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VIN -- Tips
Free for Auburn University veterinary students and faculty. Request access from VIN.
Spend time exploring VIN. It is much more than an article database.
VIN -- Overview
Veterinary Information Network (VIN) covers veterinary medicine and was created for, and developed by, veterinarians. The searchable discussion boards are a valuable tool for clinical medicine. DVM students are given free access while in veterinary school (as are veterinary faculty and staff). View a ten minute video to learn more about VIN.
What you need to know to use VIN
The "Three Concept Approach" often gives good results -- Enter a term for each of the following:
- Disease or condition
- Another aspect ... such as diagnosis, treatment, etiology, surgery, pathology, immunology, genetics, drug name, etc.
dogs AND diabetes AND diagnosis