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Practice Management Courses

The AAOMS Practice Management 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 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.

2022 Practice Management Courses Application

​Frequently Asked Questions

2022 Clinical and Practice Management Application

The application deadline is Oct. 10, 2021

Clinical-Based Courses

There are three types of clinical-based courses 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. See the application for more detailed information.

2022 Clinical Courses Application

​Frequently Asked Questions

2022 Clinical and Practice Management Application

The application deadline is Oct. 10, 2021

Oral Abstracts and Posters

AAOMS accepts applications for oral abstracts and posters for presentation at each Annual Meeting.

Oral abstract presentations are six- to seven-minute lectures on research delivered in an electronic format followed by a brief question-and-answer period. Posters are submitted electronically and are viewable online and on a poster board at the meeting.

The submission deadline has passed.

Resident Scientific Presentation Award

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 Applications are now part of the online submission process. To begin, select the Oral Abstract and Resident Research Award option within the application.

The submission deadline has passed.

Webinar Application

If you are interested in presenting a webinar, complete the Webinar Application Form. If you have any questions, contact Katie Brower at 847-233-4309.

WOMENS Leadership Initiative

The WOMENS LEADERSHIP INITIATIVE has been launched to empower future female OMS leaders and increase the pool of OMS speakers. Through an online platform, the initiative aims to connect academic speakers and OMS event planners. Those interested can add their information to the searchable, protected database to discover speaking and mentoring opportunities. Other benefits include developing mentorships and improving skills through the Speaker Training Program.

Registration and more information are available at OMSWLI.com. The independent, complimentary database aims to increase the number of female OMS speakers, but the database and related programs are not limited by gender.

Note: The WOMENS LEADERSHIP INITIATIVE is not an AAOMS speaking opportunity – AAOMS supports the initiative but does not facilitate it. Osteo Science Foundation maintains the database, and professionals interested in enhancing the visibility of women in oral and maxillofacial surgery organize the independent initiative, which is supported by several organizations.