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Vetstream provides peer reviewed point of care information from more than 900 of the world's leading veterinary clinicians on its Canis, Felis, Lapis and Equis information services - featuring more than 19,000 articles, images, videos and sounds covering diseases, diagnostic and surgical techniques plus details on breeds, bacteria, viruses and parasites.

These services are available on all internet enabled devices and the information is updated weekly so veterinary practices will be able to access the most current clinical information in their practices.

Commenting, Dr Mark Johnston, Managing Director of Vetstream and AFSCAN supporter, said: " While African veterinarians faces challenges in terms of disease prevalence and a lack of resources, the use of technology, and in particular mobile technology, is exploding across the continent and is playing a key role in supporting development. We are determined that veterinarians in Africa, who already face economic and technical challenges, should no longer have their access to high quality clinical reference information impeded. The result is our partnership with Computers4Africa. Between Vetstream Canis and Felis and with support from NAVC and AAHA's Vetfolio, we will, for the first time, be making the very latest clinical resources widely available to veterinarians across the continent."

"With our partners at Computers4Africa and fellow members of the AFSCAN consortium, we are harnessing the growth in technology to bring world-class CPD resources to veterinarians in participating countries. Education is the first step to transforming the profession in Africa and we are delighted to be part of the team delivering this transformation."

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