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Selected Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation Textbooks

 

Selected Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation Journals

Library Tips and More Info

 

FINAL READING LIST for the 2012 BOARD-CERTIFICATION EXAMINATION

(As of January 5, 2012): Please note that this is a guideline for a reading list of textbooks and journals suggested for preparation for the 2012 board-certification examination with the American College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation.

Disclaimer: Due to the very diverse knowledge base required of sports medicine and rehabilitation, this reading list is suggested, but not all inclusive. Candidates should use the American College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation examination rubric for identification of examination topics and the percentage distribution of examination questions within in each topic area as the basis for preparation for the respective examinations.

 

Selected Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation Textbooks

Each of the selected textbooks contains chapters with material pertinent to the field of sports medicine and rehabilitation. The applicant will be responsible for material within relevant chapters related to the basic science and clinical practice of veterinary sports medicine and rehabilitation within the species of interest (i.e., canine or equine).

Core Knowledge Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation Textbooks

Canine Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation Textbooks

Equine Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation Textbooks

Selected Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation Journals

The human and veterinary journals listed below contain articles relevant to the field of veterinary sports medicine and rehabilitation. Within the listed journals, the majority of examination questions will originate from literature published within the last five years. For the 2012 American College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation board-certification examination, questions will be created from literature published between January 2007 and January 2012.

Exam questions may also originate from information in older journal articles (<2007) if they are considered essential or foundational to the development and practice of veterinary sports medicine and rehabilitation. The applicant is responsible for material as it relates to the basic science and clinical practice of veterinary sports medicine and rehabilitation within the species of interest (i.e., canine or equine).

Journals Related to Canine Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation

Journals Related to Equine Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation

Library Tips

Search the catalog for additional rehabilitation resources available at NCSU Libraries.

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American College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation - *PRELIMINARY* READING LIST for the 2012 BOARD-CERTIFICATION EXAMINATIONS (9/6/2011)

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