CHICAGO – The American Association of Endodontists announced that funding is now available to bring an AAE-recommended speaker to a qualifying meeting. The availability comes as an effort to enhance the quality of endodontic education offerings.
The AAE Recommended Speakers List is comprised of endodontists who have been recognized within the specialty as the premier lecturers on endodontic topics. In addition, there are a variety of AAE-approved topics available which are important to our specialty.
Indeed, the plethora of topics is large, ranging from CBCT to Pharmacology. We invite those interested to peruse them here.
The AAE Recommended Speaker list includes speakers who have been invited by the AAE’s Continuing Education Committee, or self-nominated and screened by the CEC using established criteria and approved by the AAE Board of Directors. Continuing education providers may contact any individuals concerning participation in their events.
The full process for securing an AAE recommended speaker is outlined as follows:
- Contact an AAE Recommended Speaker and confirm their availability for your meeting.
- Confirm you are eligible for Recommended Speaker funding (see criteria below).
- Submit this form and the AAE will reach out to you with next steps.
- A minimum of 50 dentists will attend the session.
- You are requesting the speaker to present on one of their AAE approved topics.
- The speaker is not receiving any additional funding/honorarium from sources other than the hosting organization.
For the media: To arrange an interview with an AAE spokesperson, please email email@example.com.
About the American Association of Endodontists
The AAE is headquartered in Chicago and represents more than 8,000 members worldwide. Endodontics is one of 12 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. For more information about the AAE, visit the Association’s website at aae.org. For more patient focused information, visit aae.org/patients.