Complex Case Discussion (CCD)

This session format provides the opportunity to discuss interesting and challenging cases among the invited panel and the audience. An active discussion is the main benefit of such an exchange.

The session is 90 minutes long. The organiser forms a discussion panel together with three invited members. Each panel member should present three cases.

For each panel member, the first case presented should correspond to very basic evidence to give confidence to the audience and prepare attendees for the discussion.

When concluding the cases, it is advisable to show documented evidence in the form of references to articles supporting the options that were chosen. A take-home message should also be delivered. This will greatly enhance the learning experience of the participants.

16th EFORT Congress, Prague 27 – 29 May 2015
Preliminary Programme for the Complex Case Discussion (CCD – 90 minutes)
(PDF document – 1 page – 55 kb)
The Programmes available for download are a preliminary
version of the sessions, subject to minor changes.
Preliminary Programme for the EFORT Prague 2015 Complex Case Discussion (PDF document - 1 page - 55 kb)
Preliminary Programme for the EFORT Prague 2015 Complex Case Discussion
(PDF document – 1 page – 55 kb)

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16th EFORT Congress 2015 Prague, CZ | 27-29 May
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Key dates

Abstract submission & registration open
15 September 2014
Abstract submission closed on
15 November 2014
Confirmation of abstract acceptance
16 January 2015
Early registration deadline
16 February 2015
Advanced programme available
01 March 2015
On-site rates apply
01 May 2015