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The following Professional Development Opportunities are available to you:
The College of Dentistry and the College of Dental Surgeons of Saskatchewan are offering the following CE courses.
1. Facially Generated Treatment Planning
2. Risk Management, Collaborative Practice & Ownership In Today’s Dental Practice
For Further information, annual CE Calendar 2015-16, or to register online please visit the College of Dentistry website…. http://www.usask.ca/dentist…/alumni/continuing-education.php
At this time, the SDHA is extending a Call for Nominations for one (1) Registered Dental Hygienist who is interested in serving on the SDHA Council for a three (3) year term -
September 2015 through September 2018. The election to fill the Council vacancies will occur at the SDHA AGM, Saturday, September 12, 2015.
The SDHA consists of 6 elected dental hygienists and 3 public representatives appointed by government.
Now is the opportune time to consider the difference your participation on SDHA Council could make. If you or someone you know is interested in contributing their time, talent and wisdom to the growth of the SDHA, please submit the Biography Form (enclosed) to the SDHA office no later than Tuesday, August 25, 2015.
Saskatchewan Polytechnic is offering a Local Anesthesia continuing education course at Regina Campus, Regina SK. The course is for Registered Dental Hygienists who have not taken a local anesthesia course in their undergraduate program or who have taken a course but do not meet the licensing body’s restrictions on local anesthetic administration.
The required textbook, Handbook of Local Anesthesia, 6th edition (Malamed 2012) is available from the Saskatchewan Polytechnic Regina Campus bookstore (1-866-569-8398) cost $ 98.95. The course manual will be mailed to you in advance of the course allowing approximately two weeks for completion of self-study objectives prior to the on campus seminar.
At the three-day seminar, you will discuss the material completed by self-study, participate in pre-clinical labs and administer local anesthetic on a partner. You will be evaluated with a performance test and a written exam. To complete the course, you will be required to administer local anesthetics to patients in your practice under the direct supervision of a dentist.
|Dates:||October 10, 11, 12, 2015Saturday, Sunday, & Monday 9:00 am 5:00 pm|
|Location:||Saskatchewan Polytechnic Regina Campus4500 Wascana ParkwayREGINA SK S4P 3A3|
|Tuition:||$ 945 Course Registration Number: 02-3260|
|Registration:||Registration will be available July 2, 2015Registration deadline – Monday, September 21, 2015Applications will be accepted on a first come basis upon receipt of paymentand a copy of your provincial dental hygiene license
|Class Limit:||Minimum of 12 students is required for the course to be offered; maximum is 24|
To Register, please contact:
Saskatchewan Polytechnic Regina Campus
P.O. Box 556, 4500 Wascana Parkway
REGINA SK S4P 3A3
Phone: (306) 775-7301 or Toll Free in Saskatchewan 1-866-467-4278
Fax: (306) 775-7760
June 16, 2015 (Ottawa, ON) — The Canadian Dental Hygienists Association (CDHA) is thrilled to announce the launch of www.dentalhygienecanada.ca — a website containing a wealth of information for the general public about dental hygiene and oral health. The site features oral health facts and FAQs, information sheets and other resources, as well as a children’s educational area with lots of fun downloads. The centrepiece of the site is CDHA’s new “Find an Independent Dental Hygienist” search engine, allowing the public to locate independent dental hygiene service providers in their area.
“Oral health is an important component of overall health and well-being” explains Mandy Hayre, president of CDHA. While many of us think that the worst outcome of poor dental hygiene is tooth loss, research shows that poor oral hygiene can lead to periodontal disease, which is a risk factor for serious illnesses, such as diabetes, lung and heart diseases, and stroke. Dental hygienists, as primary health care providers, want to ensure that all Canadians have the resources that they need to develop and maintain good oral hygiene habits. “With the launch of dentalhygienecanada.ca,” Hayre notes, “timely, reliable, and easy-to-read information on oral health care is now at your fingertips. CDHA and its members across the country encourage you to visit the site today to protect your smile for tomorrow.”
Serving the profession since 1963, CDHA is the collective national voice of more than 26,800 registered dental hygienists working in Canada, directly representing 17,000 individual members including dental hygienists and students. Dental hygiene is the sixth largest registered health profession in Canada, with professionals working in a variety of settings, including independent practice, with people of all ages, addressing issues related to oral health. For more information on oral health, visit www.dentalhygienecanada.ca