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Case reports

27 June 2023 | Face-to-face event | This event is RCEM accredited for CPD

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+ Venue

This event will take place at Octavia House. View directions to the venue. 

+ Event summary

Event summary

The RCEM Case Reports Study Day includes expert teaching, case report presentations and lively interactive debates and will benefit multi-disciplinary colleagues from Emergency Medicine and other related specialities. Delegates will update their emergency medicine knowledge, learn about the research publication process, and be given practical guidance about how to publish case reports, and other types of research, in international peer reviewed medical journals.

Learning objectives:

  • Be able to understand the importance of case reports
  • Be able to identify a case to publish which will improve practice and so improve clinical outcomes
  • Be able to efficiently write and publish selected case reports

GMC domains:

  • Domain 1 – 7/8/9/11 
  • Domain 2 – 22b 
  • Domain 3 – 35/36/39/49d/50 
  • Domain 4 – 66/68/69 


Please note, the catering provided at this event will be meat-free as part of RCEM’s commitment to achieving carbon neutrality by 2040 or sooner, and as a founding member of the UK Health Alliance for Climate Change. Any dietary requirements that you specified on the registration form when you booked the event will be catered for, please look at for signs about this in the catering space or ask a member of staff if you are unsure.

Please note: Registration for this event will close by Tuesday 20 June but may close earlier if capacity is reached.

+ Programme + Who should attend?

SAS doctors, trainees and nurses and other healthcare professionals who have an interest in publishing case reports

+ Abstract submission

You are invited to send a submission for the ‘Case reports’ study day on Tuesday 27 June 2023. The event will be held at the Royal College of Emergency Medicine, Octavia House, 54 Ayres Street, London, SE1 1EU.

Cases that will score highly are those which have a clear and important clinical teaching point. The highest-ranking submissions will be selected for an oral presentation whilst others will be invited to present a poster.

We would especially like to hear about:

  • Cases with a clear clinical teaching point relevant to a broad range of clinicians
  • Cases that have led to changes in local, national or international clinical practice
  • Typical presentations of common conditions that have been managed very well and have a great teaching point
  • Unusual presentations of common conditions with a great teaching point

Submissions will close on 11 April 2023 at 23:59 BST. Case reports received after this time will not be accepted for judging. All applicants, successful or not, will be notified via email from 25 April 2023.

Please note: Successful applicants will have to attend the event in London on 27 June 2023 in order to present their submission whether orally or via poster.

RCEM is unable to reimburse travel expenses, accommodation or registration fees.

Please click here to submit an abstract.

+ Fees

RCEM Member: £127

RCEM Member nurses/students: £87

Non-member: £201

LMIC RCEM Member: £55

LMIC RCEM Nurse/Student Member: £35

Online registration for this event will close at 09:00 on Monday 6 June.

+ Contact us

If you have any questions about this event, please get in touch with us by emailing or calling 020 3931 0700.

+ Terms and conditions

Please read our terms and conditions in their entirety before making your booking.

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