We aim to reach as many registrants as possible by delivering a workshop or presentation to four locations each year (Vancouver, Victoria, Kelowna and Fraser Valley) and visiting other regions on a two- to three-year cycle.
We look forward to welcoming you at one of our upcoming events.
Your feedback is needed on proposed changes to the quality assurance requirements.
The Quality Assurance (QA) working group has drafted a proposed QA program that was approved by the Board for consultation. Since the revised program will change the QA requirements for all dentists, dental therapists, and CDAs, the College is hosting a series of engagement sessions across the province to hear registrant feedback on the proposed changes. Don’t miss this opportunity to participate.
Read about the proposed QA program >>
Watch a video about the upcoming sessions by Dr. Ash Varma, Chair of the QA Committee:
Friday, 14 September 20183-5pmAs part of the Kootenay and District Dental Society Fall LectureFairmont Hot Springs Resort, 5225 Fairmont Resort Rd.Fairmont Hot Springs, B.C.
Visit the Kootenay Dental Society website for registration details.
Friday, 28 September 20187-9pmAs part of the North West Dental Society meetingSkeena Valley Golf & Country Club, 3525 Golf Course Avenue, Terrace, Kitimat-Stikine E, B.C.
sessions on the Proposed QA Program are eligible for two continuing education credits.
The College will be giving a double presentation at TODS this year.
Friday, October 19, 2018
8:30am – 12:00pmDelta Grand Okanagan Resort, KelownaImproving the Quality Assurance Program: How Will the Proposed Changes Affect You?Presented by Dr. Ash Varma
The Quality Assurance (QA) working group has drafted a proposed QA program that will change the QA requirements for all dentists, dental therapists, and CDAs. Don’t miss this opportunity to share your thoughts on the draft program which will help formulate the final program.
What’s Trust Got to Do With It? Professional Pressures and Ethical Decision-makingPresented by Dr. Carlos Quiñonez
Dental advertising, ratings sites, and negative media coverage may all contribute to patients who are more skeptical and less trusting. How can we, as a profession, maintain our reputation? All members of the dental team are invited to join dental public health specialist and researcher Dr. Carlos Quiñonez for an exploration of professionalism and ethical practice…
TODS website for more info and registration.
Saturday October 20, 2018
Delta Grand Okanagan Resort, Kelowna (Selkirk Room)
Dr. Chris Hacker, Acting Registrar will be the keynote speaker at the TODS AGM. (Limited to dentists only.) Visit the TODS website for more info and registration.
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