Why publish in the Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine?
With exceptional editorial and high publication standards, the Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine (JVIM) is one of the most highly regarded veterinary journals. It is the official journal of the ACVIM, ECVIM-CA, ECEIM and ECVN.
Articles in JVIM are immediately and permanently free to access to anyone in the world. There are no fees to submit an article and accepted articles receive an ACVIM subsidy bringing the article publication charge to $309 for active Diplomates and candidates of the ACVIM. Similar benefits apply for Diplomates of the ECVIM-CA, ECEIM and ECVN.
In 2016, there were more than 1.3 million downloads of articles in the Journal by more than 400,000 readers throughout the world. Articles published in JVIM average more than 1,000 downloads per article compared to the average of 270 downloads for other Wiley veterinary medicine journals.
JVIM publishes high-quality, cutting-edge articles that change veterinary practice, such as the recent EPIC Study, making it one of the most prestigious journals for veterinary science articles.
Respected Editorial Board
Articles submitted to JVIM go through a rapid review process by highly qualified, internationally known editors.
Here’s what the contributors to the EPIC Study article had say about their experience publishing in JVIM:
“The Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine was our first choice of journals in which we wanted to publish the results of the EPIC study. As an online open access journal the full text of the article was able to be immediately accessed by readers with internet access anywhere in the world. We were therefore able to quickly reach a very broad audience. This was demonstrated by the large number of full text downloads of the article that occurred in the last three months of 2016. Although our article was only published in late September, the full text article had been downloaded over twelve thousand times by the end of 2016.
JVIM is the official journal of both the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM) and the European College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ECVIM); organisations of which many of the authors of the study are members. Through ACVIM the Journal is able to access a network of contacts at media outlets and help raise awareness of published studies. A coordinated campaign of publicity, contributed to by ACVIM, allowed the profile of our study to be raised, generating considerable media attention on both sides of the Atlantic. The ultimate purpose of clinical research is to improve the health and welfare of animals cared for by veterinarians. This can only be done if news of significant breakthroughs in the treatment of disease is disseminated to the veterinarians responsible for delivery of health care and the owners of animals that may be affected. The combination of media coverage and immediate access to the full text article ensures the message rapidly reaches the relevant audiences and the findings of our study can be acted upon bringing about a genuine change in clinical practice.”
Adrian Boswood, MA, VetMB, MRCVS, DVC
Professor of Veterinary Cardiology at the Royal Veterinary College
Jens Haggstrom, DECVIM
Department of Clinical Sciences, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
Sonya Gordon, DVM, DVSc, DACVIM (Cardiology)
Small Animal Clinical Science, Texas A&M University