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Title: Evaluation of VS: Addressing Veterinary Statutory Bodies, Private veterinarians and para-professionals


1
Dr. Caroline Planté OIE Sub-regional
Representation in Brussels
Evaluation of VSAddressing Veterinary Statutory
Bodies, Private veterinarians and
para-professionals
2
Purposes of evaluation
1 International exchanges
  • Countries have the right to evaluate the VS of a
    potential trading partner
  • importing countries
  • exporting countries

Legal basis from Article 1.3.4.1 gt To assist
the process of risk analysis in international
trade in animals and animal derived-products to
which official sanitary and/or zoosanitary
controls apply.
3
Purposes of evaluation
  • from Article 1.3.3.3.
  • Members should recognise the right of another
    Member to undertake, or request it to undertake,
    an evaluation of its VS where the initiating
    Member is an actual or prospective importer, and
    where the evaluation is to be a component of a
    risk analysis process which is to be used to
    determine sanitary measures to be applied to
    trade.

4
Purposes of evaluation
2 Self-evaluation
  • Assessment of strengths and weaknesses
  • Improvement of internal efficiency
  • Resources allocation at political domestic level
  • External resources if necessary

Legal basis from Article 1.3.4.1. To assist a
national authority in the decision-making process
regarding priorities for its own VS..
5
Who evaluates?
  • Self-evaluation
  • first party evaluation
  • By VS of trading partners
  • second partyevaluation
  • By a third and independent body
  • third party recognition ? OIE

Third party
OIE
First party
second party
6
How to evaluate?
Based on OIE Code Guidelines (chap
1.3.4) Articles 1.3.4.3 to 1.3.4.13Evaluation
criteria Article 1.3.4.14 Detailed information
7
How to evaluate?
Using the OIE-PVS Tool Tool for the evaluation
of Performance of Veterinary Services
Reference to the PVS included in the OIE Code
since 2006 (not the tool itself, as it is not a
OIE standard, art 1.3.4.5)
8
Structure of the OIE-PVS tool
4 fundamental components
Critical competencies (6 - 12)
5 level of advancement
  • Human, physical and financial resources
  • Technical authority and capability
  • Interactions with stakeholders
  • Access to markets

9
Selected chapters of the OIE-PVS tool
  • Chap I- Human, physical and financial resources
  • Section I-1 Professional and technical staffing
    of the VS
  • Section I-2 Competencies of veterinarians and
    veterinary para-professionals
  • Section I-3 Continuing education
  • Chap III- Interaction with stakeholders
  • Section III-4 Accreditation/authorisation/delegat
    ion
  • Section III-5 Veterinary Statutory Body

10
Evaluation criteria
  • Art 1.3.4.5 Human resources
  • Core of full time civil service employees
  • Must include veterinarians
  • Should include vet. paraprofessionals
  • May include private sector vets and vet. paraprof
  • Functions to be described in detail Analyse of
    adequate skills to undertake the tasks
  • Sufficient number of qualified, experienced
    field vets
  • Legislative basis and administrative mechanisms
    in place

Subject to disciplinary procedures
11
Evaluation criteria
  • OIE-PVS Professional and technical staffing
  • The appropriate staffing of the VS to allow for
    veterinary and technical functions to be
    undertaken efficiently and effectively.
  • A-Veterinary and other professionals
  • level 1 the majority of veterinary and other
    professional positions are not occupied by
    appropriately qualified personnel
  • level 2 . are occupied by appropriately
    qualified personnel at central and state /
    provincial levels.
  • level 3 . are occupied by appropriately
    qualified personnel at local (field) level
  • level 4 There is a systematic approach to
    defining job descriptions and formal appointment
    procedures for veterinarians and other
    professionals.
  • level 5 there are effective management
    procedures for performance assessment of
    veterinarians and other professionals

