About the Cushing’s Hub Competition

The popularity of the existing Interactive Clinical Case series on Cushing’s Hub has led to the establishment of the Cushing’s Hub Competition, first launched in 2022.

This initiative gives clinicians, at any stage of their career, an opportunity to share their experience by submitting a clinical scenario on any aspect of Cushing’s syndrome, including the management of co-morbidities. 

This year, while any clinical scenario is welcome, submissions that focus on interesting presentations of mild-to-severe hypercortisolaemia, or long-term disease outcomes (including health-related quality of life) are particularly encouraged

At the first stage, entrants are invited to give a brief overview of why their idea for a clinical scenario would be of interest to a wider audience and what they feel the physician community may learn from it.

After evaluation by the Editorial Board, the winning entry will then be developed into a learning module, with full writing, studio, and animation support from the Springer Healthcare team. The successful entrant will participate fully in this process, including the production of a short introductory video (‘piece to camera’) for the final online module.

If you feel that you would like to share your knowledge and experience with a wider audience, please fill out the form below.

The competition starts on Rare Disease Day, 28 February 2023 and will run through to 15 May 2023. The winner will be notified in June 2023.

To enter click here.

Complete this form to enter the competition

The Cushing’s Hub Competition is an exciting initiative offering clinicians an opportunity to share their knowledge and experience of a rare and complex disease with colleagues worldwide.

Please complete the form below to enter. * Required field
  • Please provide a didactic overview of your clinical scenario. Maximum 800 characters including spaces.
  • Disclaimer: Please note that, for reasons of patient confidentiality and GDPR, strong correlates with real-life clinical cases should be avoided, and that breach of this requirement may lead to disqualification.
  • Please describe the potential learning outcomes. Tell us why your clinical scenario would be of interest to a wider audience and what you feel the clinical community may learn from it. Maximum 800 characters including spaces.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.