VetCompass stands for Veterinary Companion Animal Surveillance System Australia.
The idea behind this project is to build a database from information gathered during day-to-day veterinary consultations. This will increase our understanding of the frequency of and risk factors for disorders seen in Australian dogs and cats and will provide a rich source of data for research into their health problems as encountered by veterinarians.
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VetCompass is a project of the University of Sydney, University of Adelaide, University of Melbourne, University of Queensland, Murdoch University, Charles Sturt University and James Cook University, in collaboration with the Royal Veterinary College, London, UK.