Bring Your Own Patient Video Presentation Competition (a 2-step process). Submission for this competition is optional. Although the main aim of this exercise is educational, we have applied to MDS for a grant to enable the author of the top presentation to receive a complimentary registration to attend the International Congress of Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders, to be held October 5-9, 2018 in Hong Kong.
Submit a Letter of Intent for the Bring Your Own Patient Video Presentation Competition. Cases submitted must have a known diagnosis and it must be included within the online submission. The goal of this session is for participants to learn from a series of unusual, very interesting patient cases and to see how a panel of senior experts approach these types of challenging cases.
Submission Components are:
1. Title of case
2. Brief summary of case
3. Brief description of what the video will demonstrate
4. Statement of why the case is unique or of interest
5. What is the known diagnosis?
The course directors will review and select from the submitted cases. Notifications will be emailed two to three weeks after submission.
The author(s) of the Work hereby represents and confirms that he/she has obtained the written consent of any and all patient(s) featured or who are otherwise identifiable or used in the Work to such feature, identification or other use therein and that said consent fully complies with all applicable legal requirements relating to the use of said such patient identifiable material, including, without limitation, if applicable, the specific requirements of the United States Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 ("HIPAA")…
Only those selected to present a case will be provided with a link to submit their PowerPoint and Video for the competition. Presentations should be no more than 10 minutes in length and must have a known diagnosis that is explained at the end of the presentation.
Format requirements for Video Case Submission:
1. One title slide: title of case, your full name and name of institution, city, state and country
2. History: two slides maximum
3. Video clip: up to three minutes in duration
4. Audience discussion of:
b. Differential diagnosis
5. Presentation of the known diagnosis, and relevant review of the condition. Three slides maximum.
Important Dates to Note:
- Selected course participants are encouraged to submit a Letter of Intent October 2017-January 31, 2018 describing their interesting case for possible presentation at the Bring Your Own Patient Video Dinner on Saturday night.
- The course directors will select the most interesting and educational cases for presentation at the course.
- The selected cases will be due before February 9, 2018. No late submissions will be accepted.
- On Saturday, March 3, 2018, the pre-selected cases will be presented by the course participants to the attendees and a Panel of Experts who will compete to make a correct diagnosis.
- Attendance at the Video Dinner is mandatory and part of the course.
- All present course participants and faculty will vote for their favorite presentation. The best presentation will be announced on the final day of the course.