ADI Members' National Forum
Saturday 25 November 2017
Manchester Central, Petersfield, Manchester M2 2GX
Call for papers
Share your experience of implants with like minded professionals
For many, the ADI Members’ National Forum is the most stimulating dental implantology meeting in the calendar. This special event, which takes place every two years, is a great opportunity for you to communicate your work and ideas to your peers, providing you with access to a broad and supportive audience of ADI members, including the full implant team. Participation in the event, whether as a speaker or a delegate, is solely for ADI members.
We are now inviting Oral Presentations
We invite oral presentations on any implant related topic, including case studies, short research papers (including systematic reviews), audit, novel clinical ideas and useful adjuncts to clinical implantology. Your talk should be generic in content and last about 20 minutes. You will also be given a short amount of time to answer any questions from the audience. The Forum will be split into two streams running in parallel - click here to see the format of the 2015 event.
We are keen to receive submissions from general and specialist practitioners, technicians, hygienists and nurses - as well as postgraduate students and those in training posts.
Please submit a synopsis by Friday 9 June 2017
We just require a short synopsis of your presentation (150 words maximum).
Please note that all material submitted should respect patient confidentiality. The ADI will require authors/presenters to confirm during submission of their synopsis that the material submitted is their own material, and that they have patient consent to present patient related material, images and X-rays. Also, when referring to other people's work or images, these should be adequately acknowledged and cited to avoid plagiarism.
Please click here to submit your synopsis.
All submissions will be acknowledged by the ADI on receipt and will be read by the ADI's Members’ National Forum Sub-committee shortly after the submission deadline of Friday 9 June 2017. They will make a decision on which presentations to accept based on providing a widely varied programme, so this is definitely not a competition. Members chosen to give presentations will be notified of their inclusion early in July. Speakers will be provided with free registration for the event, and will be offered one night’s accommodation in Manchester as well as reimbursement of travel costs.