Call For Papers / Paper Submission

Please read the following guidelines carefully before submitting your abstract.
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Abstract Submission Deadlines

Abstract Submission has been closed.

*Changes cannot be accepted after the deadline
* Follow the instructions of the JOS Scientific Program Committee for post-review revisions.

Language

1) English
2) Japanese (If you would like to submit abstracts in Japanese, please submit from Japanese site)

Type of Presentation

(1) Academic Exhibits (basic research, clinical research, devices)
(2) Case Exhibits (case reports of academic significance)

* Oral Presentations are not perform, because call for abstract is only online presentation basically in this annual meeting.

Presenter Requirements

A. Papers submitted from within Japan
   The presenters must be JOS members who have paid the fiscal 2021 annual membership fees.
   There may be up to two non-member co-authors.

B. Papers submitted from abroad
   The presenters are required to register for the meeting in advance.
   (This rule also applies to foreign students in Japan.)

Categories of Topics

See the categories listed below and choose up to three items by number that match with your presentation.

01 Craniofacial morphology 17 Comprehensive dental treatment
02 Growth and development 18 Development of occlusion
03 Oral physiology 19 Retention
04 Etiology and epidemiology 20 Oral hygiene
05 Biomechanics 21 Cleft lip and palate
06 Histology 22 Congenital anomaly
07 Biochemistry and molecular biology 23 Maxillary protrusion
08 Bio-materials 24 Mandibular protrusion
09 Computer 25 Deep bite
10 Statistics 26 Open bite
11 Dental education 27 Bimaxillary protrusion
12 Hospital management 28 Crowding
13 Diagnosis 29 Asymmetry
14 Orthodontic appliances and treatment mechanics 30 Impacted teeth
15 Surgical-orthodontic treatment 31 Others
16 TMD    

How to Submit Abstracts

Online abstract submission

Notification of Acceptance

◆Acceptance decisions
All submitted abstracts will be reviewed by the JOS Scientific Program Committee (Accredited Orthodontists Committee for case reports). The Committee may request changes in exhibit types or in topic categories. Abstract submissions may be rejected.
◆Methods of notification
Decisions on acceptance will be posted on this website in the first of September (no notification will be made to individual applicants).

Abstract Submission Flowchart

Abstract Submission Flowchart

Excellent Presentation Award

The Excellent Presentation Award is designed as below.

  1. Purpose: To publicly honor excellent exhibits at the annual meeting and boost members’ morale for the meeting exhibition
  2. Subjects of award: Exhibits consisting of an academic exhibit and a case exhibit. The number of awards depends on the fields of the exhibits.
  3. Screening: Selected by the Screening Committee consisting of the Scientific Program Committee members and several other members additionally designated by them.
  4. Commendation: Awards are granted under the name of the Chairman of the JOS. Award-winning exhibits are displayed with a citation at the meeting and also published in JOS academic journals. An award certificate is presented to the first award winner.


When submitting your abstract as the subject of the award screening, please select "We hope to be a candidate" for the item “Nomination for the Excellent Presentation Award” on the Abstract Submission page.

Notes on Online Abstract Submission

◆Computer environment

The Secretariat assumes no responsibility for any problems with submission of abstracts due to the user's computer environment. In the UMIN online abstract submission system, web browsers other than Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox(version 2.0.3 (417.9.2) or after) and Google Chrome are not available.

◆Notification of problems in networks and servers

All notification of problems in networks and servers will be made through the official website of the Meeting. Inquiries through other means will not be accepted.

◆Deadline for online submissions

Congestion is anticipated in access to the website right before the deadline. Submit your abstract well in advance to avoid possible problems.
Abstract Submission Deadline: May 31st, 2021, 12:00 pm. (Noon)(JST)

◆Differences between the registration and confirmation pages, the registration number and password

- You should use the [registration page] when submitting your abstract for the first time.
- To make any revisions, you should use the [confirmation page] for your registered abstract. You will then need a registration number, to be automatically issued, and a password of your choosing.
- Please keep the registration number and the password to yourself.
- You should use the [registration page] only once for each abstract. The [confirmation page] should be used thereafter.

- Please note that if you use the [registration page] at each revision, multiple registrations will be created for the same abstract.

 

Presentation Acceptance Guidelines

Please be advised that presentation acceptance may be canceled at the discretion of the Scientific Program Committee in some cases including the following: the content of the relevant presentation lacks sufficient ethical consideration or personal information protection, and appropriate measures to manage conflicts of interest that may be caused by academic-industry cooperative activities have not been prepared.
Conflicts of interest(COI) disclosure is prerequisite when the author(s) make(s) poster presentation.


The abstract should meet the following requirements.

