(Newtown, PA)—AEGIS Communications, publisher of the journal Compendium of Continuing Education in Dentistry, has announced a partnership with the Alpha Omega International Dental Fraternity (AO), the oldest international dental organization.
This strategic relationship will expand the already comprehensive offering of topics that Compendium delivers 10 times a year from dentistry’s key opinion leaders, researchers, and academics. Authors affiliated with AO will be contributing their works to Compendium, bringing readers an even more expansive look at dentistry.
“Compendium has been publishing for nearly 38 years,” says Louis F. Rose, DDS, MD, editor-in-chief of Compendium. “We see this partnership as key to bringing a new crop of high-caliber authors into this legacy, further educating and inspiring our readers. Our goal is to help the general practitioner render patient care, while adhering to ethics and accountability. Alpha Omega fits perfectly into our publishing philosophy.”
As with all original articles published in Compendium, AO content is receiving double-blind peer review by the prestigious Compendium Editorial Advisory Board. Articles will begin appearing in January and denoted by the AO logo.
“We are eager to develop this partnership to give our authors a platform for publication in one of the bastions of dental publishing,” says Steven Spitz, DMD, International Editor for AO. “Our goals at Alpha Omega have always been to help foster diplomacy, understanding, achievement, and education. This partnership is essential for establishing and promoting a dialogue about the dental care we provide patients.”