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Survey of libraries in veterinary practice
  1. ME Raw


Responses were received to a survey of practice libraries, from 537 practices. The average practice library contained between 11 and 30 books and one or two journals. Between 50 pounds and 100 pounds was spent on books each year. Practitioners wished they had more time to read and that the literature was orientated towards practice.

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