Embryo Transfer

September 2011

 

Oklahoma Veterinary Practice Act
  Nonveterinary Reproductive Services Technician Source Notes
Required level of general education Prior to 7/2012: Bachelor of Science

After 7/2012: 1) Ph.D or 2) Masters of Science and Board Certification in animal physiology by the American Registry of Professional Animal Scientists
www.sos.ok.gov Prior to 7/2012: BS (including 6 sem. hours of repro physiology) and practical experience in embryo transfer in ruminating animals with signed affidavit by 2 clients and 2 individuals certified by the AETA
Hands-On Animal Patient Training Not specified   After 7/2012: Ph.D. from accredited college of university with emphasis in animal reproductive physiology or a Master of Science degree from an accredited college or university with emphasis in animal reproductive physiology and Board Certification in animal physiology by the American Registry of Professional Animal Scientists
Certification Exam Yes (Board approved examination process)    
Continuing Education Required 8 hours / year www.sos.ok.gov Certification examination approved by the Examination Committee that is overseen by the Board (practice act further details the composition of the committee)
Legal ability to prescribe drugs to animals No www.sos.ok.gov Proof of at least 8 hours of CE from courses and study approved by the Board shall be required for annual certification renewal
Overseeing agency / regulating body Oklahoma Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners www.okvetboard.com  
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Source: Staff research, AVMA State Legislative and Regulatory Department
Contact: Tara Southwell, State Policy Analyst, AVMA State Legislative and Regulatory Department, 847-285-6779