PLANNING AND REGISTRATION
To support the needs and preferences of attendees, three registration opportunities are offered:
- Nashville with online access includes attendance at non-ticketed, in-person sessions and all Online-only access offerings until Dec. 31.
- Online-only access includes live-streamed/recorded and on-demand clinical sessions and the On-demand Practice Management Program until Dec. 31.
- On-demand Practice Management Program includes a robust slate of online sessions for professional staff and access to recorded in-person practice management sessions until Dec. 31.
On Sept. 27, all on-demand clinical and practice management courses will be made accessible via the online platform until Dec. 31. In-person content will be added to the online program and accessible to registrants beginning Oct. 4.
Registering for the On-demand Practice Management Program includes a robust offering of online sessions for professional staff and access to recorded in-person practice management sessions until Dec. 31. It does not permit in-person attendance or on-demand clinical education access.
No, not all sessions will be available via live stream. Participants can view the online program to see the full list of live-streamed courses. Note: Most sessions will be recorded and provided as archived content on-demand from Oct. 4 to Dec. 31.
If interested in both programs, attendees should email AAOMS Event Registration staff to purchase. While the Anesthesia Update will be live-streamed, the Educators Summit will not. Both sessions will be available as recordings beginning Oct. 4.
New this year, participants will be able to access the online meeting platform until Dec. 31. Participants interested in indefinite access to post-meeting recordings can purchase them at AAOMS.org/Recordings.
- View a list of ticketed sessions and events.
- If you registered for a paid course, the ticket is included in your registration packet.
- Paid tickets are required for the two preconference programs (Anesthesia Update and Educators Summit) and the five Basic Emergency Airway Management (BEAM) courses.
- A paid ticket guarantees a seat in the specified course.
- Available tickets can be purchased through advance registration. After Sept. 17, tickets (if still available) will be sold only onsite at the AAOMS Attendee Registration Center in Music City Center.
- Didactic clinical courses do not require tickets. Seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Access to session recordings will be available online from Oct. 4 to Dec. 31.
- Practice management sessions do not require tickets. Seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Access to session recordings will be available online from Oct. 4 to Dec. 31.
ONLINE ACCESS INFORMATION AND REQUIREMENTS
Each attendee will be sent platform access instructions to the email account used to register for the meeting. On or after Sept. 27, registrants can visit AAOMS.org/AMprogram and log in with their email address and unique eight-digit registration/member ID number. An account may be logged in to only one device at a time. Sharing account access is prohibited.
The meeting platform is compatible with laptops, desktops, tablets and smartphones. For optimum access, disconnect from a VPN (if possible). With an online meeting, a strong internet connection of 1.4 Mbps is recommended.
AAOMS highly recommends accessing the site through Google Chrome for all meeting platform features. Internet Explorer is not recommended.
If you have connection or audio issues while attending a session, check your internet connection, refresh your browser or re-enter the session. Also try checking the speaker audio icon or laptop volume. AAOMS highly recommends accessing the site through Google Chrome for all meeting platform features. Internet Explorer is not recommended.
Attendees can access sessions at AAOMS.org/AMprogram. Starting Sept. 27, on-demand sessions will be available to attendees. Beginning Oct. 4, all recorded and on-demand sessions will be available. Access to the meeting platform ends at 11:59 p.m. CST Dec. 31.
Online access begins Sept. 27. Those who register after Sept. 27 will gain immediate access.
If attendees are interested in purchasing session recordings after the platform access ends Dec. 31, they can buy recordings of the meeting at AAOMS.org/Recordings.
Annual Meeting attendees will be able to watch and refer to specific sessions until 11:59 p.m. CST Dec. 31. However, the sessions will not be downloadable. If attendees would like to have session recordings for longer-term access, they can purchase select session recordings at AAOMS.org/Recordings. A complete list of available session recordings will be posted in late August.
Yes. The meeting will include an online Exhibit Hall that will be open 24/7 from Sept. 29 to Oct. 2. Attendees can explore informative documents, videos and webpage links. (is this available through cadmium?)
Visit AAOMS.org/MyCE to claim CE and evaluate sessions. You will need your eight-digit registration/member ID number found in the pre-meeting email or your AAOMS.org profile.
Though not required, AAOMS highly encourages all eligible attendees to get vaccinated. AAOMS will be following CDC guidelines and recommendations for large in-person events. Participants who have hospital travel restrictions or are hesitant about attending in-person are invited to purchase the Online-only Annual Meeting access.
The 2021 Annual Meeting Mobile App will be available later this summer. When available, users of Apple or Android devices may visit the Apple App Store or Google Play from the device and search for AAOMS Events. Users of other devices may visit AAOMS.org/App and bookmark it for future reference.
Claim CE credit for sessions you attend via the mobile app or at AAOMS.org/MyCE. Sessions can be evaluated until Jan. 31.
