This article contains results of the 2024 BCCOHP Board election. Voting took place for the Dental Hygienist and Dentist/Dental Therapist positions. The Dental Technician and Denturist positions were acclaimed, as only one eligible candidate was nominated for each.
The Board of the BC College of Oral Health Professionals typically meets four times per year. To learn more about BCCOHP’s Board, view our Board page. Meeting details are as follows: Date Thursday, March 14, 2024 Time TBA Note: timing listed above is approximate and is subject to change – please check back prior to […]
Read our newsletter about the upcoming Board election, committee recruitment and annual renewal.
Emmanuel Osaseri has never registered with the BC College of Oral Health Professionals (BCCOHP) and is not authorized to practise as a dental hygienist in this province. The Saanich Police Major Crime Unit has taken action to stop Mr. Osaseri from providing dental treatment to the public.
CPSBC’s regulatory requirements for physicians providing sedation and general anesthesia in non-hospital based dental facilities
In early 2024, the College of Physicians and Surgeons of BC (CPSBC) expanded their Physician Practice Enhancement Program (PPEP) to include assessments of anesthetists who are providing sedation and/or general anesthesia services in non-hospital based dental facilities.
Do you want to participate in decisions that will help reimagine oral health care oversight and improve health outcomes for oral health patients in BC? If yes, we invite you to apply to join one of BCCOHP’s committees.
As the end of the year approaches, we find ourselves already looking at the one-year anniversary of BCCOHP receding in the rearview mirror.
BCCOHP invites you to join our first webinar, Reimagining oral health care: informing better health outcomes led by Stephanie Nicholls and Jessica DeVries. Over the course of BCCOHP’s first year, we’ve systematically collected candid feedback from oral health professionals and members of the public about what it means to be patient-centred and team-based, and we’ve gathered your perceptions of us as a regulator.
January 18 Update: Nominations were open from December 1 to January 3 for the four registrant board member positions and are now closed. Details of the election (including candidate statements) are now available here >> The BC College of Oral Health Professionals (BCCOHP) will be holding a board election in January 2024 for four registrant board member positions. […]
The Board of the BC College of Oral Health Professionals typically meets four times per year. The next meeting will be on December 7, 2023.