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The BSRD Poster Presentation prizes

There are three categories of poster presentation available:

1.     Restorative Dentistry Clinical Case Poster
2.     Restorative Dentistry Clinical Audit Project Poster
3.     Restorative Dentistry Research Project Poster

The prize(s) may be awarded for the best poster presentation in any section. The posters are presented at the Society’s Scientific Meeting.

The Poster prizes will take the form of a cash award of £250 together with a certificate.

Specific Regulations

(see also Regulations and Rules for all BSRD prizes)

  • An entrant can only submit one poster to a category.
  • An entrant can submit to more than one category.
  • The poster should be size A1 portrait style.
  • The format/design of the poster is the entrant’s choice however;

1.  Restorative Dentistry Clinical Case Poster:

This 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. Good quality clinical photographs of the patient and any relevant existing prostheses (blacking out of the eyes required)

2.  Restorative Dentistry Clinical Audit Project Poster:

This should be structured highlighting the Audit process undertaken, its clinical importance and the improvements created.

3.  Restorative Dentistry Research Project Poster:

This should be structured highlighting the Research process undertaken, the clinical impotence and the clinical implications of the results obtained.

Entrants will be expected to be at their poster board during the session time slot which will be allocated. Poster set-up and tear-down times will also be confirmed prior to the meeting.

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