Self-Reporting to the College

Having a Practice Permit comes with responsibilities. One of them is your duty to self-report. You must promptly self-report to the Registrar & CEO:

  • if your ability to provide safe, competent care has been compromised
  • findings of unprofessional conduct or alternative complaint processes with another professional regulatory body
  • findings of professional negligence and/ or malpractice
  • criminal offence charges
  • criminal offence convictions
  • anything that may negatively impact your fitness to practice dental assisting (including medical conditions or disorders)

Use this form to self-report to the College.

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