On the website, log in to the system using your email address and eight-digit registration/member ID. If you are evaluating a paid ticketed session, you must be registered for that session in order to complete the evaluation and receive credit. Questions? Email AAOMS Continuing Education staff.
The Program Office/Speaker Ready Room is located in Room 208 in Music City Center. The hours are:
|Tuesday, Sept. 28
Wednesday, Sept. 29
Thursday, Sept. 30
Friday, Oct. 1
Saturday, Oct. 2
|Noon – 4 p.m.
6:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.
6:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
6:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
6:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Both electronic and printed scientific posters will be available during the Annual Meeting. Poster boards will be on display in the Exhibit Hall. E-posters will be accessible online and through the meeting app starting Sept 27. During the meeting, scan the QR code attached to each poster board to view the e-poster on your mobile device.
Handouts will be available later this summer. When available, handouts can be accessed at AAOMS.org/AMprogram. Handouts also can be downloaded through the 2021 Annual Meeting mobile app. Note: Not all speakers have provided a handout.
The Exhibit Hall is located on Exhibit Level Hall B in Music City Center. The hours are:
|Thursday, Sept. 30
Friday, Oct. 1
Saturday, Oct. 2
|8 a.m. – 5:15 p.m.
8 a.m. – 5:15 p.m.
9 – 11 a.m.
An exhibitor list and floor plan are in the Exhibitor Information section of the Annual Meeting Final Program, online at AAOMS.org/AMvxh and on the AAOMS Annual Meeting mobile app.
Four Industry Symposiums run concurrently Thursday, Sept. 30. Space is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Registrants are asked to indicate their intention to attend on the meeting registration form:
4:30 – 6 p.m.
- GCF1: Yomi by Neocis: Dental Robotics Enabling Same-day Dual-arch Implants
- Music City Center, Room 103
- GCF2: Straumann: Straumann ImmediaXy – The full portfolio of treatment solutions
- Music City Center, Room 101
5:15 – 6:45 p.m.
- GCF3: Geistlich Biomaterials: Customized Bone Regeneration with Yxoss CBR – A game-changer for complex ridge augmentations
- Music City Center, Room 209
- GCF4: Lenkbar LLC: Office and Operating Room Stem Cell Harvesting and Clinical Application
- Music City Center, Room 207
The Eat, Drink and be Industry-Educated sessions on Thursday and Friday will be located in the Exhibit Hall, Booth 1206. Each session will be presented twice. Food and beverage will be served for those in attendance. Space is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Registrants are asked to indicate their intention to attend on the meeting registration form:
Thursday, Sept. 30
- Breakfast and Learn: Straumann: Zygomatic Implant Redesigned – Rationale and biomechanical principles
- 8:10 – 8:55 a.m. (GPT1)
- 9:40 – 10:25 a.m. (GPT2)
- Lunch and Learn: Snoasis Medical: Oh, the Places BioXclude Can Go
- 11:15 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. (GPT3)
- 1 – 2 p.m. (GPT4)
- Snack and Learn: DePuy Synthes: Primary Placement of Dental Implants in Mandible Reconstruction Using TRUMATCH CMF Patient-specific Technology
- 2:40 – 3:25 p.m. (GPT5)
- 4:15 – 5:10 p.m. (GPT6)
Friday, Oct. 1
- Breakfast and Learn: Legally Mine: The Keys to Locking out Lawsuits for Healthcare Professionals
- 8:10 – 8:55 a.m. (GPT7)
- 9:40 – 10:25 a.m. (GPT8)
- Lunch and Learn: DePuy Synthes: Innovations in Orthognathic Surgery Using TRUMATCH CMF Patient-specific Technology
- 11:15 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. (GPT9)
- 1 – 2 p.m. (GPT10)
- Snack and Learn: Birdeye: Get Visible, Get Credible – Get more new patients
- 2:40 – 3:25 p.m. (GPT11)
- 4:15 – 5:10 p.m. (GPT12)
There is not a message board to post messages. However, attendees can connect with colleagues through the mobile app as long as they have given permission for the app to show their profile. For more information on how to access these features, visit the AAOMS Store and Membership Services booth at Booth 630 during regular hours in the Exhibit Hall. Level 3 is just outside the entrance to Exhibit Hall B.
The 104th AAOMS Annual Meeting, Scientific Sessions and Exhibition will be held Sept. 12 – 17, 2022, in New Orleans, La., at New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center and Hilton New Orleans Riverside. More information will be posted at AAOMS.org/Events.
The President’s Event will be 7 to 10 p.m. Friday, Oct. 1, at Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. If tickets are still available for the event, see Attendee Registration. Know before you go:
- Tickets must be presented to enter.
- Bus transportation will not be provided from the headquarters hotel, Omni Nashville Hotel, as the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is located next to the hotel.
- Country western and casual attire are appropriate for this event.
One complimentary lunch ticket is provided to each registrant. They are unavailable for guests. Concessions will be available in Exhibit Hall D during regular Exhibit Hall hours.