American Association of Endodontists 2013 Annual Session has a theme of exceeding expectations
The American Association of Endodontists 2013 Annual Session offers more than 100 high-quality educational sessions in Honolulu at the Hawaii Convention Center April 17-20. Attendees can earn up to 22.5 hours of continuing education credit by attending the various courses during the meeting titled, “Endodontics: Exceeding Expectations.”
CHICAGO — The American Association of Endodontists 2013 Annual Session offers more than 100 high-quality educational sessions in Honolulu at the Hawaii Convention Center April 17-20. Attendees can earn up to 22.5 hours of continuing education credit by attending the various courses during the meeting titled, “Endodontics: Exceeding Expectations.”
AAE President Dr. James Kulild shares his top 10 reasons to attend the AAE annual meeting in this video.
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Curriculum varies from nine different tracks. New tracks this year include Endo 2025, Imaging, Pain and Pharmacology, and Systemic Health and cover pertinent topics such as tissue engineering, pain management, outcome assessments, medical myths in dentistry, and more. “Mega-Session Wednesday,” also new, will allow attendees to delve deeper into a topic of their choice with longer, more in-depth presentations on the first day of the meeting.
“We have educational sessions given by cutting-edge presenters on cutting-edge topics,” said AAE President Dr. James C. Kulild. “Attendees can apply those principles in their own practices in order to increase their quality of care and value to their referrers and patients.”
The always popular Master Clinician Series and hands-on workshops will feature leading experts in topics such as Differential Diagnosis of Pain, Clinical Application of High Resolution CBCT in Endodontics, Maximizing the Value of Your Endodontic Service, and Functional Crown-Lengthening Surgery. Attendees can attend one of these workshops for a more hands-on experience in technique and then head to a practice management course or to the exhibit hall to explore specialized endodontic distributors.
In addition to earning CE, numerous special events fill the schedule, allowing attendees to network and catch up with old and new friends. The schedule for the meeting sessions start and end earlier this year, allowing guests to explore the beautiful Honolulu surroundings. The AAE Foundation live auction will feature a dunk tank where well-known members have volunteered to help raise money by testing the fate of the payers’ accuracy. Additionally, during the Grossman breakfast, the American Board of Endodontics will recognize the 86 endodontists who achieved board certification in the past year, the largest class of diplomates ever.
To make the meeting experience seamless and convenient, attendees can download the AAE’s Annual Session app to a smartphone or tablet. Visit your mobile device app store and search for “2013 AAE Annual Session,” or access this link from your mobile device. Attendees can also connect with the AAE through the AAE Facebook page, the AAE YouTube channel, and Twitter.
For more information, to register, or to see the full schedule, visit the AAE website. Dental professionals who join the AAE receive a member discount on meeting registration of more than 40%.
The American Association of Endodontists, headquartered in Chicago, Ill., represents more than 7,500 members worldwide. Endodontics is one of nine dental specialties formally recognized by the American Dental Association. The AAE, founded in 1943, is dedicated to excellence in the art and science of endodontics and to the highest standard of patient care. The Association inspires its members to pursue professional advancement and personal fulfillment through education, research, advocacy, leadership, communication, and service.