Ressources

Votre association dentaire provinciale (ADP) est membre de l’Association dentaire canadienne (ADC). Votre ADP est une excellente source d’information et de réseautage pour les étudiants en médecine dentaire et les nouveaux dentistes (voir les coordonnées ci-dessous). Les ressources supplémentaires présentées dans cette section sont fournies par le CDSPI, l’ADC et d’autres organisations connexes qui ont contribué à la création de ce site Web.

Association dentaire provinciale

CDSPI

Le CDSPI est un organisme à but non lucratif dont les membres sont l’ADC et neuf associations dentaires provinciales. Le CDSPI administre des programmes d’assurance et de placements ainsi que d’autres services répondant aux besoins de la profession dentaire et des étudiants en médecine dentaire au Canada.

Régimes d’assurance offerts aux dentistes qui travaillent à pourcentage

Association dentaire canadienne

L’ADC a enregistré des témoignages audio afin de fournir aux étudiants et aux nouveaux dentistes des informations personnelles sur les divers cheminements de carrière proposés aux dentistes canadiens. Les ressources ci-dessous sont en anglais seulement.

Dre Julianne Proniuk – À quoi ressemble le rôle d’associé dans un cabinet dentaire?

Dre Amanda Trotti – Être associée dans divers cabinets de la région de Toronto

Dr Tobias Meiszinger – Comment choisir judicieusement un poste d’associé?

Dr Dylan Olver – Être associé dans un cabinet de Vancouver

Dre Becky Antel – Être associée dans divers cabinets de l’Ouest canadien

Autres ressources

Imtiaz Manji

Typical Elements of an Associateship Agreement by Imtiaz Manji
The Associateship Agreement typically contains the following elements: 1. A statement that defines the nature of the associateship relationship. Often, the statement will contain the phrase “independent contractor” if the associate is not a true employee of the practice. If the associate is responsible for paying their own taxes, the contract will usually require the associate to provide proof-of-payment to the host dentist so they cannot be held liable if the associate fails to pay their taxes.

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Académie de médecine dentaire générale

Academy of General Dentistry questions that any dentist should ask before getting involved with any practice model.
Important questions every dentist should ask before making a practice model decision (from the 2013 Investigative Report on the Corporate Practice of Dentistry from the Academy of General Dentistry): a. Who is my employer? b. Who can create or edit a treatment plan? Who is responsible for the treatment plan? Do I have the authority to disagree or change a treatment plan?

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David Rosenthal (avocat)

Associate Agreements from the Associate's Perspective (Part 1) by David Rosenthal (Lawyer)
An associate agreement is the legal contract that details the arrangements between the dentist who owns the practice (Principal) and the associate dentist (Associate) hired to work at the practice. For most new graduates, the associate agreement will be the first legal agreement they enter into as a practicing dentist. There are a number of issues to consider when becoming an Associate and signing an associate agreement (Agreement).

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Associate Agreements from the Associate's Perspective (Part 2) by David Rosenthal (Lawyer)
In summary, the Associate should review the Agreement carefully and consult with his or her own professional advisors to ensure the Associate understands the Agreement and all rights and obligations before signing it.

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