design touting improved search and user experience.

The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) has unveiled a newly revamped website for its education journals: the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association (JAVMA) and the American Journal of Veterinary Research (AJVR). The new design incorporates feedback from members and journal readers, geared toward improving ease of use and access while offering a better experience for visitors.

“We are committed to providing readers with peer-reviewed, scientific journal articles and news in an easy-to-access online format,” said Lisa Fortier, DVM, PhD, DACVS, editor-in-chief of JAVMA and AJVR, in a prepared statement.

The site upgrade showcases several new features, including a single sign-in link that provides access to both journal content and avma.org. According to an association release, the organization boasts that the new site design will offer user-friendly navigation with intuitive design, an improved mobile experience, and enhanced search that lets readers find and filter content by topic or author.

The AMVA said it expects the upgraded website to be able to better serve its readers and improve content delivery. “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,” said Fortier.

In addition to the website redesign, the AVMA promises more changes coming in 2022 for JAVMA and AJVR such as scheduling changes to get leading research into readers' hands quicker, real-time digital-first reporting of news for the profession, and articles and special reports focused on clinical applications.

“The AVMA journals have long been an important benefit of AVMA membership,” said AVMA President Jose Arce, DVM. “Re-envisioned for 2022 and beyond, these journals will continue to be indispensable to veterinary practitioners for years to come.”

The newly redesigned AVMA website is already live and can be found here: https://avmajournals.avma.org/.

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AVMA launches revamped website for veterinary medicine's leading scientific journals.https://www.avma.org/news/press-releases/avma-launches-revamped-website-veterinary-medicines-leading-scientific-journals

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