Submissions are open. The deadline is 23.59 on 01 February 2019.

Please email your submission to admin@britishendodonticsociety.org.uk.

 

Title for The Harty Prize 2018-2019:

‘Discuss the role of procedures designed to maintain pulp vitality, highlighting the process of decision-making when choosing the mode of treatment as well as the possible consequences of using such measures.’

The prize shall be known as the “Student Essay Prize in Endodontics”.

The prize will be open to any undergraduate dental student in a dental school within the United Kingdom or a dental graduate from one of these schools who has been on the Dentist’s Register for no more than one year on 30th June in each year of application.  Only the name of the winner will be published.

Essay requirements

The essay must be written in English and shall not exceed 3000 words (not including references, tables and figures or the title. Sub-headings are included in the word count). It must be typed in double spacing and suitable for electronic submission. Pages must be preceded by a title page. One copy of the essay shall be submitted.

Each entry must be written under a pseudonym and submitted electronically. For 2019 essays must be emailed to Annabel Thomas at admin@britishendodonticsociety.org.uk.  The online submission facility is unavailable this year.

Award of the prize

The winner shall receive a prize of £1000. There are also two runner-up awards of a year’s free membership to the Society.

Essays will be judged on content, style and presentation.

The Council of the British Endodontic Society appoints the judges, whose decision will be final.  Feedback will not be provided to individuals.

The prize will be awarded by the Council of the British Endodontic Society on the recommendation of the judges. The Council reserves the right to withhold the prize if the standard of the essays submitted is not of sufficient merit.

The student who submits the winning essay will be invited to a BES national meeting for the presentation of the prize. Registration, accommodation and travel costs will be paid.

The British Endodontic Society shall have the right to publish any essay submitted in part or full in the International Endodontic Journal.

The winner must permit the publication of their photographs for the purpose of promoting the British Endodontic Society.

Closing date: 23.59 hrs on 1st February in each year of application.

Please send your entries to: Annabel Thomas, Chief Operations Officer at admin@britishendodonticsociety.org.uk