Registration Details
Categories of Registration

FULL REGISTRATION: 

covers attendance at all 3.5 days of the meeting including all lectures and symposia, refreshments and lunch.  It also includes attendance at the Presidents’ Reception and Awards Ceremonies on the evening of Friday 19th June.

DAY REGISTRATION WEDNESDAY TO FRIDAY:

covers attendance for one day only including all lectures and symposia, refreshments and lunch. The day rate does NOT include attendance at the Presidents’ reception.

DAY REGISTRATION SATURDAY:

covers attendance for one half day only, including the SFOPOM Pindborg Lecture, the IAOP Clinico-Pathology Conference and the closing ceremony. Refreshments are included but not lunch.  Places for this half-day registration are limited.

Additional tickets for the Presidents’ Reception, for day registrants or for guests are available at check-out at the end of the on-line registration process.  Limited additional places are available.

There is no reduced registration fee for trainees. However, the IAOP and BSOMP offer travel grants and bursaries to support trainees to attend.

 

Please consult with your specialist society, or consult the websites at:

- IAOP (iaop.com)

- BSOMP (bsomp.org.uk)

Registration for Trainees

Please use the table above to determine what fee you must pay and then click HERE or below to register. 

 

 

This link will direct you to a payment page at the University of Sheffield ‘On-line Store’.  After selecting your requirements, you will be asked to register an account and then you will be able to check-out and pay by credit card, debit card or PayPal.

Registration Process
Special Requirements & Requests

At check-out, you will be able to indicate if you have any special dietary or access requirements or any other special requests.

IAOP 2020
Abstract Submission- Summary
  • Abstracts covering all aspects of oral and head and neck disease and their treatment are encouraged. This includes original research embracing laboratory studies and clinical trials as well as case series reporting new findings or new entities. Simple case reports are also encouraged, especially if reporting rare or unusual entities.

 

  • To make abstract submission as accessible and easy as possible IAOP2020 will accept abstracts submitted as Word documents by e-mail. Abstracts can be submitted for oral or poster presentations, but please note that the number of oral presentations will be limited and the Programme Committee will make the final allocation of abstracts to oral sessions, printed poster sessions or for presentation as e-posters.

 

  • Please submit abstracts as early as possible. Places for oral and printed poster presentations will be limited and early submission may help you get your preferred presentation type.

 

  • Abstracts will be reviewed before acceptance and may be returned to authors for editing, or may be rejected if it is deemed to be unsuitable for presentation or publication based on content or quality.

 

  • Authors will be informed if their abstract has been accepted within 4-6 weeks of submission.

 

  • Authors will be informed if their presentation has been allocated to an oral, printed poster or e-poster session in March 2020.

 

  • All abstracts will be available to delegates at the meeting as an electronic abstract book (PDF format) and will also be published after the meeting in the journal Oral Surgery, Oral Medicine, Oral Pathology and Oral Radiology.

 

  • The absolute deadline for abstract submission is Monday 2nd March, 2020.

 

 

  • These guidelines and a model abstract can be downloaded as a PDF document HERE and are also listed below.

 

  • Please follow the guidelines carefully.

Abstract Submission Guidelines
Types of Presentation

When submitting your abstract, you may choose your preferred method of
presentation. Please note however that places for oral presentations and printed poster presentations will be limited. The programme committee will make the final decision and will allocate your abstract to one of the three presentation methods. You will be informed of your mode of presentation, with further instructions, in March 2020.

ORAL PRESENTATIONS:

Oral presentations will form a part of the Free Paper Sessions. Oral presentations will last 10 minutes with an additional 2 minutes for questions. Presenters must adhere strictly to their allocated time slot. Priority for oral presentations will be given to abstracts reporting original research or case series reporting new findings.

 

You will be informed of your allocated session and time in March 2020.

PRINTED POSTER PRESENTATIONS:

Printed posters will be displayed in poster sessions that will be held throughout the meeting in the main breakout room alongside refreshments and lunch.  Poster presenters will be required to stand by their posters to discuss their findings and answer delegates questions at allocated times.

