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THIRD ANNOUNCEMENT CALL FOR REGISTRATIONS CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
SECOND ASIA-PACIFIC REGIONAL EXPERT MEETING ON THE PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT OF FRAGILITY FRACTURES
24-25th October 2020
The virtual meeting is fast approaching! Do not miss the chance to learn and interact with key opinion leaders in the region, as we focus on how to implement the recommendations of the Call to Action. Join us as we explore issues surrounding fragility fractures in the elderly patient, including the lessons that have been learned about setting up national FFNs and achieving healthcare policy change.
As previously mentioned, registration is free and includes automatic membership of the global FFN, which is also free and carries no obligations. This will give you access to the resources of the Members’ Area of http://www.fragilityfracturenetwork.org
and result in you receiving newsletters and other communications from FFN, but from nobody else.
Please register your intention to attend this meeting at https://ffnregionalmeetings.online-event.co/registration/scimentum-fragility-fracture-network-3
where you will create a password to gain entry to the meeting.
Submission of abstracts
The closing date for abstract submission is 5th October.
The virtual meeting centre includes a Poster Room, which can be visited at any time. Successful abstracts will be printed in the programme pdf; details of authors will be displayed, including email addresses, enabling questions and follow-up from interested colleagues. The deadline for uploading posters of the accepted abstracts is 14th October.
All posters will be archived in the website of FFN-Malaysia and can be quoted as an internet publication.
Please submit your abstract by email to REMKualaLumpur@ff-network.org
as a single A4 page with print size no less than 10-point, giving aims, methods, results, discussion and conclusion. If you are successful, you will be invited to submit your poster as a single page or as a maximum of five slides.
The abstracts will be assessed by the Programme Committee: