AAOMS offers a number of speaking opportunities, throughout the year. Below, please find descriptions of the offerings, available applications and speaker tools.
- News and Announcements
- Upcoming Meetings
- AAOMS Disclosure and Resolution Process
- Practice Management and Professional Allied Staff Courses
- Clinical Based Courses
- Oral Abstracts and Posters
- Resident Research Award
- Webinar Application
- Speaker Tools
- Annual Meeting Poster Presenters
- AAOMS Education Staff Contact Information
News and Announcements
Deadline Extended: 2015 Speaker Applications Available Until September 19, 2014
Whether your expertise is clinical, practice management or staff development related, we invite you to submit a speaker application to present an educational program at the AAOMS 97th Annual Meeting in Washington, DC, September 28-October 3, 2015. Please submit a 2015 Clinic Application or 2015 Practice Management and Professional Allied Staff Courses Application online. The deadline to submit your application is September 19, 2014.
E-Learning Presenters Wanted!
As a benefit and convenience to our members, AAOMS is actively seeking to expand its number of high quality, integrated educational e-learning offerings. Members are invited to submit an application to present an e-learning program on a clinical topic in which they specialize. If you are interested in participating, please complete the Webinar Application Form. Contact the continuing education department at 800-822-6637 or email@example.com for more information or if you have any questions. To view our current online offerings, please visit www.aaoms.org/ceonline.
AAOMS 96th Annual Meeting
September 8-13, 2014
2014 Dental Implant Conference
December 4-6, 2014
AAOMS Disclosure and Resolution Process
The American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons (AAOMS) adheres to the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) Essentials and Guidelines, including the ACCME Standards for Commercial Support, and the American Dental Association Continuing Education Recognition Program (ADA CERP) Standards and Procedures in its development and delivery of continuing medical and continuing dental education activities. It is the policy of the AAOMS to ensure balance, independence, objectivity and scientific rigor in scientific/educational activities.
Please find links below to the AAOMS Policy on Disclosure and Resolution of Relevant Conflicts of Interest, the financial relationships disclosure form and a flow chart of the disclosure and resolution process. For any further questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Practice Management and Professional Allied Staff Courses
The AAOMS Practice Management and Professional Allied Staff Courses held during the Annual Meeting offer oral and maxillofacial surgeons and their staff the opportunity to earn continuing education credits while improving their knowledge and skills. These courses cover all areas of practice management and staff development. Topics may include, but are not limited to, infection control, social media, computers and technology, financial management, legal, marketing and practice-building, office and personnel administration, practice organization, hazard planning, risk prevention, anesthesia, implants, office emergencies, OSHA, HIPAA, and other regulatory requirements.
2015 Practice Management and Professional Allied Staff Courses Application
Application deadline: September 19, 2014
Clinical Based Courses
There are five types of clinical based courses that are held during the AAOMS Annual Meeting. These sessions cover the full scope of oral and maxillofacial surgery and afford attendees the opportunity to interact and engage with the presenters in small-group learning environments. Please see the application for more detailed information.
2015 Clinic Application
Application deadline: September 19, 2014
Oral Abstracts and Posters
AAOMS accepts applications for oral abstracts and posters for presentation at each Annual Meeting. Oral abstract presentations are a 6 to 7 minute lecture on research delivered in an electronic format followed by a brief question and answer period. Posters will be submitted electronically and will be viewable online, with an option to display a posterboard at the meeting. Applications are accepted in the following categories: anesthesia, cleft & craniofacial surgery, cosmetic maxillofacial surgery, dental implants, dentoaleovar, infection (includes epidemiology), medicine, nerve repair, obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), orthognathic, pathology, reconstruction (includes bone & biomaterials and soft tissue), TMJ, and trauma.
2014 Abstract and Poster Application
The submission deadline has passed.
Resident Scientific Presentation Awards are given every year to oral and maxillofacial surgery residents selected on the basis of the scientific quality of manuscripts submitted for judging. Abstracts of the award-winning manuscripts will be presented at the annual meeting of the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons.
Resident Research Award Guide and Application
The submission deadline has passed
Symposia speakers are invited by members of the Committee on Continuing Education and Professional Development.
Annual Meeting Speaker Frequently Asked Questions
Tips for a Successful PowerPoint Presentation - Your PowerPoint will greatly aid you in presenting your information to your audience. The AAOMS requests that all speakers utilize the AAOMS 2014 Annual Meeting PowerPoint Templates. If you are unsure which format your presentation should be in, please confirm with your staff contact.
Tips for Creating an Effective Handout - Handouts are the #1 request from meeting attendees.
Speaker Checklist - Speaking for an AAOMS Meeting? Use this checklist to help you stay organized with all the items you will need to do.
How to Create Educational Objectives - An important component of your presentation application will be the educational objectives. The Committee on Continuing Education and Professional Development (CCEPD) as well as the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) requires that you provide identified needs, desired results and learning objectives with your application.
Tips for Formulating Synopses and Learning Objectives in Accordance with ACCME and ADA CERP Guidelines - The following verbs have been found to be effective when formulating educational objectives.
Copyright Tips & Requirements - As a speaker, AAOMS requires that you comply with copyright law. Content sharing has become so prevalent due to electronic media that the rules and requirements are often blurred. Please consider these tips as you prepare handouts and presentations.
Annual Meeting e-Poster Presenters
E-posters are electronic versions of posters. They are available online during and after the meeting for one year. E-poster abstracts continue to be published in the Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (JOMS).
AAOMS Education Staff Contact Information
If you have any questions regarding your scheduled presentation or about getting involved in future meetings, please contact any of the AAOMS staff below:
Bridget Treccia, Practice Management
Samantha Jones, Continuing Education-Scientific Programs
Shannon Murray, Continuing Education-Scientific Programs
Mary Allaire-Schnitzer, Advanced Education-Resident and Faculty Programs
Kyle Smith, Sim-Man Programs