Serving the profession since 1963, CDHA is the collective national voice of more than 26,850 dental hygienists working in Canada and we directly represent 17,000 individual members including dental hygienists and students.
Key highlights of interest to CDHA and dental hygiene professionals from the recent federal budget.
Our Put Your Purple On #DHpurplepride photo contest, supported by PHILIPS, has received 263 entries! Vote for your favourite by June 15.
Oh Canada! magazine is seeking submissions for its upcoming summer FOCUS section on "Emerging Technologies for the Dental Hygienist." The deadline for submissions is June 1. Please review our author guidelines and contact Angie D'Aoust at email@example.com as soon as possible.
CDHA’s Dental Hygiene Recognition Program celebrates excellence in research, teaching, oral health promotion, and more. Apply for one of our prestigious awards yourself, on behalf of your clinic, or consider nominating a co-worker or instructor. The submission deadline is May 31. More.
CDHA is seeking an individual to provide support for dental hygienists who are practising independently. This advisor will respond to all enquiries relating to independent practice, monitor the Independent Practice Community listerv, and work with the insurance industry. The successful applicant must be an RDH, and an active CDHA member. He or she must own or practise in an independent practice, and have at least 5 years of related experience. View the full posting
CDHA’s Board of Directors is currently holding elections for two director positions. Notices have been sent to members in Ontario and Saskatchewan via email. These notices included voting instructions as well as a link to the candidates’ election platforms and CVs. If you have any questions regarding the elections, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
CDHA is pleased to see that the 2015 Spring Reports of the Auditor General of Canada focus on the critical issue of access to health services and medical transportation for remote First Nations communities. First Nations, Inuit, and Métis peoples experience unacceptably high rates of oral disease, often requiring treatment that is not available locally. Read CDHA’s response to the auditor general’s report here.
Canadian Dental Hygienists Support Improved Health Services to Remote First Nations Communities
April 30, 2015 -
CDHA is pleased to see that the 2015 Spring Reports of the Auditor General of Canada focus on the critical issue of access to health services and medical transportation for remote First Nations communities.
Dental Hygienists Encourage You To Take the LISTERINE® Challenge
April 27, 2015 -
CDHA is thrilled to announce an exciting partnership with LISTERINE® and the LISTERINE® Challenge to help improve Canadians’ oral health. The partnership provides CDHA with an opportunity to raise up to $10,000.
Ebola Resources from the ADA and CDC
October 27, 2014 -
The ADA Division of Science advises dental professionals not to treat dental patients if they have signs and symptoms of Ebola