Scientific Guidelines

Prize Paper Category ( Eligibility: Delegates only)

Last date for abstract submission of Prize paper - 20th October 2021
Last date for submission of prize paper (Full text) - 30th October 2021
Announcement of papers selected for prize paper presentation - 15th November 2021
Those papers that are not selected for prize paper category will be considered for presentation under Free Paper Category.


Free Paper Category (Eligibility: Delegates and 3rd Year Post Graduates)

Last date for abstract submission of free paper - 30th October 2021. (To be uploaded on the link provided) | Click Here to Submit
Last date for submission of free paper (Full text) - 15th November 2021
(To be emailed as pdf to delegatefreepaper45aomsi@gmail.com / pgfreepaper45aomsi@gmail.com).


E-Poster Presentation (Eligibility: Delegates and Post Graduates -1st, 2nd and 3rd Year)

Last date for submission of e-poster abstract - 30th October 2021. (To be uploaded on the link provided) | Click Here to Submit
Announcement of e-posters selected for poster presentation - 10th November 2021
Last date for submission of Final poster - 15th November 2021
(To be sent by email as single slide PPT to: delegateposter45aomsi@gmail.com / pgposter45aomsi@gmail.com)

General Guidelines


It is mandatory for the presenters to be registered members of the AOMSI.
The necessary links for abstract and final submissions for prize paper, free paper and e-poster presentations will be provided. Kindly follow the link.
Time limit for prize paper and free paper: 8+2 minutes.

Guidelines for Prize and Free Paper Submission


Abstract submission for free and prize paper to be done via link provided
Title - should be accurate and concise, not exceeding 15 words.
The abstract must be in IMRD format (maximum word limit = 300 words, font style - Times New Roman - 14)
Introduction- should describe the implications and rationale behind the study/ technique, controversies or gaps in existing knowledge can be described to defend the study objectives.
Aims and objectives- should be specific and achievable; should give a clear notion of what is to be described, determined, identified, compared and confirmed.
Material and Methods- should include an in depth description of how the study was carried out including study design, sample size and selection criteria, data collection, statistical analysis and ethical considerations.
Results - should summarize the observations supplemented by tables/ figures.
Discussion- should provide interpretation of the results and be supported with appropriate references.
Summary and conclusions.
Full text submission of PRIZE PAPER to be done via link provided.
Full text submission of FREE PAPER to be emailed as pdf file to delegatefreepaper45aomsi@gmail.com / pgfreepaper45aomsi@gmail.com

Guidelines for E - Poster Presentation


Abstract of the poster to be submitted on the link provided
All submitted e-poster abstracts will be scrutinized by a panel and only 100 selected e-poster abstracts will be eligible for presentation of final e-poster.
Selected posters to be emailed as single slide ppt (landscape) to: delegateposter45aomsi@gmail.com/ pgposter45aomsi@gmail.com
Only presenting authors will be awarded e-poster presentation certificates.
All e-posters will be displayed at various designated areas during the conference.
All e-posters will be scrutinized in every core area of Maxillofacial Surgery by a selected jury.
Best 5 posters will be selected for a final presentation and judged for the best 2.

Guidelines for E-poster preparation: PPT with single slide landscape.
Format- for original research

Title - title and authors names with conference logo
Introduction - to contain background, knowledge gap in previous literature
Aims and Objectives
Methods- should include an in depth description of how the study was carried out including study design, sample size and selection criteria, data collection, statistical analysis and ethical considerations.
Results - should summarize the findings of the study with observations supplemented by tables / figures.
Discussion - should focus on aims, study parameters/ criteria, related studies with correlations, complications / adverse effects and management, confounding variables and limitations, future scope of the study.
Conclusion - to be brief and relevant.
References - ONLY TWO to be added.
Format - for case reports and reviews.
Title and authors names with conference logo, Introduction, Case presentation, Discussion and References (up to 2 for case reports and 5 for reviews).

