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The CMC is calling for any abstracts related to musculoskeletal clinical or basic science including case studies and case series. All abstracts will be peer reviewed and notice on acceptance will be provided by September 26th, 2016.

Guidelines and Submission Information:

**All submissions must adhere strictly to guidelines below or abstract may not be reviewed**

Please have all abstracts submitted to:

Deadline for abstracts: EXTENDED to September 20th, 11:59 PM Eastern Standard Time.

Subject line to include: CMC Abstract – [Author Last, First Name] – [Young Investigator / General]

Please specify if you are a young investigator or not in your subject line. A young investigator = Master's and PhD students, undergraduates, residents, fellows and faculty within 3 years of their appointment.

Maximum 2500 characters, 1 table and 1 figure maximum.

Include abstract title, list of authors, author affiliations, primary contact and presenting author information on first page.

Please attach all abstracts, figures, and tables as one single word document formatted the same way as the subject line of the email.

CMC Young Investigator Training Day: Oral Presentations and Award

The theme this year is:Musculoskeletal Imaging.

As part of the general call for abstracts, 3 trainee abstracts will be selected to present as oral presentations during the CMC Young Investigators’ Training Day. 

The highest-ranked trainee abstract will receive a Canadian Musculoskeletal Conference (CMC) - Osteoporosis Canada (OC) Award for Best Young Investigator (YI) Abstract, $500, and will be featured on Osteoporosis Canada's website (


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