Exclusive to the AAVSB’s Member Boards, this site is your new tool for staying in-the-know on current legislative, regulatory, and board activity specific to veterinary medicine and pharmacy regulation in the U.S. and Canada.

North Carolina passes title protection for Veterinary Technicians

The Bill states “No person shall use the title “registered veterinary technician” or the title “veterinary technician,” the abbreviation “R.V.T.,” or any other words, letters, or symbols, with the intent to represent that the person is authorized to act as a registered veterinary technician unless that person is licensed by or registered with the Board as a registered veterinary technician in accordance with this Article.”

Dear Member Boards,

The AAVSB provides this new member service in support of its mission to support and advance the regulatory process for veterinary medicine. New tracking reports are released monthly, available on the last business day of each month throughout the full calendar year.

The AAVSB recognizes Member Boards have increasing needs for new resources that alert them to current issues impacting veterinary boards in the U.S. & Canada. As this online resource center expands, Member Boards will gain a powerful research tool and increase their usability of key legislative advancements.

We welcome ongoing feedback to increase the usability of our report formats to meet your needs, and please provide any update you’d like to share with your fellow Member Boards in next month’s report at memberservices@aavsb.org.

Your AAVSB Member Services Staff

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