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Title: Joint Meeting of 2nd Asian Academic Congress for Temporomandibular Joint and 24th Annual Meeting of Japanese Society for Temporomandibular Joint (3rd Announcement)

 

 

Joint Meeting of

2nd Asian Academic Congress for Temporomandibular Joint

and 24th Annual Meeting of Japanese Society

for Temporomandibular Joint

(3rd Announcement)

 

 

NEW INFORMATION

The closing date for submission of abstracts is changed.

The new deadline is April 8, 2011

 

 

 

Date: July 23-24, 2011

Place: HIROSIMA PREFECTURAL CULTURE CENTER/ RIJYO KAIKAN HOTEL

(Address: 1-5-3 Otemachi Nakaku Hiroshima, 730-0051 JAPAN

TEL: +81-82-245-2311, +81-82-245-2322, FAX +81-82-245-2315

Home-page: http://www.rijyo-kaikan.jp/english.html)

 

Congress Chairman of 2nd Asian Academic Congress for Temporomandibular Joint

Nobuo INOUE, DDS, PhD  

Department of Gerodontology, Division of Oral Health Science, Hokkaido University Graduate School of Dental medicine

 

Conference theme: Paradigm Shift of TMD Diagnosis and Treatment

 

Greeting

Nobuo INOUE, DDS, PhD

 

It is great pleasure that the 2nd Asian Academic Congress and the 24th annual meeting of Japanese

 society for Temporomandibular Joint will be held in Hiroshima, Japan July 23 and 24, 2011 and we

will have outstanding speakers who have excellent achievements in Temporomandibular joint (TMJ)

research from Asia/Oceania and USA.

The causes of the temporomandibular disorder are diverse and the occurrence and management in each

country are different. So, the theme of Paradigm shift of TMD diagnosis and treatment will be

reflected in

the many collaborative sessions that will bring together experts from the different region such as Japan,

Korea, China, Turkey, Philippine, Myanmar, Malaysia, Thailand, Bangladesh, Australia and beyond to

discuss common areas of interest, introducing new concepts and research findings as well as share

knowledge in areas of difficulty or even failures.

It is the same time an opportunity to strengthen understanding and interdisciplinary cooperation

amongst member countries.

We are very pleased to organize and host this event and are determined to provide you with an

educational and social occasion that will be remembered for many years to come. We are confident of a

memorable congress in all aspects, and we look forward to your concurrence.

 

Scientific Program

Keynote address

Diagnosis and treatment of masticatory muscle tendon-aponeurosis hyperplasia

Dr. Nobuo Inoue (Japan)

Plenary lecture

An update on the biopsychosocial concept of Temporomandibular Disorders

Dr. Chris Peck (Australia) 

Symposium

Current state of treatments for TMD and TMJ disease in Asian countries

Dr. Rahena Akhter (Bangladesh)   

Dr. Teekayu P. Jorns (Thailand)    

Dr. Ma. Lourdes M. Coronacion (Philippine)

Dr. Aung Lwin Oo (Malaysia)

Dr. Kyu Kyu Swe Win (Myanmar)

Dr. Prashanta Shrestha (Nepal)      

Dr. Orhan Güven (Turkey)            

Free communications-Poster presentation

 

 

Call for abstract

Period of collection of lectures subjects and submission of abstracts

February 1 (Tue.) to April 8 (Fri.), 2011

 

Subject registration and abstract submission are done online, so please register from the registration screen

of the following URL:

http://www.kokuhoken.jp/jstmj24/en_subject.html

http://www.kokuhoken.jp/jstmj24/en_join.html

 

If you cannot submit your abstract online from

the registration screen, please do not hesitate to

contact the following E-mail address;

<aactmj2@den.hokudai.ac.jp>

 

 

 

 

 

How to register a subject of lecture

We recommend that you prepare the abstract text on your PC first, and then copy and paste it within the

abstract text framework on the subject registration screen.

 

Request regarding character entry

- Write the abstract text within 250 English words. Use the following standard abstract forms:

the abstract of the research report should consist of Objective, Methods, Results and

Conclusion; and the abstract of the case report should consist of Objective, Case, Results

and Conclusion.

- If these items are not clear, the subjects may not be accepted.

- The total number of characters for the author name (English), the name of the organization you belong

to (English), the abstract title (English), and the abstract text (English) should be 1,980 half-size

characters including spaces.

- To spell your name, use all capitals for your surname and use capital only for the first letter of your

given name.

(Ex. HIROSHIMA Tarou)

- We cannot present any photo or chart whatsoever, for which your understanding is requested.

- The abstracts and programs of this meeting will be published as a journal of the Japanese Society for

 the Temporomandibular Joint (special number for the meeting), so there is no need to register

post-abstracts.

 

Points requiring attention at the time of submitting lecture subjects and abstracts

- Register the password to refer to and renew the registered abstract (6 to 8 half-size alphanumeric

characters)

- You can renew and change your abstract as many times as you like on the homepage until the deadline of  the submission.

 

The poster size and presentation method will be described in the next announcement.

 

Acceptance/rejection result

- We will send the result to the e-mail address you entered at the time of subject registration.

- Regarding acceptance or rejection, please leave it up to the program study committee.

 

Excellent Poster Award

From among presented posters, the best poster will be selected to receive the Excellent Poster Award.

 

Local Organization Committee

President

The Japanese Society for TMJ                    Kenji Kakudo

Congress Chairman

2nd Asian Academic Congress for TMJ             Nobuo Inoue

24th Annual Meeting of Japanese Society for TMJ    Kazuo Tanne                    

Director of international affairs                     Kenichi Kurita

Members                                       Masashi Sugisaki