12
Evaluation criteria
  • OIE-PVS Competencies of veterinarians and
    veterinary para-professionals
  • The capability of the VS to efficiently carry
    out their veterinary andtechnical functions
    measured by the academic qualifications of their
    personnel in veterinary, other professional and
    technical positions.
  • A-Veterinary and other professionals
  • level 1 The veterinarians practices, knowledge
    and attitudes are of a variable standard that
    usually allow for elementary clinical and
    administrative activities of the VS.
  • level 2 . are of a uniform standard that
    usually allow for accurate and appropriate
    clinical and administrative activities of the VS.
  • level 3 usually allow undertaking all
    professional/technical activities of the VS (e.g.
    epidemiological surveillance, early warning,
    public health, etc.).
  • level 4 usually allow undertaking specialized
    activities as may be needed by the VS. .
  • level 5 .. are subject to regular updating, or
    international harmonisation, or evaluation

13
Evaluation criteria
  • OIE-PVS Continuing education
  • The capability of the VS to maintain and improve
    the competence of their personnel in terms of
    relevant information and understanding measured
    in terms of the implementation of an annually
    reviewed training programme.
  • level 1 The VS have no access to continuing
    veterinary, professional or technical education.
  • level 2 . have access to CE (internal and/or
    external programmes) on an irregular basis but it
    does not take into account needs, or new
    information or understanding.
  • level 3 have access to CE that is reviewed
    annually and updated as necessary, but it is
    implemented for less than 50 of the relevant
    personnel
  • level 4 and it is implemented for more than 50
    of the relevant personnel.
  • level 5 The VS have up-to-date CE that is
    implemented for all relevant personnel.

14
Evaluation criteria
  • OIE-PVS Accreditation/authorization/delegation
  • The authority and capability of the public
    sector of the VS to accredit / authorise /
    delegate the private sector (e.g. private
    veterinarians and laboratories), to carry out
    official tasks on its behalf.
  • level 1 The public sector of the VS has neither
    the authority nor the capability to accredit /
    authorise / delegate the private sector to carry
    out official tasks. .
  • level 2 . has the authority and capability to
    accredit / authorise / delegate to the private
    sector, but there are no current accreditation /
    authorisation / delegation activities
  • level 3 develops accreditation / authorisation
    / delegation programmes for certain tasks, but
    these are not routinely reviewed.
  • level 4 develops and implements accreditation /
    authorisation / delegation programmes, and these
    are routinely reviewed.
  • level 5 ...carries out audits of its
    accreditation / authorisation / delegation
    programmes, in order to maintain the trust of
    their trading partners and stakeholders. .

15
Evaluation criteria
  • Art 1.3.4.12 Evaluation of VSB
  • Objectives and functions
  • e.g. licensing and/or registration minimum
    standards of education standards of
    professional conduct
  • Legislative basis, autonomy and functional
    capacity
  • Capacity to enforce control and apply
    disciplinary procedures
  • Composition and representation of the bodys
    membership
  • Accountability and transparency in
    decision-making
  • Procedures of enquiries, publication, sentences,
    mechanism for appeal
  • Sources and management of funding
  • Administration of training programmes and
    continuing professional development for vets and
    vet. parap.
  • Documentation on content, duration, participants
    good vet practices

16
Evaluation criteria
  • OIE-PVS Veterinary Statutory Body
  • The Veterinary Statutory Body (VSB) is an
    autonomous authority responsible for the
    regulation of the veterinarians and veterinary
    para-professionals. Its role is defined in the
    Terrestrial Code
  • level 1 There is no legislation establishing a
    VSB.
  • level 2 There is a VSB, but it does not have
    legislated authority to make decisions nor to
    apply disciplinary measures.
  • level 3 The VSB regulates veterinarians and
    veterinary para-professionals only within certain
    sectors of the VS (e.g. public sector but not
    private sector veterinarians).
  • level 4 The VSB regulates veterinarians and
    veterinary para-professionals throughout the VS.
  • level 5 The VSB is subject to evaluation
    procedures in respect of autonomy, functional
    capacity and membership representation.

17
Conclusion
  • Compliance with OIE standards of quality and
    evaluation
  • Essential for
  • Efficiency of VS Trust in VS
  • Human resources constitute a crucial element
    for the quality of VS

18
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