It is free to publish in and read Veterinary Evidence. There are no submission fees or article processing charges (APCs). Accepted articles are published open access immediately upon publication.
Please see below for information and guidance on how to write and submit your paper.
For information on the Journal's policies please see our Editorial policies page.
To begin the writing process please download the appropriate submission template and then read the Guidelines for authors:
We have four article types you can submit. Please choose the appropriate format and download the template.
Download a Knowledge Summary template and contribute to the evidence base. A Knowledge Summary is a concise critical summary of the best available evidence on a defined clinical question.
VESA Knowledge Summary
Considering entering the undergraduate Veterinary Evidence Student Awards? Download your Knowledge Summary template. All submissions will be considered for publication.
Download our Clinical Audit submission template to structure your audit for publication. Clinical audit is a process that seeks to identify where improvements can be made within your practice.
Veterinary Evidence considers original research submissions on topics that will benefit clinicians in practice.