Revamped CVeLibrary Launch! | Centre for Veterinary Education

Revamped CVeLibrary Launch!

by Lis Churchward

Just because you couldn’t enrol in a course, you shouldn’t miss the valuable course content! And often you need to be able to get your hands on a C&T or Perspective article ASAP.

Let your fingers do the walking…

Say, for example, you were wracking your brains to remember in which issue the C&T about ‘Leg Surgery on a Bandicoot’ by Phil Tucak appeared. Or maybe you became a vet after this C&T was published? Login to our website to access the CVeLibrary and type ‘bandicoot’ in the search field. In seconds, 113 results are returned where ‘bandicoot’ is mentioned either the C&T Series or course proceedings.


You may decide to find all the course proceedings that mention bandicoots, in which case you have the option to filter the results as follows:

The 113 initial result has now been filtered to show 89 results where bandicoot is mentioned in CVE | PGF proceedings, ordered by the most recently published to the oldest.

Search by author

You may then drill down further to filter for only those proceedings’ chapters authored by Larry Vogelnest (2 results).

This is a major membership benefit – 51+ years of veterinary publications available at your fingertips - so please use it!

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'Put your shoulder to the wheel, wo/man, and urge on your horses. Do you think you can move the wagon by simply looking at it and whining about it? Hercules will not help unless you make some effort to help yourself.' Aesop – Hercules and the Wagoner

We need YOUR help!

If your search and filter throws up any errors due to mistakes in separating articles or chapters, please take the time to alert us of the problem here. Together, we can ensure the integrity of this great resource.




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Lis celebrated 25 years working for the CVE in July 2016. Building a strong CVE professional community has long been a key focus, to which end she completed a Masters of Marketing at the University of Sydney in 2016. Her capstone consulting project was based around surveying veterinarians in Australia and overseas to discover how they experienced the CVE both as a membership organisation and participants in continuing professional development. Lis was awarded the Australian Marketing Institute Prize for Best Consulting Project in 2016 for the most outstanding research project in her graduating class. The vast volume of data generated in this research project is being used to assist the CVE to adapt, improve and innovate to ensure that membership remains as relevant and as accessible today as when Tom Hungerford and colleagues first established the CVE in 1965.