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Knowledge Center Content Guide


Help us build a robust library full of valuable resources for endodontists at every stage. Create content to help your colleagues in their careers!

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Thank you for your interest in creating content for the Endo Careers Knowledge Center! Please keep reading to learn how you can get involved and support your colleagues and your profession.

A Trusted Resource for Each Step in Your Career

From your first day to your last, we want you to have the career you’ve always dreamed of, but we know there will be questions along the way. Who better to learn from than your colleagues? That’s where Endo Careers Knowledge Center comes in — resources developed by endodontists, for endodontists.

The purpose of the Knowledge Center is to provide a place where AAE members can share their experiences, expertise and career insights. Whether you are a resident getting ready to make the leap to practicing full time, transitioning to retirement, or somewhere in between, the Endo Careers Knowledge Center offers practical advice from peers you can trust.

How Do I Contribute?

    1. Select a Topic & Target Audience
      Review the background information on this page to identify your target audience and a topic of interest to them.
    2. Select a Format
      Depending on your intended audience and topic, determine the format. Will it be an article, a video, an infographic, or something else?
    3. Complete the Content Creation Sign Up Form
      Let us know of your intention to contribute! We’re excited to see your ideas in the works.

      Submit an Idea

    4. Develop Your Content & Submit to AAE
      Decide how you want to work – independently or with a colleague – and start creating! Once you are happy with your draft, you will send it to AAE for review. Approved content will be made available in the Knowledge Center and shared with AAE members.

Get to Know Your Audience

When developing content, keep your audience top of mind. Here you will find more about what’s important to members at various career stages.