2017 Annual Meeting Learning Objectives
Pursuit of Excellence: Improving Patient Outcomes
At the conclusion of the AAOMS Annual Meeting, participants should be better able to:
Evaluate treatment plans using new evidence-based medical management of patients.
Review and examine the risk and complications of patient care and the use of methods for safe and effective management.
Reduce the risk of medical errors.
No tickets or additional fees are required for didactic clinical courses.
This year, the general registration fee entitles attendees to participate in most didactic clinical sessions at no additional cost, and tickets are not required for these sessions.
Seats in the session rooms will be available to attendees on a first-come, first-served basis.
Select fees continue to apply to ACLS/PALS courses, hands-on clinical courses, preconference sessions, practice management and allied staff courses, and some social events. Tickets are required for admission to sessions and events that have additional fees. Tickets may be purchased through advance registration or onsite until the scheduled start of the course/event (based on availability).
Non-ticketed clinical courses with no additional fees include:
Large, general clinical sessions and symposia
Small, limited-attendance didactic clinical sessionsâ€‹
Clinical Interest Groups
Faculty and resident programs
Clinical module programs
Oral abstract sessions
Ticketed courses with additional fees include:
ACLS and PALS
Hands-on clinical courses
Anesthesia Assistants Skills Lab
Beyond the Basics coding course
Day passes are required for admission to Practice Management and Professional Staff Development sessions.
Tickets and day passes may be purchased when submitting a completed registration form online, by mail or via fax. They may also be purchased onsite but are subject to space availability.
Anesthesia Assistants Skills Lab
Anesthesia Assistants Skills Labs are not included as part of the Practice Management and Professional Staff Development Day Pass. Tickets are required for the skills lab. Please register early as these courses tend to sell out.
Beyond the Basics Coding Workshop
The Beyond the Basics Coding Workshop is held in conjunction with the AAOMS Annual Meeting. Tickets are required. Registering for the coding workshop does not secure attendance at the Annual Meeting. Separate registration is required. The coding workshop is not included in the Practice Management and Professional Staff Development Day Pass.
The 2017 AAOMS Annual Meeting offers an exhibit hall filled with specialty-related products and services from 200+ exhibitors, Corporate Forums and Product Theaters that highlight the latest technologies and innovations for your practice. The exhibit hall also provides AAOMS members and their staff the unique opportunity to participate in special activities and take advantage of a number of complimentary services.
CONNECT and ENGAGE with some of your best customers at the AAOMS 99th Annual Meeting, Scientific Sessions and Exhibition, October 9-14, 2017, in San Francisco, CA. Don't miss this opportunity to acquaint oral and maxillofacial surgeons, their staff and other dental professionals from around the world with the latest in technology and professional services.
The American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons (AAOMS), the professional organization representing more than 9,000 oral and maxillofacial surgeons in the United States, supports its members' ability to practice their specialty through education, research and advocacy. AAOMS members comply with rigorous continuing education requirements and submit to periodic office evaluations, assuring the public that office procedures and personnel meet stringent national standards.