Every year, the Endocrine Society holds Clinical Endocrinology Update (CEU) which brings together hundreds of endocrine clinicians for a unique learning experience and opportunities to network with expert faculty and colleagues. This year, CEU was held in Miami, Florida and Seattle, Washington to allow us to better serve the endocrine community by exploring the newest breakthroughs and changes in our field.
Renowned faculty from around the world presented a comprehensive, in-depth endocrine program focused on the latest updates in the diagnosis and treatment of endocrine conditions, giving attendees the opportunity to apply their knowledge to real-life scenarios. Sessions included Meet-the-Professor, debates, and panel discussions. CEU’s smaller, more intimate setting means you will have the opportunity to work alongside and network with colleagues and experts in the field. Please click the meeting links below for program and credit information.
After the success of last year’s special issue to promote and highlight the Endocrine Society’s Clinical Endocrinology Update (CEU) program, we decided to make it an annual tradition. If you’re not convinced at what all the CEU programs have to offer, just start flipping through this issue; we’ve not only included a few selected highlights from the sessions, but we’ve also included highlights of the destinations, as well as Q&As with the committee chairs of both CEU programs, Marc-Andre Cornier, MD and the Endocrine Board Review Steering Committee chair, Serge Jabbour MD. With so many great sessions and faculty, it was truly difficult to pick which ones to highlight, here are just a few:
Endocrine Board Review (EBR) 2019 took place in Seattle September 17 and 18. EBR is the premier case-based course providing subject matter for review for endocrine fellows planning to take the 2019 endocrine board exam. EBR is also a comprehensive tool for practicing physicians preparing to re-certify or those seeking an intensive knowledge assessment. This mock exam program prepares you with rapid-fire questions emulating the format and subject matter of the ABIM Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism Certification Examination. Learn more.
CEU 2019 Supporters
The Endocrine Society would like to thank the following for their support:
Merck & Co.
CEU Steering Committee
The Clinical Endocrinology Update Steering Committee is comprised of Endocrine Society members who are clinicians and clinical researchers. Together, their expertise covers the spectrum of endocrine diseases and disorders.