A. Exhibits

1) Academic exhibits (basic research, clinical research, devices)
1. Format Follow the "Abstract Preparation Guidelines.”
2. Contents Should be original research of academic significance.
3. Title Should characterize the study succinctly
4. Objective Should be stated clearly.
5. Materials and Methods Should be described clearly and quantitatively. Should be appropriate for the given objective. Trials targeted at humans should observe the spirit and ethics of the Helsinki Declaration. Trials targeted at animals should also have been conducted ethically.
6. Results Should be stated clearly.
7. Discussion Should be logical.
8. Conclusion Should be stated clearly and should not be incomplete or predictive in nature. Should agree with the title and the objective.

2) Case exhibits (Case reports of academic significance)
1. Format Follow the " Abstract Preparation Guidelines"
2. Contents Should be original research of academic significance
3. Title Should characterize the study succinctly
4. Objective Should be stated clearly
5. Case Should be given explicitly in line with the objective
6. Discussion and Summary Discussion should be logical and clear.

Abstract Preparation Guidelines

◆Affiliations and authors

- The number of co-authors, including the presenter, should not exceed 15, and the number of affiliations should not exceed 10.
- Organizations cannot be authors.

◆ Number of words

- The title of the abstract, when in English, should contain no more than 15 words. A capital letter should be used only at the beginning. A period at the end is not necessary.
- The main body of the abstract, when in English, should contain no more than 250 words.
- Affiliations and (co-)authors, the title of the abstract, and the main body of the abstract, when in English, should contain no more than 370 words.

 

◆Abstract Body

It is recommended that the text of the abstract be prepared using your word processing software and be pasted into the form using the copy-&-paste feature.

Abstract Formats by Presentation Type Please follow the format below without omission. Please use square brackets “[ ]”
A.Academic Exhibits

(1) [Objective], (2) [Materials], (3) [Methods],
(4) [Results], (5) [Discussion], (6) [Conclusion]

[Items (2)–(5) may be grouped as "[Materials and Methods]" or "[Results and Discussion]"]
B. Case Exhibits (1) [Objective], (2)[Case], (3) [Discussion and Summary]
Indentation

Left-align text to fill in blank spaces.
This also applies to the main body of the abstract.

Please do not use line breaks.
Symbols and Greek Letters Please read the instructions given immediately above the abstract body input space on the registration page.
Superscripts, subscripts, italics, bold type and underlining may be used in the title of the abstract. Please read the instructions given immediately above the abstract body input space on the registration page.
Units Use CGS (centimeter-gram-second) units for measurable quantities.
Graphs and Tables Graphs and tables cannot be attached to abstracts.
Use of trademarks As a general rule, the use of trademark names is not permitted. When their use is inevitable, please put them in parentheses following generic names. Trademarked names should not be used in a title.

References

When necessary, only one reference may be given at the end of the abstract in the format: "First author (Abbreviated journal name, year issued)."

Paper Submission

Abstract Submission has been closed.

* Changes cannot be accepted after the deadline.

4. Presenter Requirements

A. Papers submitted from within Japan

The presenters have to be JOS members who have paid the fiscal 2021 annual membership fees. There may be up to two non-member co-authors. (The number of co-authors, including the presenter, should not exceed 15, and the number of affiliations should not exceed 10.) Organizations cannot be authors.

B. Papers submitted from abroad

The presenters are required to register for the Meeting in advance. (This rule also applies to foreign students in Japan.)

Presentation Format Presentation method was changed on September 17th!

*In consideration of COVID-19 pandemic, the method of presentation has been changed to be held online only.


A. Presentation data Creation & Preparation


(1)  Presentation data (PDF) is required to be created under the presentation guidelines from Thursday, September 27th to Monday, October 18th at 12:00 p.m. JT.
*Please be noted that the presentation data will be cancelled if the data will not been registered during the time.

(2)  URL with the ID and the password to submit the presentation data will be informed to the first author through email in the end of September.

(3)  In principle, photographing and video recording are prohibited in order to protect patients' privacy.

(4)  We require all the first authors and co-authors to include there is any or no COI related to their topics to disclose in the slides. If there is COI, please disclose in detail in the slides. The sample slides HERE.

B. Exhibition date and Q&A session

(1)  Exhibition date : from Wednesday, November 3rd, to Tuesday, November 30th
The exhibition will be published on this meeting's website for audience.

(2)  Q&A session will be held during Thursday, November 4th to Friday, November 5th using Bulletin Board System.
We require the presenters to check the presentation pages periodically during the 2 days and answer the comment or inquiries from the participants.
*Presenters need to register for participation in advance.

(3)  Secretariat office will discard all the registered presentation data responsibly after the presentation.

Registration Secretariat:
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