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Quality Assurance Consulting Services

Quality Assurance Consulting 

  • For the Dental Hygienist 
  • Practicing in Ontario, Canada 
  • In-person, zoom, or phone sessions 

Background: Lisa Hardill, RDH, BHAMD 
                      Consultant 

Past Peer Assessor for the College of Dental Hygienists of OntarioDates Employed from 2006 – 2017


• Provided contract work for the Quality Assurance (QA) Program 
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Employment Duration
  • Participation in annual full day CDHO QA training sessions 
  • Reviewed QA records to ensure standards of practice and guidelines were met
  • Conducted on-site practice reviews at dental hygienists place of practice, to review the premise, take a sampling of the dental hygienists records, discuss practice activities, practice methods, philosophy of practice and quality improvement activities.

Please email strictlydentalpro@gmail.com to express interest and for further information on associated fees.  

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