Veterinary Evidence is an online, open access, peer-reviewed journal owned and published by RCVS Knowledge. It publishes content relating to evidence-based veterinary medicine (EBVM) and its application in veterinary practice to enhance the quality of care provided to patients. The journal is aimed at veterinary surgeons, veterinary nurses, paraprofessionals and allied professions in the international veterinary community.
It is a platform for a wide range of veterinary topics from economics to quality improvement, clinical practice and teaching; anything that may help a clinician in practice. Papers considered are:
Submissions should benefit veterinary science; e.g. papers on in vivo experimentation on laboratory animals which exclusively benefit human science should not be submitted.
The final decision on publication of a paper rests with the Editorial Board and ultimately with the Editor-in-Chief.
Any submissions not adhering to the journal’s aims and scope will be rejected outright.
Consensus Author Guidelines on Animal Ethics and Welfare for Veterinary Journals
All material published in Veterinary Evidence must adhere to high ethical standards concerning animal welfare.
Animal ethics-based criteria for manuscript consideration
Manuscripts will be considered for publication only if the work detailed therein:
Prior to acceptance of a manuscript, to verify compliance with the above policies, the authors must:
Animal ethics-based criteria for manuscript rejection