Provide the details of all of your dental education. This should include your minimum four-year university dental program and, if applicable, subsequent degrees obtained by other means, e.g. Qualifying/Degree Completion/Advanced Standing Program.
RCDSO Jurisprudence & Ethics Course
All applicants must successfully complete the Jurisprudence and Ethics course, which teaches new dentists about regulation of dentistry in Ontario, practice standards and rules, health professional ethics and risk management strategies.
State whether you currently are or previously have practised or been registered/licenced to practise dentistry in another jurisdiction outside of Ontario.
Other Regulated Health Profession Licences/Registration
State whether have practised or been registered/licensed to practise any other health profession other than dentistry in Ontario or another jurisdiction (country, province or region).
Regulated Non-Health Profession Licences/Registration
Refusal of Licensure/Registration
If you have been refused registration/licensure to practise any profession (including dentistry) in any jurisdiction, provide the full details related to this matter.
You are required to answer the following questions about your health history to ensure your ability to practise dentistry safely and competently, and to protect the safety of patients.
If your answer to either of these two questions is “yes”, please provide full details, including the names and addresses, of all health-care practitioners who have treated you for the related condition/disorder. You will be required to sign a Consent for the Release of Health Information so that we may obtain the information directly from your health-care practitioner.
It is best for you to disclose all offences of which you are currently subject. However, the College will not consider offences which are not specifically related to your conduct, such as parking offences. Therefor these do not need to be disclosed.
You are required to report all findings of guilt related to any offence. This includes charges for which you received a conditional or absolute discharge, or for which you were subsequently pardoned.
However, the College will not consider offences which are not specifically related to your conduct, such as parking offences. Therefore, these need not be disclosed. If you need more information, contact the Registration department