CDHNS The College of Dental Hygienists of Nova Scotia
|The College of Dental Hygienists of Nova Scotia, in the best interest of the public, regulates members, promotes excellence in care and advances the profession.
The College of Dental Hygienists of Nova Scotia was awarded a Wellness Grant by the Chebucto West Community Health Board to continue the work for the Volunteer Dental Hygiene Clinic for Syrian Refugee Children on February 1, 2017.
Pictured (l-r):Caitlyn Campbell and Julian Morrison MC's for the evening from the Chebucto West Community Health Board and Shannon O'Neill, Co-ordinator for the Dental Hygiene Clinic for Syrian Refugee Children and Patricia Grant, Registrar, College of Dental Hygienists of NS.
Unison Now Online!
The Fall 2016 Edition of the Unison is now online!
CDHA Course Credits Table
The credits table has been removed from the CDHA website. The CDHNS Continuing Competency Committee has reviewed the current courses offered through CDHA, and has created their own credits table. Members can view this table on the Continuing Competency page.
CDHNS White Paper
The College of Dental Hygienists has commissioned a White Paper: Prevent More to Treat Less.
The White Paper is available to all members and the public on our website under Public >> CDHNS Information and Announcements.
Certificates of Attendance
Certificates of Attendance must must be completed for CDHNS members attending any CE course that DOES NOT give proper documentation for member attendance. This is mandatory for all CPR courses taken since April 1, 2012. Without a Certificate of Attendance, verifying the number of hours, credits will not be eligible. Certificates of Attendance can be found on the Continuing Education page, along with the CCC Guidelines.
Receipts! It's tax time again!
Receipts are available to members through the Member Log In section. Once members log in to their member profile page, on the bottom left-hand side there will be a link called "invoices". From here you can print your receipt at any time.
Moving to Nova Scotia?
Finding correct information on immigrating to Nova Scotia is important. If you are planning a move, contact the following organizations.
Immigrating to Nova Scotia? Click here
Already in Nova Scotia? Click here
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