Nev. Admin. Code § 638.0601 - Identification as intern; supervision
Current through August 4, 2021
Before a veterinary intern performs any service regarding an animal for which he or she is studying or receiving training, the veterinary intern shall identify himself or herself as a veterinary intern.
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NAC 638.0601 Identification as intern; supervision. (NRS 638.070)
1. Before performing any service regarding an animal, a veterinary intern shall identify himself or herself as a veterinary intern.
2. While performing any service regarding an animal, a veterinary intern shall be under the direct supervision of a supervising veterinarian who:
(a) Is in good standing with the Board;
(b) Is responsible for all actions taken by the veterinary intern regarding an animal; and
(c) Is subject to disciplinary action for any violation of this chapter or chapter 638 of NRS by the veterinary intern.
(Added to NAC by Bd. of Veterinary Med. Exam’rs by R069-01, eff. 10-12-2001; A by R074-06, 6-28-2006)