Throughout the year, AAOMS offers live and interactive webinars, including collaborative webinars with other associations.
Live webinars provide a multitude of benefits, including the opportunity to ask questions and receive answers – sometimes on-the-spot – from expert speakers. Other benefits include being able to follow up on questions from audience members and learn from other attendees to enhance understanding of the subject.
AAOMS offers a variety of online programs, courses, webinars and articles available on-demand.
To support the CE needs of our membership during this difficult time, all AAOMS fellows and members, resident members and allied staff members are invited to access all CE on Demand at no cost for a limited time.
OMSKU V, the newest volume of the OMS Knowledge Update, is an online resource featuring 13 sections that correspond to the designated areas of OMS practice as specified in the Parameters of Care.
To support the CE needs of our membership during this difficult time, all AAOMS fellows and members, resident members and allied staff members are invited to access OMSKU V content at no cost for a limited time.
AAOMS offers a variety of continuing education opportunities for each member of the OMS community.
AAOMS e-learning opportunities
Clinical and Special Interest Groups
Clinical/special interest groups provide a mechanism within AAOMS for members to contribute to the continued evolution and unity of the specialty through interaction with colleagues who share an area of clinical or research interests within the scope of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. Now with online communities, the interaction can extend well beyond Annual Meeting!
Visit the Connect Community and login with your AAOMS.org credentials. Once logged in, request to join the CIG group, where you will have access to discussion forums, messaging, resources and more. Requests to join are typically approved within 48 hours.