2022 Clinical Update Symposium

Fracture Liaison Services (FLS): optimizing secondary fracture prevention

HYBRID SYMPOSIUM

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 on January 22, 2022 at the Area 42, in Brussels.
Because of the success of last year’s virtual edition, we have opted for a hybrid format of the symposium. You will therefore have the possibility to attend either physically or virtually.

Physical Event

Change of location !
Date: January 22, 2022
Venue: Area 42, Rue des Palais 46, 1030 Brussels

INAMI/RIZIV Accredition in process

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

Virtual platform: All connection details, practical information and access codes will be sent in due time to all duly registered participant who chose the Virtual Event (around 1 week prior to the event)

INAMI/RIZIV Accredition in process

Awards

THE BBC BEST CLINICAL PAPER OF THE YEAR 2021

Dear Colleagues,

We have the privilege to let you know that, the Belgian Bone Club will allocate, this year, a grant of 1.000 € to the Best Clinical Paper of the year 2021.

Applications should reach the Belgian Bone Club office (spees@uliege.be), not later than November 14, 2021 and should include:

  • A short CV summary of the applicant (one A4 page),
  • A PDF of the publication or the manuscript with the proof of its acceptance, provided by the Journal where it was submitted, published or accepted between November 2020 and November 2021.

The recipient will be awarded during the Annual “Clinical Update Symposium” of the Belgian Bone Club, which will take place on the 22nd of January 2022. She/He will need to be present at this event to give a five-minute talk presenting her/his publication.

Applicants should be no older than 40 years on 1st of January 2022 and should not have been awarded for the same prize in the last 3 years. Moreover, applicants have to be a BBC member who is up-to-date with his/her membership fees and has his/her activity in Belgium.

On behalf of the Belgian Bone Club Board, I look forward to receiving a large number of applications.

Very best regards,

Olivier BRUYÈRE
General Secretary

THE BBC BEST PRECLINICAL (BASIC RESEARCH) PAPER

Dear Colleagues,

We have the privilege to let you know that, the Belgian Bone Club will allocate, this year, a grant of 1.000 € to the Best Basic Research Paper of the year 2021.

Applications should reach the Belgian Bone Club office (spees@uliege.be), not later than November 14, 2021 and should include:

  • A short CV summary of the applicant (one A4 page),
  • A PDF of the publication or the manuscript with the proof of its acceptance, provided by the Journal where it was submitted, published or accepted between November 2020 and November 2021.

The recipient will be awarded during the Annual “Clinical Update Symposium” of the Belgian Bone Club, which will take place on the 22nd of January 2022. She/He will need to be present at this event to give a five-minute talk presenting her/his publication.

Applicants should be no older than 40 years on 1st of January 2022 and should not have been awarded for the same prize in the last 3 years. Moreover, applicants have to be a BBC member who is up-to-date with his/her membership fees and has his/her activity in Belgium.

On behalf of the Belgian Bone Club Board, I look forward to receiving a large number of applications.

Very best regards,

Olivier BRUYÈRE
General Secretary

THE BBC BEST PROJECT

Dear Colleagues,

We have the privilege to let you know that, the Belgian Bone Club will allocate, this year, a grant of 1.000 € to the Best Project of the year 2021.

Applications should reach the Belgian Bone Club office (spees@uliege.be), not later than November 14, 2021 and should include:

  • A short CV summary of the applicant (one A4 page),
  • A brief description of the project (maximum two A4 pages),
  • A short description of the facilities where the project will be managed.

The recipient will be awarded during the Annual “Clinical Update Symposium” of the Belgian Bone Club, which will take place on the 22nd of January 2022. She/He will need to be present at this event to give a five-minute talk presenting her/his publication.

Applicants should be no older than 40 years on 1st of January 2022 and should not have been awarded for the same prize in the last 3 years. Moreover, applicants have to be a BBC member who is up-to-date with his/her membership fees and has his/her activity in Belgium.

On behalf of the Belgian Bone Club Board, I look forward to receiving a large number of applications.

Very best regards,

Olivier BRUYÈRE
General Secretary