This guide is intended to help you with your research in the veterinary technician field. The majority of the books for Vet Tech are located in the Warrington Library (Building 3500). Please contact a librarian (850-484-4626 or 850-484-2006) for help with
One Health is a collaborative, multisectoral, and trans-disciplinary approach - working at local, regional, national, and global levels - to achieve optimal health and well-being outcomes recognizing the interconnections between people, animals, plants and their shared environment.
PREDICT, a project of USAID’s Emerging Pandemic Threats (EPT) program, was initiated in 2009 to strengthen global capacity for detection of viruses with pandemic potential that can move between animals and people.
The Academy of Internal Medicine Veterinary Technicians (AIMVT) advances the skills of Veterinary Technicians within the disciplines of veterinary internal medicine by providing cutting edge continuing education and by working with veterinarians to advocate superior patient care, client education and consumer protection.
The Academy of Veterinary Technicians in Anesthesia and Analgesia (AVTAA) promotes interest in the discipline of veterinary anesthesia and provides a process by which a veterinary technician may become certified as a Veterinary Technician Specialist (Anes / Analgesia).
The National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America (NAVTA) was formed in 1981 with the goal of allowing veterinary technicians to give input on national issues involving the veterinary profession.
Consultant, developed and maintained at Cornell University's College of Veterinary Medicine, has been used by millions; by modem and discs from 1985-1997 and on the web from 1997. Consultant contains information on the diseases of dogs, cats, horses, cattle, sheep, goats, pigs, and birds that is updated almost daily from a review of the published veterinary literature.
Founded in 1897, the Flower-Sprecher Veterinary Library has a long history of serving the faculty, students, staff and other practicing veterinarians at the College of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell University.
This Veterinary Safety Manual is intended to provide a veterinary practice with the information its staff needs to reduce the risk of occupational related illness and injury. While regulatory compliance requirements are summarized, the emphasis is on risk reduction, whether required by a regulatory agency or not. Risks that have resulted in employee injury and/or illness and workers’ compensation losses in veterinary practices receive special attention.
The AAHA Meeting in a Box contains a number of useful tools for you to use at your veterinary practice, including:
Safety Meeting Minutes template – take minutes at each of your safety meetings (you may need to assign a note taker)
Veterinary Safety Evaluation form – evaluate the safety of your practice and create a schedule for correcting hazards, as needed
Safety Meeting Topics – each of the safety meeting topic documents includes a discussion topic with action items for you and your team to discuss at your safety meetings.
The NIOSH National Occupational Research Agenda (NORA), Healthcare and Social Assistance Sector Program is working with industry, labor, other stakeholders, and academics to identify and address the priority workplace safety and health hazards of these workers.