Thank you for your interest in submitting cases and/or questions for ENDO 2020. For the below sessions, an important aim is to discuss cases and questions you routinely encounter in your endocrinology clinics that either illustrate important learning points or challenging/puzzling cases. Selected cases/questions for each session will be used by the presenter to stimulate discussion and demonstrate best practice. The interactive discussions will enable you to ask questions, raise concerns, and seek advice.

The sessions you can submit cases for are:

We would like to encourage you to submit cases/questions. If you would like to submit cases/questions for multiple of the above sessions, please complete this form once for each session no later than March 9, 2020.

For each case you submit, please upload a PDF document with a summary of the case with 500 words or fewer that does not include any patient-identifiable information. We recommend the following structure for your case submissions:

I. Introduction and case report description
II. Description of the problem, procedures, techniques, and/or equipment used (with images, if necessary - please use PDF for all attachments)
III. Questions, problems, or possible differential diagnosis
IV. Answers and discussion
V. Conclusions and implications for clinical practice - OR questions that you would like to have the presenter and/or group answer.

The submission deadline is March 9, 2020.

 
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Please provide your name in case the speaker has follow up inquiries.
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Please select from the list below which session you would like to submit a case for.
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Please upload your case for Meet the Professor - M10 - Challenging Cases in Bone and Mineral Disease. Only PDF files will be accepted.
Files must be less than 7 MB.
Allowed file types: pdf.
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Please upload your case for Meet the Professor - M11 - Complexities in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Cushing Syndrome. Only PDF files will be accepted.
Files must be less than 7 MB.
Allowed file types: pdf.
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Please upload your case for Meet the Professor - M18 - When to Request Thyroid Ultrasonography in a Child and When to Worry About the Result. Only PDF files will be accepted.
Files must be less than 7 MB.
Allowed file types: pdf.
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Please use the text area to submit your questions for S56 - Data Overload - How to Integrate Diabetes Technology Into Your Research and Practice Submission.
Files must be less than 7 MB.
Allowed file types: pdf.