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How can I attend AAOM 2021?
You can attend the Virtual Annual Conference in one of two ways: Live or Self-Study. Each have different requirements in order to obtain CDE. You chose your preferred option when you registered.
Live Attendees Must: Be present for each individual session Attend each live Q&A Complete session evaluations for each session The conference evaluation will not be made available until the conclusion of the event.
Self-Study Attendees Must: Review each session PowerPoint presentation Watch session recordings Complete brief post-session assessments The self-study activity is separate from the live conference, and will not open until the live conference has concluded.
In order to earn CDE credits as a Live Attendee, you must:
Important Notice: live event attendees may not earn duplicate credits within the on-demand educational activity.
Self-Study participants are required to watch session recordings, review the materials, and complete a post-session assessment for each individual session.
How to Access:
Your CE information will be added and stored within your AAOM member or non-member profile. AAOM members may also easily access CE information from the AAOM Member Center.
On both days of the event, you can call the main AAOM number, (206) 209-5279 and get connected with a member of the 2021 AAOM Virtual Annual Conference support team. You may also email firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line: "AAOM 2021 Question" to receive an expedited response from the AAOM team.
All attendees who attend the live event will receive access to the self-study option once the option goes live. However, those who attended the live event and received CE credits for completing the session evaluations, may not take the post-assessments to receive additional credit.
American Academy of Oral Medicine is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider. ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry.
Attendance American Academy of Oral Medicine designates this activity for 17 continuing education credits.
American Academy of Oral Medicine designates this activity for 14 continuing education credits.
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