Submission for this competition is optional.
SESSION GOAL: Allow participants to observe how a panel of experts approach challenging or complex patient cases.
Although the main aim of this exercise is educational, the top presenter will receive a complimentary registration to attend the MDS International Congress of Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders or the PAS Congress, when we return to in-person meetings.
Cases submitted must have a known diagnosis or they will not be considered.
CASE SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS:
- Use of the provided PowerPoint template is required
- Presentations cannot exceed 10 minutes in length
- Cases must have a known diagnosis. This diagnosis is not shared with the audience until the end of the presentation.
- Please submit presentations via wetransfer.com AND email to Nilda Toro, firstname.lastname@example.org
CASE PRESENTATION FORMAT REQUIREMENTS:
SLIDE 1: Introduction statement of why the case is unique or of interest and what is the known diagnosis. This slide is for review purposes only.
SLIDE 2: Title of the case (do not use the diagnosis in the title of the case), your full name and name of institution, city, state and country
SLIDE 3: Patient history/brief summary of case
SLIDE 4: Imbedded video cannot exceed 1 minute, 30 seconds in duration
SLIDE 5: Audience discussion: Phenomenology, Differential diagnosis, Investigations
SLIDE 6: Known diagnosis and relevant review of the condition
SLIDE 7: Take home lessons
October 1, 2021 Case Submission Deadline
October 13, 2021 Submission Acceptances and Declinations emailed
October 14-31, 2021 Accepted presenters attend a test session with course directors
November 6, 2021 Case presentations
Late or incomplete submissions will not be accepted
Patient Identifiable Material and Consent
The author(s) of the Work agrees and acknowledges that the use of patient information in the Work may impose certain legal requirements and that the author(s) has consulted with a legal advisor regarding such use. The author(s) hereby warrants and represents that the Release contemplated in this Agreement fully complies with all applicable national, state and federal laws, rules or regulations relating to patient information, including, without limitation, if applicable, the specific requirements of the United States Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (“HIPAA”) .