As a registered specialist veterinary practitioner, you must inform the board each year of the following information:
- any crimes you have been convicted of
- any impairments you have suffered that affects your ability to practice veterinary science
- whether your interstate registration has been cancelled, suspended or has had conditions placed on it
- whether you have been refused a licence or registration in relation to your work as a veterinary practitioner
- details of any professional training or development that you have done.
Failure to provide this information each year will lead to cancellation of your registration.
You must notify the board of any changes to your name, address or contact details within 14 days of making the change.
An advisory committee will prescribe the minimum standards that must be met on re-registration as a specialist veterinary practitioner.