Rare Bone Diseases Clinical Case Webinar: The pathogenesis and consequences of having too much bone
Topic: The pathogenesis and consequences of having too much bone
Speaker: Prof Wim Van Hul, University of Antwerp, Belgium
Hosts: Dr Natasha Appelman Dijkstra & Dr Adalbert Raimann
Date & Time: Wednesday 31 May 2023, from 16.00-17.00hrs CET
Format: Live Webinar. On-demand recording to be available after the event
The webinar, scheduled on 31 May 2023, from 1600-1700 CEST, is designed for individuals who currently practice in rare bone diseases, or are new to the field, and are interested in gaining clinical skills in the topic.
No experience is necessary to participate, we welcome all learners!
The webinar is hosted Prof Wim Van Hul who will provide a general presentation of diseases associated with high bone mass. Dr Natasha Appelman-Dijkstra and Dr Adalbert Raimann will lead discussions around clinical cases. The learning format will allow participants to share their experiences and ideas on strategies to evaluate, diagnose and/or manage the patients. The case presenter will be invited to address 2-3 questions regarding the case to the participants for discussion.
If you are a physician, clinical researcher or other medical provider, you are invited to submit a clinical case that are interesting, unusual, complex and/or controversial regarding presentation, diagnosis, treatment, or coordination of care of diseases with high-bone mass.
Submit your case
Clinical case submissions can be sent to email@example.com outlining:
- Your Name, email address, organisation and country
- Title of the case
- Summary of the case (brief description, including issues you are facing with the diagnosis or presentation of the case. Please make sure the patient cannot be identified)
- Your central questions to be addressed to the audience (2-3)
Deadline for submission : 10 May 2023.
Submit your case now !
After watching this webinar, participants will :
- Have better knowledge about the classification of sclerosing bone dysplasias
- Have gained insight into the pathogenic mechanisms underlying sclerosing bone dysplasias
- The clinical consequences of having too much bone
- Be able to adapt their daily practice thanks to case discussions
This webinar is free and open to everyone with an interest in the field.REGISTER HERE
A request for accreditation has been submitted to the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME®).
The 2023 Rare Bone Diseases Webinar Series has been supported by industry on the form of an educational grant. The sponsors had not influence on the content of the programme.