The Education Research Group (ERG) Best Presentation Awards are given to the oral or poster presentation judged to be the best in the ERG sessions at the Annual General Session and Exhibition of the International Association for Dental Research (IADR). Usually one award is given to the best student presentation and one award to the best faculty presentation. Presentations are judged by ERG members.
DEADLINE: March 1, 2021
Submission site opens August 17, 2020!
- Candidates must be a member of the ERG, student or faculty. ERG officers and executive committee members are not eligible.
- Abstracts must be submitted to the ERG through the IADR General Session abstract submission process.
- Candidates interested in participating in the competition must click the check box on the abstract submission form.
- Candidates are responsible for presenting the research in compliance with the IADR call for abstracts guidelines.
- Education Research Group Best Student Presentation Award
The purpose of the award is to encourage and disseminate education
related research. An award of $400 will be presented to an enrolled student
(undergraduate or postgraduate) who is the primary contributor to the research
and presents this as an abstract, oral or poster, at an ERG session
during the annual IADR meeting. Presentations are judged by a panel of ERG
members and an award is made only if it is determined a presentation
demonstrates sufficient merit.
- Education Research Group Best Faculty Presentation Award
The purpose of the Award is to encourage and disseminate education
related research. An award of $600 will be given to a faculty member who
is the primary contributor to the research and presents this as an abstract,
oral or poster, at an ERG session during the annual IADR meeting. Presentations
are judged by a panel of ERG members and an award is made only if it is
determined a presentation demonstrates sufficient merit.
Criteria for Judging
The criteria for judging the presentations are as listed below. Each category is ranked on a scale of 1-5 with 5 being the highest.
- Research design: Does it fit the aims/research questions and was it conducted appropriately?
- Analysis: Are the techniques appropriate and used correctly?
- Conclusions: Are they justified/supported by the results?
- Educational Significance: How do the findings affect dental education? Can the findings be applied to other dental education settings?
- Presentation: Did the presenter communicate clearly? Did the slides/poster clearly communicate the findings? Did the presenter clearly answer the questions?
Please direct questions to Laura Dempster, ERG Group Program Chair, at email@example.com.
Emma Bartle (faculty)
Elizabeth Worndl (student)
Reshma Agrawal (faculty)
Amitha Ranauta (student)
Abhishek Parolia (faculty)
Kelsey O’Hagan-Wong (student)
Tracey Winning (faculty)
Mohamed El-Kishawi (student)
Emma Barnes (faculty)
Jorge Tricio (faculty)
Carlos Poni (student)
Cristina Wanyonyi (student)
Nicola Innes (faculty)
Noor Hayaty Abu Kasim (faculty)
Jorge Tricio (student)
Mariya Volvovsky (student)
Nicole Major (student)