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Call for new submissions for the Winter Scientific Meeting 19th November 2021

Winter Scientific Meeting; The Devil is in the Detail, 19th November 2021.

 

BSRD would like to congratulate the winner of the Gary Pollock Oral Presentation Prize 2021:

Getting back into the swing-lock of things!

by Dr Natalie Archer


Gary Pollock Oral Presentation prize and the W&H Written Case prize open for the BSRD Winter Scientific Meeting 2021
 
The British Society is proud to offer a significant number of prizes annually. There are prizes for all categories of membership but please note that Consultants, Honorary Consultants and Senior Lecturers are ineligible to apply. There is also a prize for undergraduate students.  
The prizes are aimed at encouraging quality research, clinical work and audit and are an opportunity for members to showcase their best work and win a prestigious award that will enhance their Curriculum Vitae.
Members wishing to apply for prizes should note the rules and regulations carefully and the specific closing dates for any prizes they wish to enter. Prizes of up to £250.00 are awarded for the postgraduate prizes.
The undergraduate prize will be announced at our November meeting and given the opportunity to give a10 minute presentation at our spring 2022 meeting and is given free membership for one year. 
The Society has the following prizes to award in 2021:
                                                                                                                                       Winter Scientific Meeting in Restorative Dentistry series (19th November 2021).
 
NB Presenters must register for the meeting by 17th September 2021.  Failure to pre-register will result in prize entry being ineligible.
 
1. Gary Pollock Oral Presentation Clinical Case Prize

Entrants must submit power point presentation of the case to the Prizes co-ordinator, Mr David Green (david.green30@nhs.net).

Closing date: 1st October 2021. 
 
Candidates will be informed by the 31st October 2021 if they have been shortlisted.

The three best shortlisted candidates will be asked to present their case on the 19th November 2021 for 10 minutes together with 5 minutes of questions.
 
A BSRD judging panel will select the winner will be announced on the 19th November 2021 at the Society’s Winter Scientific Meeting.
 
The Gary Pollock prize will take the form of a cash award of £250 together with a certificate. Candidates should be available to take part in this meeting.

 

2. The W&H Written Clinical Case prize

A written submission of a clinical case with a substantial discussion.
 
The authors of the best report will be awarded at the Society’s Winter Scientific Meeting. This will take place on the 19th November 2021 and candidates should be available to take part in this meeting.
 
This W&H prize will take the form of a W&H hand piece presented with a certificate.
 
Entries should be submitted to the Prizes co-ordinator, Mr David Green (david.green30@nhs.net).
 
Closing date: 1st October 2021. 
The winner will be announced on the 19th November 2021 at the Society’s Winter Scientific Meeting.

 

Joint Virtual Conference- 25th-26th March 2021.

The BSRD would like to thank all those who submitted work for all the prize sections and congratulate the winners.

Winner of the Gary Pollock Prize:

Contemporary management of tooth surface loss in a patient with an eating disorder

by Kiran Amin.

Clinical Poster Prize

Winner:
Tooth Surface Loss: An unusual presentation of Primary Sjogren’s Syndrome

Main author: Sarah J Garner

Runners up:

Challenges perceived with conventional removable prosthetics in a post-surgery head and neck cancer patient

Main author: Sandeep Pai

Sequelae of subluxation injuries in traumatised central incisors and their long term management: a case series

Main author: Sehrish Khalid

Audit Poster Prize

Winner:

An audit to the assess the status of patients referred for specialist restorative treatment with undeclared primary disease, within the West Midlands

Main author: Sehrish Khalid

Runner up:

An Audit Assessing Head and Neck Cancer Dental Assessment Referrals: Is Sufficient Information Provided to Allow Comprehensive Treatment Planning?

Main author: Reem Ahmed

Research Poster Prize

Winner:

Hot isostatically pressed nano 3 mol% yttria partially stabilized zirconia: A parallel randomized in vitro trial

Main author: Osamah Alsulimani  

Autumn webinars in Restorative Dentistry series - 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th November 2020.

The BSRD and RSM would like to thank all those who submitted posters to the three prize sections and congratulate the winners.

Winner of the Clinical Audit Poster Prize and W&H Prize:

The introduction of an integrated dental care pathway for head and neck cancer patients

Main author: Dr Sibylle Schunemann, Specialty Doctor in Restorative Dentistry, University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust

Winner of the Clinical Case Poster Prize:

Minimally invasive management of erosive tooth surface loss utilising a combined direct and indirect approach 

Main Author: Dr Salman Pirmohamed, General Dentist/Specialist Trainee in Prosthodontics,Eastman Dental Institute

Winner of the Research Project Poster Prize:

A retrospective cohort study looking at the prosthetic appliance provided for patients with a Cleft Lip and/or Palate diagnosis at a single centre.

Main author: Dr Shivakar Mehrotra, DCT 2, Restorative Dentistry, Birmingham Dental Hospital

The BSRD and RSM would also like to congratulate the winner of the Undergraduate Oral Clinical Case Oral Presentation Prize:

Dr Maeve Barry, General Dentist

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