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General Information Sessions Kellie Hildebrandt, RDH, MBA Sheryl Sloshower, RDH Registrar – Executive Director CCP Coordinator.

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1 General Information Sessions Kellie Hildebrandt, RDH, MBA Sheryl Sloshower, RDH Registrar – Executive Director CCP Coordinator

2 Welcome & Introductions CCP General Requirements & Policies CCP – Year 1 & Year 2 onward Reporting Period Late/Inadequate Submissions Assessment of Submissions Professional Development Component Professional Participation Component Forms Review Questions

3 Thank you CCP Coordinator – Sheryl Sloshower CDHM Website – PowerPoint presentations CCP Package Material & Forms Video/Audio recording of the session Upcoming posts – blogs, resources, courses, online forms, etc Newsletter Feedback/Questions to

4 Unique, evidence-based Ensure continued competence Much consideration given Achievable Flexible Mandatory program Life-long learning

5 CE Credits, Points, Hours Portfolio

6 1. Self-directed assessment 2. Goal development and activity planning 3. Activity implementation and evaluation

7 Continuing Competency Program Professional Development Component Professional Participation Component Continuing Competency Record (CCR) Professional Activity Record (PAR)

8 REQUIRED OPTIONAL Professional Development Component 1 Competency Goal 1 Continuing Competency Record (CCR) Professional Participation Component Professional Activity Professional Activity Record (PAR)

9 OPTION 1 1 Competency Goal & 1 Professional Activity Professional Development Component 1 Competency Goal 1 Continuing Competency Record (CCR) Professional Participation Component Professional Activity 1 Professional Activity Record (PAR)

10 OPTION 2 2 Competency Goals Optional Professional Activity Professional Development Component 2 Competency Goals 2 Continuing Competency Records (CCR) Professional Participation Component 1 Professional Activity Professional Activity Record (PAR)

11 Learning year May 2010 to April 2011 Feedback will be provided for all members based on the CCRs and PARs submitted Subsequent to the initial year, all members will submit CCP documents to review for completion, but only a predetermined randomly selected proportion of members will undergo a full assessment/audit. The Reporting Period Deadline will be defined as April 30 th for the current CCP year

12 All members on the Practising Register as of April 30 th must satisfy the required components Continuing Competency Record (CCR) for each competency goal identified, and if applicable: Professional Activity Record (PAR) describing participation in professional activities Keep a personal copy of the forms/documents submitted Please complete the declaration at the end of the CCR. Providing false or misleading information will be considered misconduct and may be subject to a Complaints/Disciplinary Committee Review To ensure unbiased evaluation, please provide only your CDHM number on the CCR & PAR

13 Failure to meet CCP requirements by the reporting period deadline (April 30) = Late Fee of $ Failure to submit requirements by May 31, may be subject to an additional fine and disciplinary action Members not meeting CCP requirements within 6 months of the reporting period deadline and want to remain on the Register of Dental Hygienists – Practising, must successfully complete one of the following: Council-approved Competency Assessment or Refresher Education course in dental hygiene; or The Canadian National Dental Hygiene Certification Examination (NDHCE)

14 Successful completion of an approved Competency Assessment, Refresher Course in dental hygiene or the NDHCB Examination will be considered valid for the purpose of registration for a period of 12 months following completion For members failing to satisfy the above requirements, application for renewal will be denied CCP Submission TimeAssociated Fee(s) Submits* CCP by midnight on April 30No fees Submits* CCP after midnight April 30$ late fee Submits* CCP after midnight May 31$ late fee and subject to additional fine and disciplinary action Failure to submit* CCP by midnight October 31Assessment/Refresher Course (and associated fees) or NDHCE (and associated fees)

15 The individual members practice setting and environment will be considered when assessing CCP submissions Competency activities carried out within 24 months of the reporting period deadline (April 30 th ) will be considered eligible Members achieving more than two continuing competency goals in a given reporting year should submit the two goals of most priority or contributing most to competency

16 Assessment and feedback of CCP submissions will be conducted by trained CDHM Continuing Competency Assessors and provided to members Random assessments/audits may be conducted to validate the information provided by members Assessment Guidelines are being developed to assist with proper completion of forms The philosophy of the program is to facilitate and encourage rather than to discipline.

