Registration for the 2024 SDHA Summit is NOW OPEN! Book early- limited capacity is available. You will not want to miss the excellent program we have put together this year, set to take place at The Glen at Crossmount on April 12-13, 2024. 

REGISTER HERE and take advantage of early bird pricing until February 29, 2024.

RESERVE A ROOM at the Sandman Signature Saskatoon South Hotel before March 12, 2024 to access a preferred rate. Please reference “2404SDHA”upon booking. 


What’s included:
-10 sessions, opportunity for up to 14.5 CCP Credits
-Tradeshow on Friday April 12th with vendors curated to dental hygiene
-Breakfast, lunch, and refreshments all weekend
-Cocktails on Friday April 12th sponsored by dentalcorp

This event has a personal and professional wellness theme, offering speakers and events that focus on the health and wellbeing of YOU, the dental hygienist!

Stay tuned for an invitation to the SDHA Annual General Meeting which will be held separate to this event.

IPC Collaboration Webinar Series

OSAP and the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC) are partnering on a four-part CE webinar series in 2024 highlighting the relationship between infection preventionists and the dental field!

Participants will learn to identify areas of potential collaboration between Infection Prevention and Dental Services, including construction and renovation, high-level disinfection and sterilization, water management, regulatory requirement strategies, and much more.

The webinars are available as a bundle and are free to everyone. Learn More!

SDHA Summit 2024: Registration Opens Feb 1

We are excited to announce that planning is underway for our annual event! The SDHA Summit will take place at the Glen at Crossmount, 5 minutes south of Saskatoon. Registration will open for attendees on February 1, 2024 with early bird pricing available all month long. This event has a personal and professional wellness theme, offering speakers and events that focus on the health and wellbeing of YOU, the Dental Hygienist! Please contact with any questions or inquiries. 

Bachelor of Applied Management

The Bachelor of Applied Management (BAMgt) was created for journeypersons and non-business diploma and certificate graduates to give them the ability to leverage their existing education and experience into a bachelor’s degree in as little as two years of additional study.

You will build knowledge and skills in a wide range of leadership and management disciplines including accountancy, human resource management, business communications, strategic management, leadership development, business analytics, finance, change management, risk management, commercial law, and economics.

Classes are offered both in-person and via Zoom in the evenings and there are options each semester for courses which are offered exclusively online. This program flexibility means that students can work full-time while they complete their degree. Domestic students can attend from anywhere in Canada with a computer, webcam, and a stable internet connection, allowing them the additional flexibility of distance learning

Learn More

Providing Culturally Safe Care for Indigenous Children

Register by November 30 for FREE access to this module. Here

This 1.5-hour module is intended to help healthcare practitioners understand the importance of cultural safety in healthcare practices and the ways they can help to make Indigenous patients and their families feel safe and dignified when accessing healthcare services. The content was developed by the Canadian Paediatric Society and the National Collaborating Centre for Indigenous Health.

The module examines key aspects of culturally safe care for Indigenous children, youth, and families, and explores how culturally safe care is practiced. It covers historical factors, social determinants of Indigenous health, and power imbalances that affect patient-practitioner interactions with Indigenous people within healthcare settings and explores factors such as racism that act as barriers to accessing health care for Indigenous patients.

Upon completion, learners will have a better understanding of why culturally safe care is necessary and important for improving the health status of Indigenous people and communities.

Let’s Get Started!

Let’s Get Started! 
Are you passionate about our profession and eager to be part of shaping the future of our new professional association? We are thrilled to invite you to an inaugural information session where we will kickstart the conversation about the establishment of a Professional Association FOR Registered Dental Hygienists in Saskatchewan. 

When: Wednesday November 1st, 2023
Time: 7:00-8:00 PM

Register Here!

SOHC- Professional Development Day

Saskatchewan Oral Health Coalition Inc. – Professional Development Day 

Monday, October 23, 2023
8:00 am – 4:35 pm
The Barn at Wind’s Edge in Saskatoon

Registration Now Open:
*Members: Cost included with membership
*Non-members: $100 registration fee
Register Here

Keynote Speakers:
Lauri-Ann Marshall – RN, Executive Director – Grassy Narrows Mercury Care Home
Judy Da Silva – Grassy Narrows Environmental Health Coordinator
Program Details Here.