Headquartered in Yardley, PA, Vetlearn is a leader in veterinary education and the preferred resource for veterinary professionals. Through its journals, Compendium: Continuing Education for Veterinarians® and Veterinary Technician®, Vetlearn provides everyone on the veterinary team–practitioners, practice managers, technicians, and front desk staff–with quality clinical content. Vetlearn is the veterinary community’s source for continuing education, breaking news, downloadable client handouts and practice management advice. Vetlearn is part of Vetstreet Inc.
Dana G. Allen, DVM, MSc, DACVIM Marianne Tear, MS, LVT
Ontario Veterinary College Baker College of Clinton Township, Michigan
Editor in Chief, Compendium Editor in Chief, Veterinary Technician
Dorothy Normile, VMD
Chief Medical Officer
Beth Thompson, VMD
Robin A. Henry Kirk McKay
Executive Editor Managing Editor
Carreen McCarthy, CVT Jennifer DiSanto, ELS Karen Todd-Jenkins, VMD
Professional Services Assistant Editor Consulting Veterinarian,
Technician Manager Senior Medical Writer
Compendium has been respected in the veterinary community as a high-quality, peer-reviewed, educational journal for more than 30 years. Indexed on Medline, it provides readers with articles, videos, and clinical snapshots on a wide variety of clinically relevant topics. Published monthly, Compendium is also a reliable source of free, online continuing education for veterinarians, accredited through the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine.
Compendium is a refereed journal. Articles published in Compendium have been reviewed by at least two academic experts on the respective topic and by an ABVP practitioner. Any statements, claims, or product endorsements made in Compendium are solely the opinions of our authors and advertisers and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Publisher or the Editorial Board.
In 1980, Veterinary Technician became the first publication dedicated to meeting the educational needs of veterinary technicians and staff. Accredited through Alfred State College, Veterinary Technician is dedicated to providing essential and accurate clinical and professional information to benefit veterinary technicians, their profession, and their patients.
Veterinary Technician is a refereed journal. Articles published in Veterinary Technician have been reviewed by at least two experts on the respective topic. Any statements, claims, or product endorsements made in Veterinary Technician are solely the opinions of our authors and advertisers and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Publisher or the Editorial Board.
Headquartered in Yardley, PA, Vetstreet Inc. serves the veterinary industry with a variety of innovative and important products and services. Vetstreet has been delivering quality, trusted information to veterinary professionals for years through its unique, comprehensive Vetlearn.com website. Vetstreet is the nation’s leading provider of online communications connecting pet owners with their veterinary practices. Through its web-based portals, Vetstreet offers a suite of management tools that enhance the veterinary-client-patient relationship, resulting in improved health for pets and compliance for the veterinary practice.