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Before submitting your case and teaching note please make sure that you have read our submission requirements. Any items submitted that do not meet these requirements will be returned to the author(s) for further work.

**Submissions are now open for Issue 3. Deadline: 21 October 2021.**

Please complete the following details, upload Word files of your case (or cases if you're submitting a case series) and teaching note, and send your submission to us.

Lead / single author

All further correspondence about this submission will be via email to this author.
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Case details

Case title:
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Select the main subject category covered by your case:
Date of completion:
We suggest around 200 words for your abstract

Teaching tests

All cases that are successful in being selected must have been taught at least twice by the time of publication. Please give details below of when your case has been, or will be, taught.

Teaching test 1

Course title:
Institution taught at:
Taught by (educator's name):
Date taught:
Number of students:

Teaching test 2

Course title:
Institution taught at:
Taught by (educator's name):
Date taught:
Number of students:

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Submission requirements

By submitting to the Case Focus journal I confirm that all authors agree to the terms and conditions (www.thecasecentre.org/CaseFocusTerms) and that the case:
  • has not been published, and is not under consideration for publication elsewhere
  • is released by the featured organisation, if applicable
  • will have been tested at least twice in the classroom before publication (should it be successful)
  • was completed no more than three years before the date of submission
  • is in English
  • has an accompanying teaching note
  • is a maximum of 7,500 words excluding exhibits, appendices and references

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