CDHA exists so that its members are able to provide quality preventive, and therapeutic oral healthcare as well as health promotion for all members of the Canadian public.
The board's decisions on strategic direction take the form of specific, measurable outcomes called "Ends".
- Direct Access - Members practise as primary health-care providers in an environment which the Canadian public has direct access to dental hygiene care.
- Public Recognition - Members’ value is recognized by the Canadian public.
- Supportive Public Policy - Members practise in a supportive public policy environment.
- interprofessional Practice - Members engage in interprofessional practice.
- National Voice - Members have a strong national voice on oral health and overall health-care.
- Professional Identity and National Professional Standards - Members are united in their identity as a profession. Members are committed to national professional standards.
- Knowledge and Research - Members create, contribute to and utilize a growing body of professional knowledge. Members engage in dental hygiene research.
- Business Success - Members have resources to support business success.
- Leadership - Members’ potential for leadership is developed.
- Workplace Wellbeing - Members have resources for safeguarding their well-being in the workplace
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