CDSBC is governed by a 12-member Board composed of 50% certified dental assistants, dental therapists and dentists, and 50% public members. The Board is led by a chair elected from within
The Board is responsible for ensuring that the organization’s mandate – regulation of dentistry in the public interest – is carried out effectively and efficiently on behalf of British Columbians.
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CDSBC’s committee structure organizes the committees into three types: regulatory, professional standards, and Board committees.
This ten-committee structure was implemented in 2020 and reflects our over-arching commitment to protecting patients and the public. It is a direct result of the Action Plan CDSBC developed in response to the Cayton Report.
Committee members do important work on the College’s behalf, such as: reviewing and revising policies, creating new standards and guidance for the profession, and holding discipline hearings for serious complaint matters.
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