Advancing Endocrinology and Public Health

Our community of endocrine scientists and clinicians are dedicated to solving some of the most pressing public health issues of our time such as diabetes, obesity, osteoporosis, thyroid disorders, and infertility. We promote breakthroughs in endocrine science and patient care through our education, research and advocacy efforts, which include:

In Endocrine News

Inside Addition: Managing Diabetes in a Community Hospital Setting

Two recent papers touted the benefits of having an endocrine hospitalist-led Inpatient Diabetes Management Service (IDMS) in a community hospital setting to reduce the rates of both hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia, length of stay, and even hospital costs. Endocrine News gets a firsthand look at a community hospital’s use of an IDMS from both endocrinologists and a patient who experienced the service after a diabetes diagnosis.

Two recent papers touted the benefits of having an endocrine hospitalist-led Inpatient Diabetes Management Service (IDMS) in a community hospital setting to reduce the rates of both hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia, length of stay, and even hospital costs. Endocrine News gets a firsthand look at a community hospital’s use of an IDMS from both endocrinologists and a patient who experienced the service after a diabetes diagnosis.

In Endocrine News

ENDO 2021 Sessions Examined How Comorbidities Affected COVID-19 Patient Outcomes

Research
Attendees saw for themselves that endocrine science was once again at the forefront of creating a better understanding of COVID-19; myriad groups of scientists presented their topical research on the biggest endocrine challenges related to the pandemic. Researchers examined the implications of COVID-19 infection for individuals with certain comorbidities, including obesity, hyperglycemia, adrenal insufficiency, and vitamin D deficiency.

Attendees saw for themselves that endocrine science was once again at the forefront of creating a better understanding of COVID-19; myriad groups of scientists presented their topical research on the biggest endocrine challenges related to the pandemic. Researchers examined the implications of COVID-19 infection for individuals with certain comorbidities, including obesity, hyperglycemia, adrenal insufficiency, and vitamin D deficiency.

We imagine a world in which advances in endocrine science, education, and care promote optimal health and well-being. In this future:

  • Interdisciplinary teams accelerate and translate scientific discoveries to prevent and cure endocrine disorders.
  • Technology increases the pace of scientific discovery.
  • Providers and patients actively influence healthcare policy.
  • Global collaborations, innovations in therapies and care models, and new technologies expand access to care and eliminate health disparities.
  • Endocrine researchers and clinicians are sought after sources of reliable information for patients, policymakers, and the media.
  • The best and brightest actively seek careers in endocrine research and practice.

To realize these dreams we must harness the power of everyone and apply it everywhere, by embracing inclusiveness and fostering respectful interactions throughout our diverse and global community.

CEU 2021

CEU 2021 Claiming Credits

Evaluations are now open. Visit the CEU 2021 landing page to learn how you can claim credits and certificate of participation. Evaluations must be completed by December 31, 2021 to receive credit.

Evaluations are now open. Visit the CEU 2021 landing page to learn how you can claim credits and certificate of participation. Evaluations must be completed by December 31, 2021 to receive credit.

Journals

The Best of Endocrine Society Journals 2020

Explore a collection of top articles published in the Endocrine Society journals in 2020, selected on the basis of citations, downloads, and Altmetric score.

Explore a collection of top articles published in the Endocrine Society journals in 2020, selected on the basis of citations, downloads, and Altmetric score.

Employment at the Society

Join Our Team

If you share our passion for public health and scientific discovery, the Society is the right place for you. We are striving to make your work experience challenging, enjoyable, and rewarding.
Employment at the Society

Join Our Team

If you share our passion for public health and scientific discovery, the Society is the right place for you. We are striving to make your work experience challenging, enjoyable, and rewarding.

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