Case-Con is going VIRTUAL!
Unprecedented times and a generation-defining health crisis call for an unconventional ACEP20.
- Were you unsure about traveling to Dallas this fall?
- Were travel restrictions keeping you from going to ACEP20 in October?
- Is your program limiting travel this year for conferences?
- Do you hate printing and then traveling with a big rolled up poster sticking out of your luggage?
Bring Your Case to Case-Con at ACEP20
You know that puzzling case that has intrigued you throughout medical school or residency? How about tackling a little research and presenting it at Case-Con! Students and residents come together to present interesting emergency medicine cases.
Do you want to present an interesting Emergency Medicine case at one of the largest EM national conferences? Are you looking for a way to strengthen your EM residency application or your CV?
Where: ACEP20 Scientific Assembly - OnlineCompete Now!
- Deadline for Abstract submission: July 15, 2020
- Selection process: July 16, 2020 - July 31, 2020
- Notification of abstract selection: August 3, 2020
- Deadline for poster draft: October 1, 2020
What is Case-Con?
Case-Con is a poster presentation contest of interesting/notable emergency medicine cases. Presentations will include a 5-minute presentation followed by 2 minutes of group discussion. Presentations will be judged by a panel of EM residents and faculty. Three winners will be selected from each group of students and residents.
Guide for Presenters
- Authors are asked to submit a word document (3000 character limit) with a description of their proposed case presentation.
- Subtitles to include:
- Case Description
- Discussion (with notable learning points)
- Authors selected for case presentation will then submit a .pdf version of their case presentation poster.
- Presentations will be judged based on the Case-Con Rubric.
Abstract submissions and presentation rubrics will be used to select abstracts for the competition and during the competition by the judges.
Topics of Interest
- Uncommon presentations of common illnesses
- Interesting (de-identified) clinical pictures
- Any case that you think has an interesting teaching point
- Novel treatments / techniques