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Veterinary digital content specialist Vetstream has increased the range of business support resources it offers to veterinary practices through its user-friendly Vetacademy elearning platform with a link up with elearning specialist MicroLearn


Veterinary digital content specialist Vetstream has announced that it is extending its relationship with CABI (Centre for Agriculture and Biosciences International) in the development of Vetlexicon Bovis, its digital point-of-care resource for veterinarians specialising in cattle and general livestock.  Bovis, an extension to Vetstream’s Vetlexicon series and its first service in the livestock sector, will be launched at World Buiatrics Congress in Japan in August 2018.


The World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) has unveiled a new website which aims to enhance and mobilize its global veterinary community and to provide an online hub for the latest veterinary resources, knowledge and news, from the WSAVA itself and its member associations. Reflecting the diversity of the WSAVA’s membership it will feature an increasing volume of content in Spanish, Russian and simplified Chinese, in addition to English.


The latest species has been added to our Vetlexicon Exotis service, to accompany the Guinea Pig.


We have expanded our team and want to introduce to our new staff members.


Key elements in Vetstream's Vetlexicon Canis will soon be translated into Spanish.


Vetstream have partnered with UK film company Driftend Films to help provide a video service to our Webpartner  customers.


Veterinary website designer Vetstream Webpartner has launched a copywriting service to complete its offering to veterinary businesses looking to refresh their current website or create a new one.


Vetstream and DoveLewis extend their partnershop to help enhance veterinary education in devoping countries in Asia.


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