Dear Colleagues,
We refer to our earlier announcement of the 2020 Bone Curriculum Symposium - organised by the KBVR/SRBR Osteoporosis and Fracture Prevention Group.
This year the Bone Curriculum Symposium will take place at Het Pand in Ghent on 12 & 13 March 2020.
The bone curriculum serves as a lecture cycle on bone which is covered within three consecutive yearly symposia. The scope of the bone curriculum is to provide high quality continuous education for clinicians of all specialities interested in, seeing or treating patients with osteoporosis and / or bone diseases and is also a structured educational programme for trainees in rheumatology and other specialities looking at bone and calcium - phosphate metabolism disorders.
The updated Preliminary Programme is now available and can be consulted here.
If you have an interesting case report, you are kindly invited to submit it by 1 February (see below).
We look forward to meeting you at the 2020 Bone Curriculum Symposium.
With very best regards and best wishes for 2020,
On behalf of the KBVR / SRBR Osteoporosis and Fracture Prevention Group
Dr. Hans-Georg Zmierczak MD PhD
Chair and Scientific Organiser of the Symposium
Preliminary Programme
The updated Preliminary Programme can be downloaded here.
Call for Case Reports
Participants are invited to submit case reports before 1 February 2020 to
Three cases will be selected for presentation. Presenters of cases, scheduled at 18.45 hrs on Thursday, 12 March can attend the Bone Curriculum Symposium free of charge.
Format of submission: WORD or PDF, maximum 1 A4 page, font Arial or Calibri, size 12 or PowerPoint, maximum 10 slides.
Registration details are available here. You can access the online registration form here.