2022 Clinical Update Symposium
Fracture Liaison Services (FLS): optimizing secondary fracture prevention
Organized by the BBC board
Moderator: Evelien Gielen (UZ Leuven) & Jean-Jacques Body (CHU Brugman)
The Belgian Bone Club is delighted to invite you to its 2022 BBC Clinical Update Symposium which will take place virtually on January 22, 2022.
As you must be aware, the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic is still strongly present in our daily lives and an important surge in the number of cases in Belgium has forced the Organizing Committee to opt for a fully virtual Symposium.
The on-site event is canceled. All registered participants will receive their credentials to participate virtually to the symposium.
Live broadcasting of the sessions & live Q&A with the on-site speakers on January 22, 2022
Access to the recordings after the event, for a duration of 6 months
Virtual platform: All connection details, practical information and access codes will be sent in due time to all duly registered participant (around 1 week prior to the event)
INAMI/RIZIV Accredition: 3 credit points
To be credited, you will have to fill in an online form available on the virtual platform (this form will only be accessible after the last session, until the end of the day)
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Abstracts submissions are now closed
Opening for the abstract submission: October 1st, 2021
Deadline for abstract submission: December 15th, 2021
Only BBC Members are allowed to submit abstract(s). You can subscribe to membership through the following link: http://www.bbcbonehealth.org/become-member
Notification of selected abstracts will be sent at the beginning of January 2022
At least the presenting author will be required to participate to the event.
- Poster format:
- Poster format: A0 format (841 mmx1189 mm), Format PDF
- Submission through an online form
- Pre-recorded presentation, available during 6 months on the virtual platform