The Aquatic Veterinarian (TAV)
The Aquatic Veterinarian - the source for all aquatic veterinary information around the world!
About The Aquatic Veterinarian (TAV)
The Aquatic Veterinarian (ISSN 2329-5562) is a quarterly publication that provides information about WAVMA's recent activities, member programs and services; important conferences, meetings and educational opportunities; employment opportunities; publication abstracts and book reviews; clinical cases and diagnostic tips; emerging issues, legislation and regulations affecting aquatic veterinary practice; and much, much more. Original clinical or research articles submitted for The Aquatic Veterinarian are peer-reviewed before publication.
The most recent issues (those published in the last 12 months) are available to current Members only. Issues older than 12 months are available to non-members. Veterinary School Library subscriptions for distribution to students, faculty and staff are available ($200/year) - contact The Aquatic Veterinarian Editor for more information.
Want to Contribute?
Articles from members and non-members are welcome. Please first read the Contributor Instructions & Manuscript Guidance (click to download). Submit all contributions to The Aquatic Veterinarian Editor.
Want to Advertise?
The Aquatic Veterinarian will carry business-card size ads to current Members wanting to promote their veterinary business or clinic, at no cost. Full, half and quarter-page advertising from commercial companies will be published for a nominal fee - Media Kit (Advertising Rates & Guidelines) - click to download.
Advertising & Article Submission Deadlines
Issue 1 – February 15 (published early March)
Issue 2 – May 15 (published early June)
Issue 3 – August 15 (published early September)
Issue 4 – November 15 (published early December)
Want to Serve as an Associate Editor?
Associate Editors help solicit, review and format contributions for The Aquatic Veterinarian on a regular basis. Please contact The Aquatic Veterinarian Editor for more information.
The Publications Team
The Aquatic Veterinarian is developed by the WAVMA Communications Committee.
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Updated July 17, 2016.