Deadline for case submissions: December 15
Event Saturday, March 18, 2023
Witness clinical experts analyze and discuss a case by phenomenology, syndromic classification and differential diagnosis. This event will challenge participants to improve diagnostic skills with unique and interesting cases. This event is open to all registered delegates.
Video Case Submisson
MDS Members and non-members from within the Asian and Oceanian section are invited to submit interesting and educational video cases that they wish to present during the Video Tournament. Presentations will entail a brief clinical description and a well-edited video of no more than 2 minutes. All cases should have a known diagnosis that will be shared at the end of the presentation. At the time of submission, a designated contact person will be identified who will present the case during the event if selected. This presenter should be a fellow, junior doctor, or junior MDS Member.
Accepted cases will be considered for publication in the Movement Disorders: Clinical Practice online and standard journal issue. Accepted submissions will be subject to an individual, standard peer-review process.
The AOPMC Video Tournament Committee will randomly select geographically diverse teams based on submissions. Each country is encouraged to nominate at least three participants to participate and participants should be trainees or junior faculty younger than 35 or within 3 years of a consultant appointment.
All competitors will receive an MDS Certificate of Participation.
Video Case Format Requirements:
You must follow these guidelines for submission.
- Please note that previously published cases and cases submitted as abstracts for the 8th AOPMC will not be accepted.
- Use the provided template for the PowerPoint presentation.
- Presentations should be no more than 7 minutes in length and must have a known diagnosis, which is to be explained at the end of the presentation. The goal is not to share the diagnosis with the audience until the end of the presentation.
- Slides must include:
- Introduction slide, for reviewer only: Summary of the case and why it is unique or of interest
- One title slide: title of case (do not use the diagnosis in the title of the case), your full name and name of institution and country
- History/brief summary of case: two slides maximum
- Video clip: up to two minutes maximum; 1 minute follow-up video if appropriate to case
- Summary of phenomenology and clinical features not shown on video: 1 slide
- Investigations slide: 1 slide maximum
- Discussion with take home message: 1 slide maximum
Deadline: December 15, 11:59 pm (CST).
Late submissions will not be accepted. Selected case presenters will be notified in mid-January 2023.
Any questions regarding the Video Tournament may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.