Dentsply Sirona BSRD Poster Prize
All practitioners are encouraged to apply for this prize. Submission Deadline 11th May 2017.
The best five submissions will be asked to present at the BDA’s 2017 British Dental Conference and Exhibition, 25-27 May 2017.
The posters will be voted on by all attendees of the event on an on-line vote. The winner will be announced at the BSRD lecture in the BDA’s 2017 British Dental Conference and Exhibition, 27 May 2017.
The prize winner will receive a certificate, free BSRD membership for a year and the conference fee and evening reception ticket for the next BSRD conference (travel and accommodation for the BSRD conference will be self-funded).
The format to present is an A1 poster utilising the template provided.
The poster should be structured, highlighting the capability and confidence to diagnose, treatment plan and provide optimum restorative dental care for a patients requiring restorative multidisciplinary care. It should detail the assessment and treatment planning options for a patient-based outcome, as well as evidence based written discussion of the advantages and disadvantages of the treatment.
Each entrant should identify one patient from their practice whose treatment encompasses at least three dental disciplines. Examples of this are:
- Oral surgery
The patient case report should include (as a minimum):
- Patient details (maintain anonymity – patient initials are fine)
- Dental History
- Social History
- Medical History
- Extra-oral examination including smile line
- Intra-oral soft tissue examination
- Dental charts including teeth and periodontal tissues (BPE as a minimum)
- Occlusal assessment
- Good quality clinical photographs of the patient and any relevant existing prostheses (blacking out of the eyes required)
- Diagnostic imaging reports
- (Dental implant assessment (including identified modifying factors) optional)
- Treatment planning options
- Preferred treatment option for patient
- Discussion of the case
A lot of the information can be presented in standard short forms or lists (e.g. BPE scores, medical history etc.) However you should ensure that each section is clear and that descriptive detail is included when needed.
The discussion of the case should include discussion of any specifically challenging issues or modifying factors that are present. The reasons for your preferred treatment option(s) explained.