Fowler’s Zoo and Wild Animal Medicine Current Therapy, Volume 9, In many ways, this is a sad edition of Zoo and Wild Animal Medicine (ZAWAM) to edit as it is the first without Murray Fowler.
Fowler’s Zoo and Wild Animal Medicine Current Therapy, Volume 9
He was truly one of the giants of the field of zoo and wildlife medicine (see tribute in this edition). Appropriately, it will always be called “Fowler’s” ZAWAM. At the same time, it is a pleasure to welcome two new co-editors, Paul Calle and Nadine Lamberski.
This 9th edition contains 100 chapters and returns to the current veterinary therapy format featuring focused, specialized topics, which will also be the focus of the 10th edition. The last (8th) edition featured the taxa-based approach, which will also be the focus of the 11th edition.
This volume contains many taxa-based clinical topics, but also additional issues important to zoo and wildlife veterinarians (e.g., leadership, occupational health, education of the public [children] about our profession, sample importation, the role of animal welfare, and decision making, as well as One Health, and emerging diseases).
The challenges for zoo and wildlife medicine, and for the veterinarians who implement it, are worldwide. Therefore, as in previous editions, the authors are an international group and in this edition represent 115+ authors from 21 countries on 6 continents: Argentina, Austria, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Denmark, France, Hungary, Germany, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Madagascar, Mexico, Peru, South Africa, Spain, The Netherlands, United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
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