Did you enjoy our last online Poster Club as much as we did? Join us for our first Adult and Paediatric Case-based Conference Poster Club on Twitter, where you can network with your peers and discuss the latest research and innovation.
We're delighted to launch this as a way of showcasing a selection of the excellent case reports submitted to the Adult and Paediatric Case-based Conference. The Poster Club encourages interaction from anyone interested in taking part and gives you the opportunity to ask questions, share knowledge and network online. Participating is easy; you don’t need to be a social media expert to get involved.
1 December 19:00-20:00 – Epidemic rheumatology
EP10 Hyperinflammatory syndrome in a patient with rheumatoid arthritis and COVID-19
EP13 A case of Canadian albicans septic sacroiliitis complicating severe COVID-19 infection
8 December 19:00-20:00 – Sjögren's and sarcoid
EP18 Testicular sarcoidosis: a challenging diagnosis
EP35 Cryoglobulinaemic vasculitis: an uncommon complication of Sjögren's syndrome
How does it work?
Two conference case reports are selected each week for discussion. The case reports are available through the Rheumatology Advances in Practice supplement book. A date and time for discussion is publicised on social media and through our website. Follow @RheumatologyUK and #CBC20 on Twitter for all the latest information.
What if I’ve never used Twitter before?
Twitter is a micro-blogging site that allows users to post anything and everything in 280 characters or less. If you are interested in what someone is saying you can ‘follow’ them for regular updates, which will then fill up your ‘timeline’. If you don’t have a Twitter account, it’s quick and simple to make one. Simply visit www.twitter.com and click ‘Sign Up’. From here you can create your account.
How can I join in?
Participating is really simple! All you need is a Twitter account. Log in at the specified date and time, search for #CBC20 to see what others are saying and join in by sharing your own comments. Don’t forget to add the hashtag #CBC20 to the end of your tweets so that others can see what you say.