OIE - Veterinary education on the move for a world that's well protected

Over 90 of the OIE's Member Countries, for the most part developing and in-transition countries in all regions of the world, have already invited the OIE to conduct an independent evaluation of their national animal health systems. The OIE conducts these evaluations using its “Performance of Veterinary Services” tool (PVS tool), based on 40 criteria each with 5 levels of quality.
Friday 6 February 2009 (9 years 2 months 14 days ago)
Over 90 of the OIE's Member Countries, for the most part developing and in-transition countries in all regions of the world, have already invited the OIE to conduct an independent evaluation of their national animal health systems. The OIE conducts these evaluations using its “Performance of Veterinary Services” tool (PVS tool), based on 40 criteria each with 5 levels of quality.

http://www.oie.int/eng/edito/en_lastedito.htm

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