In Practice provides continuing educational material for veterinary practitioners. Peer-reviewed review articles by experts in their field cover all species, but principally farm and companion animals, providing a regular update on clinical developments and practice management. First published in 1979, it provides an extensive archive of useful articles for veterinarians wherever they practice.
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In Practice accepts submissions on a range of article types, including clinical articles, management articles and ethical pieces.
The Author Information section provides specific article requirements to help you turn your research into an article suitable for In Practice.
Information is also provided on editorial policies.
Welcome to this special issue of In Practice to mark the journal’s 40th anniversary. To celebrate this milestone, we asked our clinical editorial board members to select articles across the species that showcase the best of In Practice. Some of the articles picked are recent publications, while others go back some way into our extensive archive, but which are still relevant today -- we hope you enjoy reading and reflecting on them.
We recently redesigned In Practice to mark the journal's 40th anniversary and to give it fresh appeal and improve its readability.
Here, vets Ebony Escalona and Will Peel reflect on the journal's changes and reminisce about their student days where they used In Practice to revise for their finals.
We hope you love the new In Practice as much as they do!