Poster Presentation

Indian Dental Association are proud to announce All India Poster Competition under the banner of Future Dental Professionals Programme, to provide a platform and encourage students to present their original ideas, research and views on a national level.

It provides the budding dental professionals a unique opportunity to :

  1. Showcase their knowledge and real-time work at a National level
  2. Engage, interact and network with dental students from across India
  3. Stand a chance to win IDA AIPC Scholarship worth Rs. 7,000/-.

Objective

Through the All India Poster Competition, the main aim of IDA is to engage dental students from across India and provide them an opportunity to showcase and enhance their knowledge on a national platform.

The objective of the All India Poster Competition is to provide the budding dental professionals of the country a platform:

  1. To present scientific papers in a creative and abstract way for better understanding.
  2. To demonstrate poise and mental agility before peers.
  3. To develop skills in effective communication for dissemination of research information.
  4. To gain experience in creative presentation of scientific papers.
  5. To display their scientific contributions with visual clarity.
  6. To be recognized and receive appreciation at a national level.

About IDA

Established in 1946 by Dr Rafiuddin Ahmed, the founding father of Indian dentistry, the Indian Dental Association is a premier organization of practicing dental professionals in the country. Its dual goal is to promote oral health awareness in the country and professional advancement of its members. It is committed to attaining optimal oral health for all in the country as a sine qua non for improvement in the overall health status and quality of life. Towards this end, it carries out several activities aimed at serving the public and the members.

IDA currently has 29 State and a total of over 370 local branches under the State branches accounting for an overall membership of over 75000 dental professionals and students in the country.

As custodian of oral health in the country, the Indian Dental Association (IDA) is committed to dental excellence. Consistent with this commitment, IDA has been implementing several programmes and projects that have established IDA as an enviable institution devoted to improving the oral health scenario in the country and enhancing the image of its members.

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Guidelines

  1. Abstract shall not be longer than 250 words.
  2. Abstract title must be less than 10 words and express the researches essence
  3. No tables, charts or graphics shall be included in the abstracts.
  4. Abstract body shall not include any indication of the personal details of authors.
  5. Avoid reference to institution names, locations, or funding sources in the abstract.
  6. Only the author is allowed to present his/her abstract at the conference.
  7. Maximum of three co-authors are allowed per abstract.
  8. The authors have to be a member of IDA to be eligible to present the article.
  9. Certificate of participation will be presented to the Co-authors
  10. Only One submission per author is permitted for the competition.
  11. Do not submit on-going studies, or abstract with incomplete result or conclusion.
  12. Abstracts will be rejected if the above rules are not met.
  13. Abstracts shouldn’t be prepared like a presentation type which has been already submitted.
  14. The abstract should not been submitted and accepted at another national or international scientific meeting.

Dental students can apply under any one of the following categories:

Group1

Undergraduate dental students (including interns)

Group2

Post- graduate dental students

General Dentistry and Oral Health

  • a. Oral Health & Systemic Health
  • b. Digital Dentistry
  • c. Gerodontology
  • d. Special Care Dentistry
  • e. Others

Preventive Dentistry

  • a. Caries Prevention
  • b. Periodontology
  • c. Epidemiology
  • d. Orthodontics
  • e. Public Health
  • f. Pedodontics

Dental Treatment & Restorative Dentistry

  • a. Caries
  • b. Periodontics
  • c. Endodontics
  • d. Pedodontics
  • e. Materials
  • f. Esthetics
  • g. Prosthetics
  • h. Dental Erosion & Non-caroius Lesions

Oral Surgery & Oral Medicine

  • a. Implantology
  • b. Oral Surgery
  • c. Oral Medicine
  • d. Oral Pathology & Oncology
  • e. Oral Immunology
  • f. Forensic Odontology

Tobacco Intervention Initiative

  • a. Preventive
  • b. Interceptive
  • c. Corrective

Oral Cancer

  • a. Preventive
  • b. Interceptive
  • c. Corrective

Medical & Dental Emergencies

  • a. Overview & Classification
  • b. Management

Management of children

  • a. Preventive
  • b. Interceptive
  • c. Corrective

Cleft lip/Cleft palate

  • a. Preventive
  • b. Interceptive
  • c. Corrective

Defence

  • a. Armed forces dental support
  • b. Dental combat services
  • c. Disaster management
  • d. Treatment of injuries & rehabilitation

Women Dental Council

  • a. Time management
  • b. Fitness
  • c. Ergonomics

Forensic Odontology

  • a. Forensic application in dentistry
  • b. Victim identification
  • c. Age & sex determination

Sports Dentistry

  • a. Preventive
  • b. Interceptive
  • c. Corrective

Public health (national oral health observation)

  • a. Preventive
  • b. Interceptive
  • c. Corrective

The abstract should be formulated under the following headings:

Aim or purpose :

In one brief sentence, provide the rational for the investigation and/or the question to be answered.

