Collective Intellect Clinical Case Discussion Platform (CICCDP)
The APCO Collective Intellect Clinical Case Discussion Platform (CICCDP) aims to create a platform for doctors across the Asia Pacific to share clinical cases in metabolic bone disease that are challenging and for which they would like to seek management input. The platform is structured around real patient cases (deidentified) that practitioners present, and an expert panel (2-3 panelists per session) will provide input based on evidence-based best practices and treatment protocols. CICCDP currently is targeted primarily at healthcare professionals such as endocrinologists, rheumatologists, etc. who deal with patients with metabolic bone disorders.
Through CICCDP we hope to generate a community of care providers who are exposed to a variety of metabolic bone disorders, and equipped with the knowledge on providing the right care.
APCO CICCDP Core Committee
Prof Manju Chandran
Prof Manju Chandran is a Senior Consultant Endocrinologist and Director of the Osteoporosis and Bone Metabolism Unit, at Singapore General Hospital, Singapore, and a Clinical Professor at DUKE NUS Medical School, Singapore. She is the current Chairperson of the Asia Pacific Consortium on Osteoporosis (APCO). She is a Past President of the Endocrine and Metabolic Society of Singapore (EMSS) and a Past Chairperson of the Chapter of Endocrinologists, College of Physicians Singapore, and has won numerous international awards including the IOF Olof Johnell Science award 2021 and the ISCD International Clinician of the Year award 2023.
Prof Ambrish Mithal
Prof Ambrish Mithal is an Endocrinologist and the Chairman and Head of Endocrinology and Diabetes at Max Healthcare, Saket, New Delhi, India. Before that, he was Chairman, Division of Endocrinology and Diabetes, at Medanta the Medicity from 2009 to 2019. He was honored by the Government of India in 2015 with Padma Bhushan, the third highest Indian civilian award, for his outstanding contribution to the field of medicine. He has also won numerous international awards such as the Laureate Award 2021 and the International Osteoporosis Foundation - President’s Award 2016.
Prof Peter Ebeling
Prof Peter Ebeling, AO, is Head of the Department of Medicine in the School of Clinical Sciences at Monash Health, Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences. He is a past president of the American Society of Bone Mineral Research (ASBMR). He is a winner of the prestigious Boy Frame Award by ASBMR in 2019 and the International Osteoporosis Foundation - President’s Award in 2014. In 2015, was made an Officer of the General Division of the Order of Australia (AO) for distinguished service in the field of bone health.
Prof Sanjay Kumar Bhadada
Prof Sanjay Kumar Bhadada is a Professor in the Department of Endocrinology, PGIMER, Chandigarh, India the premier medical institute of the country, known for its research and patient care worldwide. He is the current President of the Endocrine Society of India (ESI) and the former secretary of the Indian Society of Bone Mineral Research. He is the winner of the Endocrine Society’s prestigious 2024 Outstanding Mentor Award and has also won the Dr. Anil R. Sheth award at Endocrine Society of India (ESICON) in 2022.
APCO CICCDP Expert Panel
The APCO CICCDP Expert Panel will be chosen for their clinical expertise across a wide spectrum of Metabolic Bone Disorders. They are in current clinical practices of their own and therefore have knowledge of and access to currently available laboratory tests and resources. These esteemed members have successfully straddled both research and clinical realms, and are extensively published. In addition, their prior experience in serving as expert panelists on similar case discussion forums forms a critical criterion for their selection to the panel.
Interested clinicians can register on the CICCDP platform using the form provided on the right of this webpage. You will receive an email from the APCO Project Manager upon your successful registration. Registered clinicians can proceed to send their patient case studies via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. It is the responsibility of the presenting clinicians to ensure all relevant consent has been obtained.
Information about the CICCDP sessions
CICCDP sessions will be held on the last Monday of each odd-numbered month virtually on a Webinar style on Zoom. Each session will be 1.5 hours.
|5 to 3 weeks before the next CICCDP session date||Interested clinicians who have registered on the CICCDP platform should send in their deidentified case (summarised in 1-2 paragraphs in Word format) to the APCO Project Manager via email to email@example.com.|
|3 to 2 weeks before the next CICCDP session date||APCO CICCDP Core Committee will shortlist and select 2 case studies for discussion during the upcoming session.|
|2 weeks before the next CICCDP session date||Participants whose case study has been selected will be notified and be given time to prepare the presentation.|
|1 week before the next CICCDP session date||Presentations are to be submitted to the APCO Project Manager.|
|CICCDP session day||The Zoom platform will be set up 30mins prior to the webinar. The session will be recorded.|
|Post CICCDP session||The webinar recording will be uploaded on the APCO website. Only registered participants will be notified of the password to access the recordings.|
CICCDP Bulletin Board
29 Nov 2023
CICCDP has just been launched. To learn more about the announcement click here.
29 Nov 2023
The upcoming CICCDP session will be held on 29 January 2024. To register fill the form below.
30 Nov 2023
CICCDP is currently accepting deidentified clinical cases in metabolic bone disease. Submit your case by 5 January 2024.
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CICCDP Session Recordings
Click here to access the videos of past CICCDP sessions. The page is password protected. Only registered participants will be notified of the password to access the recordings.