Warning: the Veterinary Journal Index database is designed to be used only to find journal articles, and is not intended as a substitute for those articles.  No guarantees are made of accuracy or completeness of this database.

As a practitioner...

  1. BulletDo you ever wish you could quickly go to just one source to find what has been written on a given topic in any of several of the journals you often reference?


  1. BulletIs it an ongoing hassle to conduct a literature search?  Do you spend more time than you think you should trying to find journal articles?


  1. BulletHave you ever had a passing thought to consult the literature, and then just went with your intuition or got too busy...on to the next case?

The Veterinary Journal Index (VJI) is all about animal health, veterinary medicine, and leading edge clinical techniques, diagnostics, and disease treatments from a large number of widely circulated authoritative veterinary journals.

VJI contains over 130,000 veterinary citations (author, title, journal information, and summary) from the 1970s to present, installed right on your computer for your easy searching convenience.

How does it work? We send you a CD that includes software and current data, or you can download it.

Click here to see a sample of how easy it is to search and display all the citations you can find on your topic.

How is it kept updated? We update your database every 6 months or every year, depending on your preference.  See Subscriptions and Prices for details

Click here to try a  FREE  provisional VJ Index at no risk.

Once VJ Index is on your computer, you’re just seconds away

from an organized printout or display that shows every VJI citation on your search topics.

 

Latest update: 7/27/2017