Materials and methods :

The experimental conditions should be reported briefly (i.e. age group, nature of the animals, sex, and approval from the Ethics Committee at the presenter’s institution). The clinical approach should be precise, and the period of time studied taken into account in the interpretation. The methods used should also be clearly indicated (i.e. image analysis, biochemical data, histological, immune histological or molecular probes used for the analysis of the data, statistical significance).

Results :

The results should be stated in a maximum of three sentences.

Conclusions :

This is any conclusion(s) that can be drawn from the presentation. This final statement is crucial because it supports the scientific value of the abstract. (Case study can be written under the heading: Introduction, Case Report, Discussion, Conclusion)

Abstract acceptance letters will be sent to the submitting author’s contact e-mail address he/she entered in the system.

By the judges/reviewers is based on

  • Scientific or Clinical interest in the question to be assessed
  • Sufficient data provided
  • Innovation
  • Clinical impact

By the voting process:

Authors can also get additional points by asking their friends, peers; faculty & friends to vote for their abstracts by posting their abstracts on AIPC FACEBOOK PAGE. These additional points will be considered for selection in case if there is a tie between 2 authors

The selected abstract participants can choose any location (WDS or IDC) for presenting their abstract

WDS :- 6th to 8th October

  • The Participants for 1st round should be ready with their presentation at the venue 1st round presentations will be conducted for 3 consecutive days. Participant needs to be present at the assigned slot for the Presentation. (6th-8th october)
  • The finalist of WDS will be announced on the 3rd day of the competition i.e. 7th October 2018. The list will be displayed on the official website (www.postercompetition.org.in) on 11th October 2017
  • They will be called on the 3rd day of Indian Dental Conference 2018 for the Grand finale round of competition.

IDC:- 9th to 11th February

  • The Participants for 1st round should be ready with their presentation at the venue 1st round presentations will be conducted for first 2 days of IDC(09th,10th February2018). Participants need to be present at the assigned slot for the Presentations.
  • The finalist of IDC will be announced on the 2nd day of the competition. (10th February 2018)
  • Selected finalists will be called on the 3rd day of Indian Dental Conference 2017 for the Grand Finale round of competition.

Submission Process

1. Online registration

2. Online abstract submissions

3. Abstract selection -

Upon successful acceptance of abstract, participant who are Non IDA Member has to become IDA member before e-poster submission. “Failing to which, participant will be disqualified from AIPC”

4. Upload e-poster online (only for the selected poster abstracts)

5. 1 st round presentation at WDS/IDC for selecting the finalists

6. Grand Finale round on the 3rd day of IDC 2018

To submit abstract click here

Schedule

Publication

All accepted abstracts will be published online in the Indian Dental Journal

Scholarship

News

Blog

Winners 2017

Events

IDA organises activities for professionals, students and public. These provide opportunities for networking, knowledge exchange and learning latest professional techniques.

Past Events

  • 7th Annual World Dental Show! from 16th to 18th October 2015. Asia's biggest dental event being held at Bandra-Kurla Complex,Mumbai.
  • 69th IDC Delhi on 19th to 21st February 2016.

Upcoming Events

  • 9th Annual World Dental Show on 6th to 8th October 2018. We invite you to participate and become an integral part of Asia's biggest dental event being held at Bandra-Kurla Complex,Mumbai.
  • 71st IDC Bhubaneswar 2018 on 9th to 11th February 2018.

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Important Dates

Announcement:

  • 30th September 2017 for WDS and 31st December 2017 for IDC Last date for abstract submissions
  • 22nd January 2018 for IDCAbstract acceptance letters will be mailed by
  • 30th September 2017 for WDS and 02nd February 2018 for IDC Last date for uploading e-poster
  • 6 to 8th October 2017 for WDS and 9 & 10th February 2018 for IDC 1st round of presentation
  • 8th October 2017 for WDS and 10th February 2018 for IDC Finalist Announcement
  • 11th February 2018 Grand Finale round at IDC
  • 11th February 2018 Winner Announcement