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The officers and directors of the society shall serve as members of the Executive Council. Aside from the elected officers, the Executive Council will consist of two immediate past presidents and the eight elected directors.
The Executive Council shall transact all business of the society except as specifically provided for otherwise.
AES annual meeting Program will provide, within an environment of collegiality and respect, intellectually stimulating, high take home value relevant information related to comprehensive care (with adequate emphasis on occlusion/TMD) that is balanced between scientific and clinical offerings.
Optimize the use of technology for the purpose of communicating, educating, and building the business of our society, including the actualization of the ASP to provide invaluable services to our members.
The AES will maintain, grow and diversify its membership so that we can optimize the pursuit of the vision and mission of our society.
AES recruits and develops new and committed leaders to ensure viability and longevity of the organization.
AES will be the pre-eminent society providing and supporting scientific research in the field of TMD/occlusion
The AES will be a financially viable and thriving professional organization by developing, implementing and monitoring programs designed to increase net revenues and increase cash reserves
Work Group 7 - Administrative Affairs
The purpose of this group is to oversee the administrative and operational affairs necessary to the operation of the society.
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