Clinical Cases in Metabolic Bone Disease Seminar
ANZBMS ASM, Darwin
Monday October 28th, 2019
Advanced trainees have expressed interest in having greater exposure to bone related education. Clinical case presentations that are stimulating, informative and interactive are an excellent teaching resource. It also provides an opportunity for trainees to present and have their work recognized by a national scientific audience. It is anticipated each case will spark lively discussion regarding complex areas of metabolic bone disease, engaging both clinicians and scientists. The clinical cases session aims to foster interest in the bone field amongst advanced trainees and senior clinicians and hopes to engage them into the wider clinician-researcher network.
The highest ranked abstracts submitted will be selected for oral presentation. Presentations will be adjudicated by a judging panel and a winner selected.
Case Study Submission Deadline: Friday 5th July 2019
Advanced trainees are invited to submit cases for oral presentation in Darwin, in conjunction with the ANZBMS ASM, to be held on the evening of Monday October 28th, 2019.
A case summary (500-1000 words) detailing the clinical case, all relevant laboratory and medical imaging findings and a brief outline of the literature. 3-5 take home messages (dot points) should be provided at the end of the submission. This section must not exceed 1000 words. References should be cited where appropriate and are not included in the word count.
All case submissions will be de-identified regarding Trainee, Supervisors, Hospital and State before being sent on to the case selection committee.
Opportunity to publish your case study
The ANZBMS has partnered with the Journal of Bone and Mineral Research (JBMR) Plus, the premier open access journal of the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research (ASBMR) to provide the winner of the ‘Clinical Cases in Metabolic Bone Disease’ the opportunity to submit their case report for publication for FREE (publication fee of $2,500USD waivered). This is an incredible opportunity and we would like to the thank the Editorial Board and Editor-in-Chief, Professor Peter Ebeling AO, for this generation contribution to training physicians.
- Full name, current training hospital, contact details
- Name(s) of Supervisors and their signature approving the case submission
*It is preferred that a supervisor also attends the case presentation
- Summary and brief outline of literature
*Please do not include any details of authorship/institution/contact details on case summary pages
Please submit your clinical case via your online dashboard.
Upon submission, you will receive a confirmation email.
Successful candidates will be notified via email by Monday July 29th, 2019. Further details regarding presentation requirements will be provided directly to selected candidates.