Themes For Presentation


The Conference is seeking abstracts relevant to the following themes

Dentoalveolar Surgery / Nerve Injuries.
Dental Implantology, Pre-Implant Surgery & Grafting.
Oral & Maxillofacial Pathology.
Craniomaxillofacial Trauma.
Head & Neck Oncology.
Reconstructive Surgery.
Cleft & Craniofacial Anomalies.
Orthognathic & Aesthetic Surgery.
TMJ Disorders & Surgery.
Research / New Technologies.
Miscellaneous.

Presentation Format


Scientific Presentations may be done as Oral Presentation(Delegates) or as E-Poster (Delegates & Postgraduate trainees). Submission of abstracts must follow the guidelines listed by the scientific committee.


ORAL PRESENTATION
Guidelines for Oral Presentations will be notified in the acceptance letters. Abstracts which are not selected for Oral Presentation may be eligible for a Poster Presentation.


E - POSTER PRESENTATION
E-poster Presentations are electronic display of scientific content. The poster display is an integral part of the conference and will be available to access within the Conference Hall. Full details of the poster format will be detailed in the notifications which would be sent to presenting authors.


Kindly Note
1) All E-posters will be judged and prizes awarded (no separate prize category for e posters).
2) Only the presenting author gets certificate.


PRIZE PAPER CATEGORY
Delegates submitting their work for the “Prize Paper Category” are requested to follow the same format as for Oral Presentation. After a two level evaluation, abstracts would be shortlisted for consideration for prize category. At this stage the authors would be intimated to submit their complete study which would be further scrutinized and selected for the prize category.

Abstracts that are not selected for Prize Paper Category will be moved to Free Paper Category.

Steps For Abstract Submission


Click on the “Submit Abstract” menu in the home page or Scientific page. You will be asked to enter the Conference registration number. You may choose to receive OTP through mail or mobile number. Once you confirm your mobile/mail, you will be asked to enter the category (Delegate or PG trainee). Follow the instructions to submit the abstract.

Delegate
Free Paper
E Poster
Prize Category (Follow the instructions given below and upload the abstract as attachment)*

PG Trainees
E Poster (1st, 2nd & 3rd Year PG's)
Free Paper (3rd Year PG's)

Rules for abstract submission
Submission of an abstract acknowledges your acceptance for the abstract to be published in the official Congress Book / JMOS Supplement edition.
Abstracts must be original and should not have been published elsewhere or submitted for publication in any Journal.


Abstract text must be in Times Roman, 12pt font, single-spaced and left aligned
Submission of an abstract acknowledges your acceptance for the abstract to be published in the official Congress Book / JMOS Supplement edition.
Your abstract text should be no more than 250-300 words, including references
There is to be a maximum of two key references
Use standard abbreviations only. Within the body of the abstract, when using abbreviations spell out the name in full at the first mention and follow with the abbreviation in parenthesis. Abbreviations may be used in the title, provided the name in full is outlined in the body of the abstract
Your abstract should follow the following structure where applicable: Background, Research Aims/Objectives, Methods, Results/Findings and Conclusions
NO images, graphs or tables are allowed.


ONLY for Prize Papers*
Tables – A maximum of 3 tables of up to 10 rows x 10 columns can be included per abstract.
Graphs and images – It is important to note that each image included in the abstract is worth 30 words. A maximum of 5 images can be included per abstract. The maximum file size of each graph/image is 500 KB. The maximum pixel size of the graph/image is 600(w) x 800(h) pixel. You may upload graphs in JPG, GIF or PNG format.

Submitting Your Abstract

During "Abstract Submission” You will be required to provide the following details prior to uploading the abstract file:

The Title of your Abstract
Presentation Type (Preference only)
Theme
Name and Institution of all Co-Presenters and Co-Authors
Your Completed Abstract (following the Template).


Please Note :
  All abstracts must be prepared according to the guidelines provided. Incomplete or incorrect submissions will be returned to the author and must be re-submitted immediately in the correct format to be considered for inclusion in the program.
  All fields on the online abstract submission form must be completed.
  Abstracts must be submitted by the presenting author who should complete all fields on the online submission form.
  Submission of your abstract/s implies you have read, understood and comply with the Terms and Conditions as outlined in the abstract portal.


Confirming Your Submissions
You are required to check your abstract for correct and successful upload. If you have any concerns, please contact the Scientific Committee by email to scientifici45aomsi@gmail.com