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2021/22 Renewal Period CLOSED

Posted Date: March 01, 2021

If the College has not received a registrant’s renewal application and payment for the 2021/22 Renewal Period which ended on February 28th, 2021, in accordance with section 21 of the Health Professions Actthat registrant will be removed from the register of dental hygienists in British Columbia effective March 1st, 2021 and may not practice dental hygiene until re-registered.

Reinstatement Information

The Registrar of the College may restore a former registrant to the register upon payment of renewal and reinstatement fees and completion of the online reinstatement form, which can be found by logging in to your online profile, as well as renewal requirements that have not been previously fulfilled. To reinstate registration, the College bylaws require a completed reinstatement application be submitted along with the outstanding renewal fee ($515.00 for Practicing Categories and $260.00 for Non-Practicing) and a reinstatement fee of:

  • $180.25 Reinstatement Fee for All Practicing Categories
  • $91.00 Reinstatement Fee for Non-Practicing
A non-renewed registrant must wait until they have been advised by the College that their reinstatement has been approved before returning to work.

Coffee with the College

Posted Date: February 24, 2021

We are pleased to announce the Coffee with the College webinar– an opportunity for dental hygienists to dialogue with the College about the newly updated QAP Assessment Tool and the recent orders from the Public Health Officer regarding the administration of the COVID-19 vaccination.

 
For more details and to register for Coffee with the College please click here.

Notice of Board Election Results

Posted Date: February 12, 2021

The College is pleased to release the verified Board Election Results.

QAP: The Facts

Posted Date: February 11, 2021

The Quality Assurance Program (QAP) is a vital way in which the College fulfills its mandate to regulate the profession of dental hygiene in the public interest. The College is aware that there are conversations taking place regarding the QAP, particularly in relation to the new version of the assessment tool. Many of the comments we have heard contain false and inaccurate information. As such, we have put together a document titled QAP: The Facts to respond to the comments and provide the facts. We encourage all registrants to ensure they are aware of the facts and remember their responsibilities as a regulated health care professional when considering the QAP.

Access Newsletter

Posted Date: January 21, 2021

The January edition of ACCESS is now available and includes information on the 2021 Renewal period, the new QAP Assessment Tool, the online Board Election, and an import Root of the Matter article on Professionalism and Credibility of Information.

Click here to read the January edition of Access.

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