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We are the world’s oldest and largest organization of scientists devoted to:
Advancing hormone research
Delivering excellence in the clinical practice of endocrinology
Broadening the understanding of the critical role hormones play in health
Advocating on behalf of the global endocrinology community
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We are recognized as a trusted content provider with a long-standing reputation for delivering high-quality content that ensures your message informs and educates professionals, patients, and consumers alike. The resources and educational materials we create help clinicians and researchers accelerate the pace of scientific discovery and translate the latest science into quality clinical care.
With more than 18,000 members in 122 countries, we represent the global, endocrinology community that works to solve the most pressing health problems of our time, from diabetes and obesity to infertility and hormone-related cancers. We also consider patients and consumers to be a critical constituency for empowering individual self-care and family health maintenance in concert with professional care providers. A rich body of patient education and consumer content highlights up-to-date clinical research and treatments through the patient website, Hormone Health Network.
Whether you require clinical content, CME materials, patient education resources or other custom content, the Endocrine Society has a variety of resources available to license that help clinicians and researchers accelerate the pace of scientific discovery and translate the latest science into quality clinical care. For global accessibility, SI units are used in our books and clinical practice guidelines.
Journals—Our top-ranked peer-reviewed journals are among the first to publish major developments and discovery milestones, advancing scientific discoveries that improve human health worldwide. We work with Oxford University Press to license journal local editions and translations. Clients can select articles of interest to a specific market and distribute issues in English or the local language. Contact email@example.com.
Clinical Practice Guidelines – We are dedicated to providing the field of endocrinology with timely, evidence-based recommendations for clinical care and practice. We continually publish new guidelines and update existing guidelines to reflect the changing clinical science and better meet the needs of practicing physicians and healthcare professionals. Individual guidelines and compilations are available for licensing.
Books and e-Books—Our premier educational publications enable endocrinologists a way to enhance their knowledge online and offline and improve patient care. The Endocrine Self-Assessment Program (ESAP™) and Meet-the-Professor books, among other tools, allow clients to assess their knowledge of all aspects of endocrinology. Custom compilations are available for licensing.
Meetings Audio and Video—Session Recordings are compilations of digital audio recordings and synchronized slides from our world-class meetings available on-demand via computer, tablet, phone, or downloadable media files. Compilations by therapeutic area are also available.
Podcasts—Endocrine News Podcasts provide engagement with global experts as they delve into the latest advances in hormone research and clinical care. Custom compilations are available for licensing.
Patient Education and Consumer Health Information—The Endocrine Society's Hormone Health Network is a primary resource for providers and patients offering a variety of content promoting wellness, prevention, and treatment in hormone-related conditions. Custom compilations are available for licensing.
Translations and Other Custom Content Solutions and Packages—Translations or localizations of licensed content are available and provide global audience reach. Contact us to discuss a customized content proposal.
In Episode 9 of the Endocrine News Podcast Ann E. Kearns, associate professor of medicine at the Mayo Clinic, talks about the questions endocrinologists are asked by their patients about osteoporosis.