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The College's Practice Advisors answer your questions related to the regulations, policy, and professional expectations associated with the practice of veterinary medicine. The service is free and confidential.
The College’s governing Council and its committees meet regularly throughout the year to make decisions concerning the College’s policy work and initiatives which enable it to meeting its mandate of protecting and serving the public interest.
The CVO Jurisprudence Examination requires candidates to demonstrate knowledge of the legislation that governs the profession in Ontario.
As a licensed member, you will find helpful information in this section to assist you with making changes to your licence and managing the accreditation of a veterinary facility. You will also find information concerning professional conduct and quality practice.
Organizations that can directly assist veterinarians in crisis with help and support. (Includes links to support and advice, Crisis hotline, suicide prevention services, member support services)
Reference material that can assist veterinarians with managing their well-being in a non-emergency situation. (Includes articles, literature, infosheets, guides, videos, podcasts)
Reference material to assist veterinarians with skills to support their own well-being and that of their colleagues (Includes webinars, courses, workshops, learning modules, events/conferences).
It is important to discuss mental health in the veterinary profession openly without fear of judgement. This section provides information about awareness campaigns and special dates.