Colorado Dental Board votes to accept all existing licensure pathways

The Colorado Dental Board voted to amend their licensure policy to accept all existing licensure pathways including all regional clinical examinations, PGY-1, hybrid-portfolio and the objective structured clinical examination (OSCE), according to The Colorado Quickset, the official blog of Colorado ASDA.

Licensure ReformAccording to The Colorado Quickset the decision allows candidates to:

  • Take any regional clinical examination to apply for initial licensure in Colorado.
  • Take the Canadian OSCE to apply for initial licensure in Colorado.
  • Apply for licensure in Colorado if he/she went to school in California and were licensed via the hybrid-portfolio model
  • Apply for licensure in Colorado if he/she went to school and were licensed in a state that accepts PGY-1 (a one-year residency).

To read the full article, click here.

For a roundup of clinical exams for initial dental licensure accepted by state, click here.

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