Experts Discuss YOUR Clinical Cases and Clinical Pearls

This year we will have case presentations and discussions of the common controversial or complex clinical scenarios. If you have an interesting clinical case, relevant to nephrocardiology, which you would like to be considered for discussion, and/or there are certain pertinent clinical scenarios that you encounter frequently and the diagnostic or management approach to which scenario is not clear and you would like to hear experts’ input on that subject, please feel free to submit it here to be considered for discussion during the conference.

Please review the following instructions before submitting your suggested clinical case or question:

  1. If you are submitting a clinical case, please make sure your presentation is HIPAA compliant and it does not include patient’s name or any identifiable information about the patient.
  2. Please explain the situation concisely in a way that it includes all the necessary information, while it does not exceed 300 words.
  3. Please enter your “Clinical question” and briefly explain what the question or the controversial issue is.
  4. If you are sending a clinical question without presenting a case, please pay attention to the following points:
    • Your clinical question should represent a common condition or scenario that you and other colleagues commonly encounter.
    • The question should be something that can be answered and discussed within a 10-minute time period.
  5. The submitted cases/clinical questions will be considered only if the person who has submitted the question has registered for the entire conference. However, there is no limit to the number of cases or questions that a registered person can submit.
  6. We might be able to offer the person, who has submitted an accepted case or question, to present his/her case or question at the conference and participate in the discussion.
  7. Among the submitted cases and clinical questions, those that can be found to be more relevant and more useful for the conference audience will be selected for presentation.
  8. If the clinical question can fit in one of the speaker’s topics, we will try to coordinate with the speaker to answer that question within his or her talk or during the relevant panel discussion. Otherwise, it can be presented in sessions that will be assigned for this purpose.
  9. All clinical cases and questions must be submitted by January 10th, 2020.
Click Here to Submit your Clinical Case or Clinical Question

In case of any question or concern, please send an email to nephrocardio@medicine.ufl.edu.