12the EFORT Congress Copenhagen 2011 "Our two keywords are science and education"
Per Kjarsgaard-Andersen reports about the forthcomming congress
Difficult case presentations
The best scored difficult cases will be orally presented!

This new session gives the opportunity to all congress participants to contribute in presenting an interesting case during one of the 5 sessions mentioned below.

After each accepted presentation an active discussion between the moderators, author and the audience forms the vital aspects within this new format!

A selected committee will review the cases. Should your case be among the best scored once and you are a registered participant (latest possible date of registration to benefit of this opportunity is 31.1.2011).

Session structure and duration

5 sessions on following topics:

4-6 complex cases will be discussed in each session. Duration: 90-120 minutes

  1. 10-minute presentation by the author
  2. 10-12 minutes discussion among panel members, with audience input.
Wednesday, 14.00 – 16.00 hrs*    
Thursday, 09.00 – 11.00 hrs* Thursday, 14.00 – 16.00 hrs*
Friday,  09.00 – 11.00 hrs * Friday,         14.00 – 16.00 hrs *

*subjected to change / topic will only be assigned to precise day in December 2010.

Important dates

October/November: Call for cases online - closed
31 January 2011: Early registration deadline
February 2011: Acceptance confirmation to authors
1 March 2011: Preliminary programme available
April 2011: Pre-view online on EFORT Portal of cases