Veterinary Nursing Journal
Copyright © 2014 British Veterinary Nursing Association (BVNA)
Edited By: Sue Badger
Online ISSN: 2045-0648
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- Features which include Profiles, Student Revision Papers and Case Studies should be between 800-1,200 words.
- In-depth Clinical Articles and Summary Research Papers can be up to 1,500 words.
Please note that articles over the upper word limit of 1,500 words may be considered by the Editor for publication over two consecutive issues only in exceptional circumstances.
VNJ articles will be available via Wiley Online Library. Please supply an abstract for your paper. If possible abstracts should be no more than 100 words.
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References/Further Reading Lists
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