ADEE 2021 Strasbourg is now open for abstract submission
Dental and other oral health professions education colleagues are encouraged to submit abstracts for consideration for inclusion in a number of themed online sessions as part of ADEE 2021. This year submissions are invited for:
Selected oral poster presentations (up to 50 five minute presentations will be made available for use by delegates under pre-defined themes)
Topic related (abstracts that focus on Networking for Dental Education) up to four 15 minutes presentations addressing the meetings theme will be presented
- Online poster presentations (posters will be displayed for the duration of the meeting using the Learning Tool Box poster showcase and there will also be guided session to explore themed highlights) we have a capacity for 150 submissions
- FREEStage Presentations up to ten 7 minute presenters will be selected to showcase their new and evolving oral health professional's education research
A number of out Special Interest Groups and Workshop are also issuing calls for abstracts, if you are submitting an abstract for these ensure you select the correct option from the drop down menu within the submission system
- ADEE Tech Talks and Tecvh Expo
- SIG Session: Covid – lessons learned to innovate
In submitting an abstract you are acknowledging that if accepted you will be required to register of the meeting by 15th April 2021 and attend for the various live online sessions as outlined in the programme. The sessions will be delivered by themes as stated and it is your responsibility to ensure you bookmark these and them to your diary.
In submitting and abstract you are also acknowledging that your work will be uploaded in the correct format by no later than 19th April. If accepted the following format is will be used for presentations: More detailed information will be provided at the point of acceptance of your abstract.
Topic Related Presentations
Presenters will be asked to pre-record their 15 minute presentation in advance, and be online live for the duration of the scheduled session as there will be a live to air question and answer session. For live sessions you are expected to have your camera and audio activated when required, and you may be required to attend a test session in advance.
Due to the discursive nature of FREEStage this session will be fully live. Presenters are however expected to ensure their work as presented stays within the 7 minute (10 slide) format as allocated. You should be willing to take questions from delegates. The session will be recorded for later on demand viewing.
Selected oral poster presentations
Selected presenters must prepare a single landscape slide of their work and record a 5 minute video explaining its contents to delegates. All videos for each theme will be collated and streamed in advance of a live to air question and answer session. You will also be asked to upload this content in the Poster Show Case for wider dissemination, and we encourage presenters to add any additional information there also. For live sessions you are expected to have your camera and audio activated when required. It is assumed that all poster submission are interested in oral presentation, should you not wish to be considered for an oral presentation then please not this in the comments for editor section.
Once accepted presenters are expected to create and upload, at a minimum, a single slide of your poster and complete the mandatory fields of the LTB platform so as to enable creation of the online mini poster. You are however also encouraged to use LTB to its full potential and consider including additional resources such as video recordings, more in depth presentations etc.
The entire abstract submission system is email driven, it is important that you ensure the email used is the one you have direct access to as this will be used for all contact. Upload your abstracts via the online system only and within the defined word count limit.
The system is fully automated and will close at 00:01 on the 1st April 2021 Irish Time. Late submission or submission via direct email will not be considered. Note submissions made during 2020 now need to be resubmitted.