Call For Abstracts

IMPORTANT DATES


Deadline for Submission: 12th April 2019

Notification Letters by e-mail: 10th May 2019

Presenter registration Deadline: 5th July 2019

If the presenting author is not registered by 5th July 2019 the abstract will be automatically removed from the programme.


ABSTRACT GUIDELINES

Topics

Original research, research proposal or case presentation in the areas of:

  • Developmental disability, oral conditions and management
  • Aged care, oral conditions and management
  • Interdisciplinary Care

 

Structure your abstract (maximum of 300 words) using the following guidelines:

  • Title (maximum of 15 words)
  • Authors & Affiliations: Names of the authors (maximum number: 6) with the name of the presenting author followed by an asterisk (*). Each name should be followed by their title and their affiliation with their institution.
    Example: Presenter last name Initials* (Title, Institution), Co-author last name Initials (Title, Institution)
  • Aim(s)
  • Methods
  • Results
  • Conclusions


Selection of abstracts

Abstracts will be reviewed by a review committee.

Confirmation of acceptance/rejection will be e-mailed by 10th May 2019

If you have any queries, please e-mail a.pradhan@uq.edu.au

 

Poster presentation

Posters will be displayed on LCD screens.

Recommended font:

Title Arial bold 54pt

Headings Arial bold 32pt

Body Text Arial 24pt

Tables/Figures Arial 14pt

 

Eligibility for Awards

Undergraduate (UG): 8 minutes talk 2 minutes question time.

Postgraduate (PG): 10 minutes talk and 2 minutes question time

 

Awards

The nine best abstract submissions (6 PG, 3 UG) will be short-listed for awards, who will have to give an oral presentation. First and second prizes will be awarded in the following categories

  • Postgraduate Research Project
  • Postgraduate Clinical Case Presentation
  • Undergraduate Research Project or Clinical Case Presentations

A people’s choice award, voted by the conference delegates, will also be presented.

Click here to submit your abstract