17 Non-Practising members wishing to transfer to the Register of Dental Hygienists – Practising between May 1-October 31, are required to submit full CCP requirements Non-Practicing members wishing to transfer to the Register of Dental Hygienists – Practising between November 1-April 30, are required to submit partial CCP requirements (one CCR/goal) The above reporting policies will also apply to new members in their first reporting period For the learning year of May 2010 to April 2011, full requirements will be required regardless of when a transfer or new application occurs

18 Applicants for transfer who do not meet the required components of the CCP must provide evidence of successful completion of a Council-approved dental hygiene Competency Assessment or Refresher Education course; the course must have been completed no longer than 12 months prior to application for transfer Non-practicing members are not required to report their continuing competency activities (but may contact the CDHM if they would like to do so)

19 Continuing Competency Activities Educational Courses/Seminars Online Courses Advanced Formal Education Professional Journals/ Articles Study or Journal Clubs Videos or DVDs (DVD Quarterly) Continuing Competency Activities Educational Courses/Seminars Online Courses Advanced Formal Education Professional Journals/ Articles Study or Journal Clubs Videos or DVDs (DVD Quarterly) BEFORE: Self-directed assessment Goal development & activity planning QUESTIONS to ask: Why am I participating in this activity? What competency need or interest do I have that leads me to this activity? What is my competency goal? AFTER: Evaluation QUESTIONS to ask: What did I learn? Did the activities meet my goal? What change(s) would I like to make? What change(s) did I make? Did it benefit my practice?

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21 Practice Problems and Reflection Why did my patients periodontal status deteriorate? Using The CDHM Competencies and Practice Standards Eg. Assessment Competency #20 – Selects and uses appropriate oral health indices (PSR) Questions, Discussions and External Feedback Discussions, questions and feedback from peers, employers, clients External Feedback Form Evidence-based Practice Reading professional journals – disconnect between research and current practice

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23 Goal Development Perceived practice deficiency or area of need Objectives Mini-goals Potential Activities What you choose based on resources Location Time Finances

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25 Implement Activities Educational Course/Seminars (MDHA) Online Courses (CDHA) Professional Journals/Articles Study or Journal Clubs Videos/DVDs (DVD Quarterly) Advanced Formal Education Other Evaluate Achievement of Continuing Competency Goals Goal is met, unmet or in process

26 Self-directed assessment: My clothes are not fitting properly anymore I am not happy with the way I look Goal Development: I would like to lose 20 pounds by May Activity Planning Join the YMCA to take scheduled classes Treadmill at home regularly Drink more water Evaluation Not drinking enough water – try harder Not doing so well – focus on making exercise a priority

27 Self-directed assessment: Multiple patients are inquiring about over-the-counter whitening products (toothpastes, other applications) I am not as familiar with the new products as I should be (i.e. efficacy, safety, costs) and I am not sure how to advise them Goal Development: I would like to acquire knowledge about teeth whitening and apply that knowledge to my clinical practice Activity Planning Walk through dental section at Shoppers Drug Mart to see what is being marketed Research products online (e.g. PubMed) Read journal article from The Journal of Dental Hygiene Attend course being offered by MDHA Research dental companies Evaluation Information gained and can speak knowledgeably to patients

28 1 CCR submitted for each goal identified Complete the questions asked Check boxes Short answer Declaration

29 Purpose: To encourage members to be engaged in the profession Provide information on professional activity participated in: Attending professional meetings (CDHM, MDHA) Volunteering on professional committees, councils, boards Providing information sessions, workshops, courses (professional or community) Be a dental hygiene mentor (MDHA/SDH mentorship program) Volunteering for existing community outreach programs

30 1 page Check boxes Short answer

31 Current professional work description Anticipate future practice environment(s) Most recent workplace performance evaluation Staff meetings discussions Feedback, discussion and questions from colleagues and clients Consider your own learning style

32 Sections: Introduction & General Policies Professional Development Component: (Blue) Professional Participation Component: (Purple) Appendices/ Sample Forms (yellow) Continuing Competency Record (CCR) (Blue) Professional Activity Record (PAR) (Purple)

33 The CDHM in no way intends to limit participation in continuing competency activities, the development of practice goals or changes to practice through the implementation of the CCP. Dental hygienists are encouraged to participate in supplementary continuing competency activities that may not be directly related to continuing competency goals, develop additional goals and implement practice change beyond that required by the CCP. To keep abreast of developments within the profession of dental hygiene, RDHs have a basic professional responsibility to read professional oral health journals and newsletters and to keep abreast of developments within the profession of dental hygiene

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