Information for Interactive Talk Presenters
All submitted abstracts will be considered for presentation as an Interactive Talk.
Interactive Talk presentation format provides each speaker with 7 minutes to present their slides and 3 minutes for questions and transition to the next speaker. The Interactive Talks will be organized by topic into 90-minute sessions. This revised format presenters the opportunity to actively present their research to their peers.
- All accepted presenters must pre-register and pay the applicable fee by the January 12, 2023 presenter pre-registration deadline. If you do not pre-register, you will NOT be allowed to present at the meeting and your abstract will be withdrawn from the online scientific program.
Interactive Talk presenters have the following requirements:
Prior to live presentation: All accepted and registered abstract presenters must upload a PDF preview of the presentation for the IADR Abstract Gallery by the communicated deadline. Presenters will be given the option to upload a brief audio or video file to accompany the required PDF preview.
During the live presentation: All accepted and registered presenters must attend and present during their live session/presentation time during which presenters will utilize PowerPoint slides pre-uploaded to the Speaker Ready Room to complete their presentation.
- Presenters are required to be in attendance for the full duration of the live session time to participate in the discussion period. Any additional time at the conclusion of all scheduled presentations is designated for discussion and for additional question and answer for any of the presenters
- Presenters may create as many PowerPoint slides as needed for their presentation that will fit in their 7-minute presentation time.
- Presenters are required to pre-upload their PowerPoint presentations to the Speaker Ready Room and will not be able to upload in the presentation room.
General Information/Requirements for Presenters
All presentations scheduled for the 2023 AADOCR/CADR Annual Meeting will take place in the Oregon Convention Center in Portland, Oregon, USA.
Abstract notification emails will be sent to PRESENTING AUTHORS ONLY in mid-December 2022. Session date, time and mode will be included in all acceptance letters.
All presenting authors are required to complete registration for the meeting by the presenter pre-registration deadline of January 12, 2023 as outlined in the Call for Abstracts and agreed upon at the time of abstract submission.
Abstract Withdraw/Presenter Change Request & Refund Request Form – The required form to request a presenter change or withdrawal of an abstract. If you are making a presenter change request, please note that individuals may present only one abstract (excluding Symposia and Keynote Speakers); additionally, requests should be made well in advance of the presenter pre-registration deadline of January 12, 2023.
Any plans to make changes to the designated presenter must be communicated to the IADR Global Headquarters for approval at all times through the Presenter Change Request form.
Presenters should mention the sponsors of their research, if applicable in their presentation.
The presentation should cover the same material as reported in the abstract.
Presenters must be present in the session for any discussion period(s) if scheduled.
IADR Policy on Full Disclosure: All presenters must abide by this policy along with the IADR Abstract Licensing Policy. All speakers of interactive talk and symposia presentations are required to include a slide listing any conflict-of-interest disclosures. If there are no conflicts of interest to report, please indicate on the PowerPoint slide.
IADR Abstract Licensing Policy: All speakers of Interactive Talk and symposia presentations are required to include a slide listing any conflict-of-interest disclosures. Poster presentations must also include a conflict-of-interest statement.
January 12, 2023 is the deadline to withdraw an abstract without penalty. Unwarranted withdrawals after this deadline may be subject to penalty. Presenters who fail to present accepted papers may not submit papers for the next annual meeting, unless acceptable explanations are provided to the IADR Global Headquarters in writing prior to the start of the meeting. Notifying the session chair is not sufficient. Lack of institutional or grant travel funding is not an acceptable explanation. Please communicate with the IADR Headquarters regarding any changes to your participation.
The IADR has continued to evolve to meet the unique challenges presented by COVID-19 for the health and safety of our members, attendees, sponsors, and exhibitors. To provide the best experience for attendees, all accepted abstracts will be presented in a new format called Interactive Talks. AADOCR is committed to putting science first, and the Interactive Talk presentation method will allow more colleagues the opportunity to actively present their science and interact with attendees during the sessions. Feedback provided reported high value of this presentation format and discussion periods.
This will also allow for Scientific Group/Network Group Program Chairs to build more cohesive sessions from the abstracts submitted.
Yes, all accepted and presented Interactive Talk abstracts will become archived and citable as part of a special issue of the Journal of Dental Research, the journal for dental, oral, and craniofacial research. The Journal of Dental Research follows the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors recommendations regarding the conduct, reporting, editing, and publication of scholarly works and these recommendations are applied to meeting abstracts to the extend practical and possible.
No, the submission process will remain the same for these sessions.
Keynote addresses will continue to be scheduled at the beginning of the Interactive Talk session. The timing will remain 30 minutes for these speakers.
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