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Call for Clinical Cases, Deadline September 25
Call for Clinical Cases, Deadline September 25
 

The American Autonomic Society is calling for your participation in the 2020 Ultimate Autonomic Challenge (UAC-3).

 

The 3rd Ultimate Autonomic Challenge (UAC-3) will be held during a 90 minute session at the 31st International (and 1st Virtual) Symposium on the Autonomic Nervous System on November 6, 2020 using the WHOVA and Zoom Meeting platforms. It will be based on 3 pre-scripted interactive clinical cases, each of them addressing a difficult autonomic nervous system dilemma (diagnosis, management, prognosis or patient counseling). The event organizer will host the Zoom Meeting session and 3 expert AAS faculty will moderate and facilitate the activity. One faculty member or advance trainee will present the case to the audience (15 min Powerpoint presentation and 10 min Q&A). A Zoom meeting-based Audience Response System (ARS) will be used to provide to the audience with interactive questions around the case in real time. At the end of each case presentation there will be time for an interactive Q&A discussion moderated by the faculty panel. We will also collect feedback about the session from the audience.

 

Please complete the form to submit your clinical case for the 31st International (and 1st Virtual) Symposium on the Autonomic Nervous System (November 6-7, 2020).

 

The deadline for case submissions is September 25, 2020.  Email completed form to amber@americanautonomicsociety.org

 

 

 

FORM OUTLINE:

 

 

CLINICAL CASE SUBMISSION FORM

 

 

31st International (and 1st Virtual) Symposium on the Autonomic Nervous System, November 6-7, 2020

 

 

Submission of this clinical case is a commitment on the part of the presenting author to attend the meeting and present the clinical case, if it is accepted for presentation.

 

 

Presenting Author First Name:

 

 

Presenting Author Last Name:

 

 

Department/Institution (Type department/institution names and locations):

 

For example: Department of Cardiac Sciences, University of Calgary, Calgary, Canada; Department of Neurology, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX, USA; Department of Neurology, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, USA

 

 

Country:

 

 

Clinical Case Title: Type title in sentence case (no unnecessary capitalization)

 

 

Clinical Case Summary:

 

Please limit your summary to 350 words (excluding clinical title & authors). Figures and tables are NOT allowed. Please spell out abbreviated terms at first use. Please be sure to include: 1) Disease condition, 2) Is this a diagnosis challenge (Y/N)?, 3) Is this a therapeutic challenge (Y/N)?, and 4) What makes this case unique.