Priority for printed poster presentations will be given to abstracts reporting original research, case series and novel case reports.

In March 2020 you will receive further details including the size of the poster boards, times for setting up and taking down, and the times of your allocated session.

E-POSTER PRESENTATIONS:

To ensure that all delegates have an opportunity to showcase their research
IAOP2020 will also provide a facility for e-Posters. e-Posters will be displayed as PowerPoint presentations on screens around the conference venue. Delegates will be able to browse the e-Posters at leisure during the meeting. e-Posters will also be available in PDF format for viewing or to download on the website. Simple case reports will mostly be allocated to an e-Poster.


You will be informed if your abstract has been allocated to an e-Poster in March 2020.

Prize Entries

When submitting your abstract, you may choose to enter for ONE of the prizes offered by the International Association of Oral & Maxillofacial Pathologists (IAOP) or the British Society for Oral & Maxillofacial Pathology (BSOMP).


The IAOP offers a prize for the best Oral presentation and a prize for the best Poster presentation. For information about the IAOP prizes please consult the IAOP website at: http://iaop.com/Paper-Prize.html
 

You MUST be a member of the IAOP in good standing to be eligible to enter for the prize.

The BSOMP offers prizes for Dental Core Trainees (DCTs), Specialty Trainees (StRs) and students/early career researchers in the UK for members of the society. For information about the BSOMP prizes please consult the BSOMP website at: https://www.bsomp.org.uk/grants-and-prizes
 

Please note that you MUST be a member of the BSOMP and must be working in the UK to be eligible for these prizes.

If eligible, please indicate which prize you wish to be entered for on the abstract submission form.

Abstract Guidelines

Abstracts should be submitted in English as a Word document.
 

A model abstract is available for download HERE.


Abstracts must have a maximum of 250 words – not including title, authors names and addresses.

Title: 

Please include a Title that is clear, and indicates the content of your
abstract. The title should in uppercase and bold.

 

Authors: 
Give the names and initials of all Authors. The presenting author should
normally be the first author and their name must be underlined.


For each author give a simple address or affiliation in brackets - e.g. (School of Dentistry, University of Sheffield. UK). If all authors are from the same organisation, put this once after all authors. If each author is from a different organisation use superscript letters to indicate each affiliation (see model abstract for example).


On the abstract submission form please give the contact details and e-mail of the presenting author – this will be used as the main point of contact for information about acceptance, mode of presentation and further details. It will be the presenting author's responsibility to ensure that all deadlines and requirements are met.

 

Structure: 
Please divide your abstract into sections following the suggested subtitles: BACKGROUND, OBJECTIVES, METHODS, RESULTS, CONCLUSION. These are most suitable for a research abstract. For case reports other appropriate subtitles may be used.


NOTE – please note that the programme committee may edit your abstract to ensure it conforms to this standard style. We will not change the content. If significant changes or edits are needed, the presenting author will be contacted and given the opportunity to make changes.

Abstract Submission

To make abstract submission as accessible and easy as possible IAOP2020 will accept abstracts submitted as Word documents by e-mail.


Please submit abstracts as early as possible. Places for oral and printed poster presentations will be limited and early submission may help you get your preferred presentation type.


You will be informed if your abstract has been accepted 4-6 weeks after submission.

 

You will be informed if your presentation has been allocated to an oral, printed poster or e-poster session in March 2020. You will also receive further information about session times and size of poster boards etc.
 

The absolute deadline for abstract submission is Monday 2nd March 2020.
 

All abstracts must be submitted on the Abstract Submission Form – that can be downloaded HERE.


This is a simple form prepared as a Word document. Please complete the form fully and carefully and submit as a Word document with a file name that starts with the presenting authors lastname: “lastnameIAOP.doc” (e.g. JonesIAOP.doc).

 


The e-mail address for abstract submission is:

 

iaoplondon2020abstracts@gmail.com

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