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Clinical Update 2022 Call for Cases

 

Case submissions for Clinical Update 2022 are now closed. 

All accepted cases have now been published online in Endocrine Abstracts- a fully citable and open access collection of all the cases presented during the Meeting.

Presentations at Clinical Update 2022

If your case is selected for Clinical Update 2022 then you will be asked to present your case in a related workshop during the Meeting.

The primary aim of each workshop is to discuss cases that you routinely encounter in your endocrinology clinics. All delegates are asked to submit an abstract of a representative, routine clinical case that will be of core interest. This is vital for the success of the interactive workshops. Remember, we are not looking for unusual or special cases, simply what you would see day-to-day in your clinic. It is the discussion that will make the presentation special.

Workshops will start by one of the facilitators providing a short seminar introducing the topic of selected cases. This will be followed by one or two 5-minute accepted case presentations from delegates that will be discussed in detail with encouragement from the strand convenor and facilitators. You will then have the opportunity to ask questions, raise concerns and seek advice.

There are no poster presentations at Clinical Update 2022.

 

Case topics for 2022

All cases submitted must be directly relevant to one of the below topics. Cases for different topics will not be considered. 

  • Pituitary function tests
  • Non-functioning pituitary tumours and other sellar masses
  • Normal growth and the diagnosis & management of adolescent problems
  • Causes, implications and management of delayed/arrested puberty in adolescents
  • Thyroid function tests
  • Subclinical thyroid disease
  • Adrenal insufficiency
  • Congenital adrenal hyperplasia
  • Female hypogonadism
  • Male hypogonadism
  • Osteoporosis
  • Paget's disease
  • Assessment and management of obesity
  • Hyponatraemia

 

Cases must be no longer than 400 words. They can contain tables (the contents of which will be included in your word count) but no figures are permitted.

 

If you have any queries regarding your case or abstract, please contact the Clinical Update 2022 Meeting Team at conferences@endocrinology.org