"The following list contains references the Examination Committee suggests for use in preparation for the examination. The source of questions is not necessarily limited to this reference list.
"The most recent editions of the following textbooks are suggested reading."
"Download this document for a list of online regulatory information"
The document is located at the ACVCP exam website. We did not download it here so that you are always accessing the document as provided by ACVCP.
"Recommended Journals or Items for Review (note that this list is not exhaustive and the prudent examinee would review other relevant journals for other relevant articles, particularly for timely topics). Journals for Review (last 3 to 5 years up to 6 months prior to exam date)"
According to ACVCP, some of the monographs were originally published in a Journal of Veterinary Pharamcology and Therapeutics journal issues which is likely where the name "JVPT-USP Monographs" originated. They belong to AAVPT and are also called "AAVPT-USP Monographs." (which are listed on the website as “veterinary clinical drug information monographs).
To access them go to the American Academy of Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics website, then the "Resources" tab, then "Veterinary Clinical Drug Infomration Monographs."
Chapter 1151 PHARMACEUTICAL DOSAGE FORMS
Chapter 1160 PHARMACEUTICAL CALCULATIONS IN PRESCRIPTION COMPOUNDING