IVSA and Vetstream announce a collaborative partnership
This collaboration will grant IVSA members and their universities with discounted or free access to peer-reviewed clinical content.
The International Veterinary Students’ Association (IVSA)—a veterinary student-run volunteer nonprofit organization—and Vetstream announced they will be teaming up to help provide veterinary schools and students with discounted or free access to Vetlexicon and all Vetlexicon Learn modules.
These modules contain content relating to the care of dogs, cats, horses, cattle, and exotics such as ferrets, guinea, reptiles, and pigs.
Coordinated by IVSA’s Standing Committee of Veterinary Education, veterinary schools and their students that fall into tiers 1 and 2 in the World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) rankings will have access to Vetlexicon Canis, Felis, Lapis, Exotis, Equis, and also all the Vetlexicon Learn modules free of charge.
According to a release, both veterinary schools and their students in tiers 3 and 4 will benefit from a 50% and 20% price reduction when subscribing to these services. Additionally, students in tiers 3 and 4 will also receive a 95% discount from the list price when subscribing to one or more of the 6 Vetlexicon services.
“Both IVSA’s and Vetstream’s missions align when it comes to making education more accessible to veterinary students all over the world, especially to those who need it most,” said Merel Knoops, president of IVSA, in the release.
“I am truly excited to see our members benefit from the Vetstream resources, and to support them on their way to a future full of even more capable and knowledgeable veterinarians,” added Knoops.
For more information about this partnership, go here.