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15.14.17.00.htm 15.14.17.00. Title 15 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Subtitle 14 BOARD OF VETERINARY MEDICAL EXAMINERS Chapter 17 Requirements for Practical Training of Veterinary Students Authority: Agriculture Article, §2-301 and 2-304, Annotated Code of Maryland
15.14.17.01.htm 15.14.17.01. 01 Purpose.. The purpose of this chapter is to establish the terms and conditions under which a veterinarian may supervise the practical training of a veterinary medical student.
15.14.17.02.htm 15.14.17.02. 02 Application.. This chapter applies to all veterinary practitioners in the State who supervise veterinary medical students who practice veterinary medicine.
15.14.17.03.htm 15.14.17.03. 03 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) "AVMA" means the American Veterinary Medical Association.. 2) "Board" means the State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners.. 3) "Responsible direct supervision" means competent, immediate, and active supervision by a veterinary practitioner. The veterinary practitioner shall be:a) In the immediate vicinity of where the work is being performed; and. b) Actively engaged in su
15.14.17.04.htm 15.14.17.04. 04 Requirements of Veterinary Practitioners.. A veterinary practitioner who offers practical training to a veterinary medical school student shall:A. Ensure that the veterinary medical school student meets the definition of a veterinary preceptee before permitting the student to practice veterinary medicine under the responsible direct supervision of the veterinary practitioner.B. Provide responsible direct supervision to the veterinary preceptee at all times the veterinary pr
15.14.17.05.htm 15.14.17.05. 05 Written Approval from Client.. Before allowing a veterinary preceptee to perform surgery on a patient unassisted by the veterinary practitioner, the veterinary practitioner shall obtain written approval from the client. This written approval shall include, at a minimum, the following information:A. Client's name;. B. Pet's name;. C. A statement which indicates the following:. 1) The number of years successfully completed by the veterinary preceptee at an AVMA-accredited scho
15.14.17.06.htm 15.14.17.06. 06 Written Approval from Humane Society or Animal Shelter.. Provided an animal upon which surgery is to be performed is owned by a humane society or animal shelter, and the surgery is to be performed in the humane society or animal shelter, the veterinary practitioner shall obtain written approval from the owner of the humane society or animal shelter before allowing the veterinary preceptee to perform any surgeries upon animals unassisted by the veterinary practitioner. This writ
15.14.17.07.htm 15.14.17.07. 07 Penalties.. After giving a veterinary practitioner notice and an opportunity to be heard, the Board may impose a civil penalty instead of, or in addition to, suspending or revoking the veterinarian's license if the veterinarian fails to comply with the Board's requirements set forth in this chapter.
15.14.17.9999.htm 15.14.17.9999. Administrative History Effective date:. Regulations .01―07 adopted as an emergency provision effective May 26, 2010 (37:13 Md. R. 850) adopted permanently effective October 18, 2010 (37:21 Md. R. 1437)
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