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HPV-Risk Management and Prevention Strategies
May 19, 2021
MHx Update Form (This document may not open on your Smart phone)
Vaccine Hesitancy – What does the Dental Hygienist need to know?
November 29, 2019
Return to Work or Employment Issues
If you need help after viewing the Employment Law Webinar, BCDHA has retained Lia Moody of Samfiru Tumarkin Law Firm to provide expertise on return-to-work & employment issues.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with Subject: “LEGAL QUESTION” and we will consider whether it is appropriate for us to consult directly with Lia.
The Comprehensive Refresher Program modules were developed by a team of BC Dental Hygiene educators. This self-study review program has been tailored to suit all dental hygienists – from those who completed their dental hygiene education many years ago, right up to the most recent graduates. This refresher program is flexible and can be customized to give you just what you need. It consists of 21 self-study modules, with each module focussing on a specific area of dental hygiene practice. These modules help hygienists to both prepare for the CDHBC’s QAP Assessment Tool, and to address individual learning goals. Originally developed in 2012, these modules have been re-written to include up-to-date information and address current QAP criteria. These modules are sold as downloadable pdf documents.
For a limited time only, modules are on sale for $25 each at SHOP BCDHA.
Independent Practice Supports
BCDHA Fee Guides
This guide has been developed by the British Columbia Dental Hygienists’ Association for use by dental hygienists who are not working in the traditional dental practice setting. This guide is available to dental hygienists that operate their own dental hygiene practices. NOTE: The fee guide comes into effect February 1st. Dental hygienists who work in the traditional dentist office setting will continue to bill using the dentist’s number and fees. Click here to view the CDHA National List of Service Codes
If you require a copy of past fee guides, contact email@example.com.
– PBC will pay fee code 00971 at the rate of 00125, which is limited to two units per patient per calendar year.
– 00971 will be eligible for a temporary period for dates of service between April 6, 2020 and the removal of emergency care restrictions coinciding with recommendations of the provincial health officer.
– Code 00971 is not covered for the First Nations Health Authority (Policy: 40000).