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Diabetes Professional Connect 2018

The Endocrine Society is a global community of more than 18,000 members energized by the promise of unravelling the mysteries of hormone disorders to care for patients and cure disease. We envision a world in which advances in endocrine science, education, and care promote optimal health and well-being.

2018 Diabetes Connect Professional is designed to provide you with educational resources to allow you to provide the best care to your patients.


Please view the Worldwide Endocrinology Calendar to see a listing of educational meetings around the world.

Endocrine Board Review and Clinical Endocrinology Update (EBR/CEU)

Dates: September 4-8, 2018
Location: Miami, Florida, United States
Sponsor: Endocrine Society

ENDO 2019

Dates: March 23-26, 2019
Location: New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Sponsor: Endocrine Society
ENDO is the world’s largest event for presenting and obtaining the latest in endocrine science and medicine with an extensive program featuring cutting-edge science, poster sessions, Meet-the-Professor sessions, the newest products and technologies at ENDOExpo, and more.

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Our publications promote the essential and integrative role of endocrinology in public health, medical research, and health care delivery by providing invaluable resources for professionals in hormone science and medicine. Our publication program includes:


Our peer-reviewed journals feature noteworthy discoveries and important scientific advances that shape the future of hormone health. Take advantage of opportunities to publish your research in our journals or submit an abstract for ENDO 2019. Electronic Table of Contents (eToc) alerts and the Endocrine Legacy online journal archive make it easy to access content from our journals portfolio.

Endocrinology is the premier basic science journal of the Endocrine Society, publishing basic and translational research at molecular, biochemical, cellular, genomic, comparative, and organismal levels.

Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism (JCEM) is the most cited journal in its field, publishing clinical research and practice information in the pathophysiology, diagnosis, and treatment of endocrine and metabolic disorders.

Journal of the Endocrine Society (JES) is an open access publication, provides rapid peer review and publication of research and other contributions that advance basic science, clinical science, and clinical practice in endocrinology.

Endocrine Reviews publishes on clinical and research topics in diabetes, endocrinology, and metabolism, also including thyroid disorders, pediatric endocrinology, growth factors, and reproductive medicine. Endocrine Society members are eligible for discounted subscription.

A Selection of Recent Articles on Diabetes:

Endocrine News

Endocrine News, our monthly magazine, informs and engages the global endocrine community by delivering timely, accurate, and trusted content covering the practice, research, and profession of endocrinology. Read Diabetes Treatment News and Research Articles.

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Clinical Practice Guidelines from the Endocrine Society

We are dedicated to providing the field of endocrinology with timely, evidence-based recommendations for clinical care and practice. We continually create new guidelines and update existing guidelines to reflect the changing clinical science and meet the needs of practicing physicians. Learn more about our Methodology and our Mobile App, with recommendations and related point of care tools.

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Our Center for Learning provides a wealth of educational training and resources offered in a wide array of formats to meet your schedule and learning preferences. Opportunities cover all areas of endocrinology, diabetes, and metabolism.

Endocrine Self-Assessment Program (ESAP™) 2018

Go beyond certification and provide the best in diabetes patient care with the Endocrine Self-Assessment Program. ESAP™ covers a wide range of topics in endocrinology, diabetes, and metabolism. Learn how to care for patients with diabetes and how it impacts other endocrine diseases. Purchase either the adult or pediatric edition. Assess your knowledge with 120 new case-based clinical vignettes and earn 40 CME and MOC points.

ESAP features:

  • Peer comparisons
  • Detailed performance reports
  • Lab values in conventional and SI units
  • Session Recordings

    Access more than 200 hours of clinical and translational videos and recordings from ENDO 2018 on demand from your computer, tablet, phone or downloadable mp3. Now earn up to 150 CME credits.

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    Additional Resources

    Our Diabetes Topic page collects a host of valuable resources.

    Facts and Figures
    Endocrine Facts and Figures is a compendium of epidemiological data and trends related to a spectrum of endocrine diseases. The diabetes chapter covers the most common types of diabetes and related conditions including prediabetes, diabetes mellitus types 1 and 2, diabetes in pregnancy (including gestational diabetes), complications of diabetes and monogenic diabetes.

    Hormone Health Network Patient Education
    The Hormone Health Network helps patients and providers have more informed discussions about hormones and health. The free, online resources come from the most advanced clinical and scientific expertise in endocrinology.

    Accurate Insulin Decisions
    The Accurate Insulin Decisions (AID) program offers decision support tools and educational resources on mealtime insulin to help people with diabetes better manage their disease.

    Transitions of Care
    Transitioning from a pediatric to an adult provider can be a challenge for all members of the care team. Transitions toolkits have been developed for a variety of endocrine conditions to help ease this transition. Take advantage of these toolkits to help your patients transition from pediatric to adult care.

    From open positions in your field to career tips and tools, EndoCareers is a hub of information for job seekers and employers.

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