AJVR Technical Tutorial Video
Author Instructions: Technical/Tutorial Video
The digital edition of AJVR is the journal of record. Accepted articles will be published in the digital edition.
Technical/Tutorial Video: A narrated video or animation sequence that provides a practical tutorial on technique, tools, methodologies, or approaches in any area of veterinary medicine. A title page and abstract are submitted with the video for search engine optimization. Priority for acceptance will be based upon the validity of the techniques and the potential for applications in veterinary medicine. All videos are subject to peer review. Narration will be transcribed into a text file by the video-hosting platform using artificial intelligence and reviewed by AVMA Editors for accuracy. No action is required by the authors for this conversion.
Narrated video file instructions and limits
- Minimum time length: 1 minute.
- Maximum time length: 5 minutes.
- Maximum file size: 300 MB.
- File format: MP4 or MV4 file (slides and audio).
- Landscape orientation is required.
- Begin the video with a verbal statement of your name and the purpose of the video, disclose any conflicts of interest, and state any acknowledgments.
- Avoid identifiers for animals (harnesses with nameplates, collars with tags, stable names, etc).
- If a dog or cat is outside, it must have a collar and leash on.
- Includes the following:
- 160 characters.
- The species assessed (eg, "Atlanto-occipital cerebrospinal fluid sample acquisition in the cat")..
- Includes the following:
- Authors may add their names at submission by typing their email addresses into the designated field, which will pull related information from our database. If new user accounts are required, authors should include the following information: first name, middle initial (if applicable), and last name of each author, along with each author’s professional degree and highest earned academic degree (eg, MS or PhD, MPVM) and, for authors who are diplomates of veterinary specialty organizations recognized by the AVMA’s American Board of Veterinary Specialties or similar specialty organizations recognized by other countries, diplomate status (eg, DACVS or DACVIM), although specialty (eg Large Animal) should not be included with the diplomate status. List a bachelor’s or associate’s degree only if it is the author’s only degree. Do not list other specialty board designations, certifications, or honorary degrees. Fellowship or membership designations (eg, MRCVS) and honorary degrees should not be listed. Credentials such as CVT, RVT, LVT, and RN may be listed alongside the author’s highest earned academic degree.
- Cover letter
- List professional affiliations of the authors at the time of the video production.
- Include name and email address of the corresponding author.
- Include any conflicts of interest related to the manuscript. Include relevant financial interests (eg, ownership, employment, consultancies, honoraria, paid expert testimony, grants, patent-licensing arrangements, equity interests, and service as an officer or board member), activities, relationships, and affiliations (other than those listed on the title page of the manuscript). If none, include the statement “The authors have nothing to disclose.”
- Structured abstract (≤ 250 words)—Includes the following subsections:
- Objective (rationale for the study)
- Clinical Relevance
Videos are submitted electronically at https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/avma. Important note: You will be required to complete the “View Proof” stage at submission. Though there will not be proofs to view, please complete this step to submit your video. Contact email@example.com if you have questions or require further guidance.
You will be required to provide 5 keywords at submission. Keywords increase discoverability, ranking, and visibility in search engine results, and therefore increase readership and citation of a manuscript. Include 1 or 2 of your 5 keywords in the title, in the first 2 sentences of the abstract, and throughout the article where they can be worked in naturally and in context. Keywords also help us promote your manuscript.