2022 Clinical Update Symposium

Fracture Liaison Services (FLS): optimizing secondary fracture prevention


Organized by the BBC board
Moderator: Evelien Gielen (UZ Leuven) & Bruno Lapauw (Ghent University Hospital)

The Belgian Bone Club was delighted to invite you to its 2022 BBC Clinical Update Symposium which took 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.

Physical Event

The on-site event canceled.

Virtual Event

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 (until the end of July 2022)

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)
You can easily request your credentials on the e-congress platform, with the email address used for your registration.

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 was only be accessible on January 22, 2022)


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Categories Early registration
Until December 31, 2021
From January 1
To January 21, 2022
From January 22, 2022
Regular Registration
75,00€ 100,00€ 150,00€
Member of the BBC
(new membership applications should be sent no later than November 30, 2021 to benefit from the member’s rate)
Free 25,00 € 150,00€


a) Individual Name Changes (Substitution of Registration)
An administrative fee of 20 euros will be charged for a name change. Written permission from the original participant will be required, along with full contact details of the substitution.

b) Individual Cancellation & Refund Policies
Notification of cancellation and refund requests must be submitted in writing by e-mail to the Clinical Symposium Organizer.
More than 6 weeks before the Clinical Symposium, 50% of the registration rate will be reimbursed.

For cancellations received less than 6 weeks before the Clinical Symposium, no refund will be given.

The impossibility to present a Covid Safe Ticket (CST) to participate to the event (if required), will not be considered as a valid reason to cancel the participation.

All reimbursement will occur after the Clinical Symposium.

c) Cancellation or Modification of the Clinical Symposium due to Force Majeure
In case of force majeure, the Clinical Symposium organizer have the right to alter or cancel the Clinical Symposium without prior notice, however a notice of the occurrence shall be given by the Organizer as soon as reasonably possible.

Force majeure shall mean any circumstance beyond the reasonable control of the Organizer which prevents or impedes the holding of the Clinical Symposium, including, but not limited to, government action, war or hostilities, riot or civil commotion, plague or other epidemic such as SARS, bird flu, etc., earthquake, flood, hurricane, cyclone, fire or other natural physical disaster, explosion, accident or breakdown, strike, lack of the usual means of transportation or terrorism or due to events which are not attributable to wrongful intent or gross negligence of the Organizer.

The Organizer shall not be liable for any direct or indirect, incidental or consequential damages, losses, expenditures or any other inconveniences or costs caused by such modification or cancellation of the Clinical Symposium.

Furthermore, registration fees will not be reimbursed by the Organizer.