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VSBs in Asia, Far East and Oceania. Ronello C. Abila Sub-Regional Representative for South-East Asia Tomoko Ishibashi Deputy Regional Representative for Asia and the Pacific. Outline. Introduction VSB status in the region OIE activities relevant to VSBs. OIE PVS Pathway. « Treatment ».

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Vsbs in asia far east and oceania

VSBs in Asia, Far East and Oceania

Ronello C. Abila

Sub-Regional Representative for South-East Asia

Tomoko Ishibashi

Deputy Regional Representative for Asia and the Pacific


Outline

Outline

  • Introduction

  • VSB status in the region

  • OIE activities relevant to VSBs


Vsbs in asia far east and oceania

OIE PVS Pathway

« Treatment »

Capacity Building,

Specific Activities,

Projects and Programs 

Veterinary

Legislation

Public / Private

Partnerships

« Diagnosis »

« Prescription »

PVS

Evaluation

PVS

Gap Analysis

PVS Pathway

Follow-Up

Missions

Veterinary

Education

including

Veterinary Services’ StrategicPriorities

Laboratories

The OIE collaborates with governments, donors and other stakeholders

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Vsbs in asia far east and oceania

Strengthen VS

VSB- use of OIE standards and guidelines ensure accreditation of quality veterinary professionals

VEE curriculum compliance with OIE standards and guidelines

- produce quality graduates


Veterinary statutory body

Veterinary statutory body

  • an autonomous regulatory body for veterinarians and veterinary para-professionals.

    • objectives and functions;

    • legislative basis ;

    • composition ;

    • accountability and transparency of decision-making;

    • sources and management of funding;

    • continuing professional development


Vsb status in asia far east and oceania

VSB Status in Asia, Far East and Oceania

  • 32 members

  • Majority of members have regulations for veterinarians but very limited for veterinary para-professionals


Members with vsbs or equivalent accreditation bodies

Members with VSBs or equivalent accreditation bodies

  • 23 out of 32 members with VSB

  • 6 out of 32 members without VSB

  • 3 members with no information


Three types of vsbs or accreditation bodies

Three types of VSBs or Accreditation Bodies

  • Independent Board or Council

  • Veterinary Associations

  • Ministry of Agriculture / Veterinary Authority or the government component of the Veterinary Services.


Types of vsbs or accreditation bodies

Types of VSBs or Accreditation Bodies

  • Board or Council = 12 / 23

  • Min of Agri.(Vet Authority) = 8 / 23

  • Vet Association = 3 / 23


Vsb legislation

VSB Legislation

  • Specific legislations to regulate veterinary profession including creation of VSB

  • Part of the animal health and livestock development legislation

  • No legislation but some guidelines issued by relevant government agencies


Vsb legislation1

VSB Legislation

  • With Legislation = 15 / 23

  • Without Legislation = 8 / 23


Licensing registration process

Licensing / Registration Process

  • Examination from accredited schools

    • Set in an examination after graduation

  • Automatic registration from accredited schools either from domestic or foreign


Licensing registration

Licensing / Registration

  • Examination from accredited schools = 7 / 23

  • Accredited schools = 16 / 23


Vsb composition

VSB composition

  • Selected from various field of expertise of veterinary professionals

  • Institutional Representation from VS, Vet schools and Vet Association

  • Elected members

  • Appointed by Ministry of Agriculture / Veterinary Authority


Initiatives for multi country recognition of veterinarians

Initiatives for multi-country recognition of veterinarians


Australasian veterinary boards council avbc

Australasian Veterinary Boards Council (AVBC)

  • incorporated in December 1999 by agreement of the state and territory Veterinary Boards of Australia and the Veterinary Council of New Zealand

  • aim was to create a legal entity with authority to speak and act on behalf of all registering authorities.

Source: http://www.avbc.asn.au/


Vsbs in asia far east and oceania

Source: http://www.avbc.asn.au/


Australasian veterinary boards council avbc1

Australasian Veterinary Boards Council (AVBC)

  • providing a forum for communication and discussion of areas of mutual interest and policy development;

  • providing the framework for public and industry confidence in veterinary standards;

  • assuring and promoting educational standards in the accreditation of veterinary schools, the National Veterinary Examination and specialist accreditation.

Source: http://www.avbc.asn.au/


Asean mutual recognition agreement

ASEAN Mutual Recognition Agreement

  • AEC 2015 - single market and production base, free-flow of goods and services, and integrated into the global economy

  • ASEAN Free Trade Agreement (AFTA)

    • free flow of goods, services and investment

  • ASEAN Framework Agreement on Services (AFAS)

  • ASEAN Mutual Recognition Agreement (MRA)


Vsbs in asia far east and oceania

ASEAN MRA for Veterinary professionals is under development

  • OBJECTIVES:

  • facilitate mobility of veterinarians within ASEAN;

  • exchange information and enhance cooperation in respect of mutual recognition of veterinarians;

  • promote adoption of best practices on standards and qualifications; and

  • provide opportunities for capacity building and training.

  • Recognition Professional Regulatory Authority of the Host Country, equivalent to VSB


Asean oie mou

ASEAN- OIE MOU

OIE can provide guidance to ASEAN MS to comply with OIE standards on VSBs in the development of MRA for Vets.


Oie activities in region

OIE activities in region

  • First Twinning of VEE

    • Minnesota and Chiangmai Universities

  • Twinning of VSBs of Thailand with Ireland is in the process;

  • Vietnam is being supported through Australian AID STANDZ-SGF in the setting up of their VSB;


1 st oie se asia vee and vsb workshop

1st OIE SE Asia VEE and VSB Workshop

February 2011, Cebu, Philippines


2 nd oie se asia vee and vsb workshop

2nd OIE SE Asia VEE and VSB Workshop

September 2012, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


3 rd oie se asia vee and vsb workshop

3rd OIE SE Asia VEE and VSB Workshop

September 2013, Surabaya, Indonesia


Veterinary education support to lao and cambodia

Veterinary education support to Lao and Cambodia

  • Lao PDR

    • Training at Khon khaen Uni, Thailand

    • Excahnge students

    • Teaching materials

  • Cambodia

    • Workshop

    • Curriculum dev’t

    • Staff excahnge with Thailand and Philippines


Partner organizations

Partner organizations

  • South-East Asia Veterinary Schools Association (SEAVSA)

  • Federation of Asian Veterinary Associations (FAVA)

  • Association of Asian Veterinary Schools (AAVS)


Conclusion

Conclusion

  • Many members recognize the importance of VSBs for strengthening of VS

  • VSBs becoming more important to regulate not only for national but also regional/global practice of veterinarians

  • Collaboration of VS, VEEs and VSBs is essential

  • Need to align practices of existing VSB or equivalent accreditation bodies with OIE standards and guidelines


Vsbs in asia far east and oceania

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