Call for Posters
As an integral part of the 2019 scientific programme, the ADI invites clinicians, technicians, DCPs, academics and students to provide a poster presentation on a good practice-based study or research on any dental implant related topic. The posters will be displayed prominently on plasma screens in the Exhibition where they will be readily accessible to all the Congress delegates, and they will make a very special contribution to the scientific content of our meeting. This is a magnificent opportunity for you to raise your profile by sharing your work with your peers and gain recognition on a national stage!
- Please complete and submit your application by 31 January 2019 via the online form. Please note that you must have registered to attend the Congress prior to submitting your poster application.
- Please ensure that the submission states: Title,
Practice or institution address and an abstract of not more than 350 words describing:
- objective of the investigation/study
- methods used
- essential results
- The ADI will assess all submitted abstracts. Successful authors will be notified of acceptance by 14 February 2019. Presenters will have 8 weeks to prepare the poster for the Congress.
A detailed specification for preparation of the electronic poster will be provided on acceptance. Presenters must be willing to attend their displays for adjudication during the Congress.
Following the Congress, we will be pleased to provide a 20% refund of the Congress registration fee to the presenting author of an accepted poster.
|Location:||Posters will be accessible to all delegates throughout the Congress.|
|Timings:||Presenters must be prepared to be in attendance at their posters from 10:30-11:00 on Saturday 4 May 2019.|
|Adjudication:||Presenters must be prepared to answer any questions by the adjudicating panel who will visit all boards at this time to assess the originality, methodology and scientific value of the work.|
The poster award prize of £500 will be presented to the successful applicant at 12:15 on Saturday 4 May at the conclusion of the Plenary Programme.