Vetomni.com is a forum to showcase the latest research, innovations, discoveries, and other interesting information related to veterinary and medical sciences by an easy-to-understand format for the general public. All contents are non-peer-reviewed. Most of the contents are either extracted from recent findings or written by expert veterinary and medical professionals. The contents are considered to have high impacts on general veterinary and public health, and the contents merely represent the author/editor/writer’s view.
We invite all researchers, activists, and veterinary and public health workers to showcase their research findings, expert opinions, and other relevant information/piece of writings. How to do that? Please follow these steps:
Step 1: Identify the area/discovery/topic of your interest that has an impact on veterinary and public health.
Step 2: Write the findings and their impacts in plain English that are understandable to the general public as well as scientific communities. A minimum of 1000-1500 words article is preferable. Less than 1000 is also acceptable but not recommended.
Step 3: To avoid plagiarism, get a similarity report of the article using online tools, for example, https://smallseotools.com/plagiarism-checker/
Step 4: If plagiarism is detected, please rephrase the plagiarised sentences to get almost zero plagiarism.
Step 5: Insert one or more representative picture(s) (JPG, PNG, PDF, PPT, EPS or other readable formats) either at the start, middle or bottom of the text (where appropriate).
Step 6: Email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Step 7: All the contents will be edited, reviewed and then published online with your name/affiliation, etc. You will be informed via your email.
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