The Brazilian Journal of Veterinary Medicine (ISSN printed - 0100-2430, ISSN electronics 2527-2179) is the official organ of the Society of Veterinary Medicine of the State of Rio de Janeiro.

 It was launched in 1971 as a scientific journal of the Society of Veterinary Medicine of the State of Rio de Janeiro (Somverj), being recognized by the Brazilian Society of Veterinary Medicine (SBMV) and the Regional Veterinary Medicine Council of the State of Rio de Janeiro (CRMV- RJ). The RBMV circulates continuously since then with the registration ISSN 0100-2430 for the printed form.
Seeking to adapt the BJVM to the new platform for communication and dissemination of knowledge, the RBMV, at its forty-six anniversary, is undergoing the major reformulation, being re-launched in the online form, as an open access journal (Open Journal) and being published in English language, which becomes the first language of the journal, and also in the Portuguese language, maintains its original mission of disseminating knowledge throughout Brazil and increasing access to the entire scientific community through the English language. The RBMV is registered with the National Institute of Industrial Property (INPI), an agency of the Ministry of Industry and Commerce (MIC), under no. 819.683.795. And ISSN (print) 0100-2430.
In 2017 received the registration in the ISSN on line 2527-2430.

Open access policy

 The RBMV policy allows open access to all articles immediately after publication, without the requirement of embargo, shipment, acceptance or payment.

 Focus and scope of the journal

 The RBMV The bilingual journal (English and Portuguese) is quarterly, publishing research results in the form of original articles, case reports and reviews for subareas of veterinary medicine. Manuscripts approved in pre-evaluation by editors will be submitted to two or three peer reviewers, guaranteed anonymity throughout the trial process. The reviewers' comments will be returned to the authors for changes in the text or justification for their preservation. Only after final approval of the reviewers and editors will the manuscript be submitted for publication. Articles that show no merit, contain significant errors of methodology or that do not comply with the journal's editorial policy will be rejected without appeal.

Copyright notice

All contents published in the Journal of Veterinary Medicine (BJVM) are protected by original copyright with all rights reserved to the author unless otherwise indicated. The deposited copyright work remains with the author (s) of the work (s) deposited to protect the rights that may be held by third parties in materials included in the deposited work (s) ).

The content of RBMV and St. licensed under a Creative Commons license type CC-BY 4, which allows you to share, copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format Adapt to remix, transform and create from material for any purpose, even if commercial, provided that the appropriate credit is given to the author for the original work.

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The names and e-mail addresses entered on this journal site will be used solely for the stated purposes of this journal and will not be available for any other purpose or for any other purpose.

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 Collection policy

The RBMV charges a fee of US $ 300.00 or US $ 100.00 for Brazilian and foreign authors, respectively. There is no fee to send, no fee for editorial or letters to the publisher. There is no fee to send, no charge for editorial editor or notes.

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 Intellectual property

All content of the journal, except when identified, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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