Manitoba Subject Matter Experts Needed

The Canadian Council of Veterinary Registrars (CCVR) has launched its Limited Licensure Project (LLP). The LLP aims to build an assessment program to assess the competence of veterinarians with a proposed limited scope of practice. The assessment program includes portfolio and supervised practice assessment components. The CCVR has engaged a contractor to assist with the project development.

We are currently seeking 8 to 10 subject matter experts (SMEs) from across Canada to assist with the development of the portfolio and supervised practice components. To ensure broad representation, we are looking for at least one candidate from each Canadian jurisdiction. Click here to view the Terms of Reference for the SME Group.

Criteria include availability over the summer months and experience in at least one of the 3 following practice areas: small/companion animal, production animal, and equine.

Please email Corey Wilson, MVMA ED/Registrar,,  with your expression of interest (i.e., contact information and brief background) no later than June 5, 2023.

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