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Enhance Your Clinical Knowledge: CEU and EBR 2021

Improve your patient care by joining us online for Clinical Endocrinology Update (CEU) 2021 and Endocrine Board Review (EBR) 2021.

Taking place September 10-12, CEU 2021 will provide the most cutting-edge updates in the diagnosis and management of various endocrine conditions. The leading board preparatory course in the field, EBR 2021 provides access to interactive on-demand mock exam sessions as well as corresponding live Q&A sessions September 22-24.

Secure your spot for these meetings by registering today.

  • Newly Designed CPG Mobile App

    The refreshed design for our Clinical Practice Guidelines App puts point-of-care tools at your fingertips like never before. Take advantage of an improved user interface, updated navigation, and new ways for sharing content. Download or update your app today!

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  • Training & Education

    PATH: New Accurate Hormone Testing Module

    As part of our collaboration with the Partnership for the Accurate Testing of Hormones, we have released a new installment in our Accurate Hormone Testing series. Join Christina Wang, MD and Frank Stancyzk, PhD for a discussion on different kinds of hormones and the characteristics of an ideal hormone assay. Register for our entire series and check out this new module today.

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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.

In Endocrine News

Report Shows Plastics Are Pervasive Source of EDCs

Plastics contain and leach hazardous chemicals, including endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCs) that threaten human health. An authoritative new report, Plastics, EDCs, & Health, from the Endocrine Society and the IPEN (International Pollutants Elimination Network), presents a summary of international research on the health impacts of EDCs and describes the alarming health effects of widespread contamination from EDCs in plastics.

Plastics contain and leach hazardous chemicals, including endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCs) that threaten human health. An authoritative new report, Plastics, EDCs, & Health, from the Endocrine Society and the IPEN (International Pollutants Elimination Network), presents a summary of international research on the health impacts of EDCs and describes the alarming health effects of widespread contamination from EDCs in plastics.

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We rely on your voice to advocate for our policy priorities. Join us to show our strength as a community that cares about endocrinology. Contact your U.S representatives or European Members of Parliament through our online platform. Take action and make a difference today.

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Join our endocrine community and become a member! Only members receive access to a variety of member benefits that will enhance your career. If your membership has lapsed, rejoin today so that you can continue to receive your membership benefits.

Join our endocrine community and become a member! Only members receive access to a variety of member benefits that will enhance your career. If your membership has lapsed, rejoin today so that you can continue to receive your membership benefits.

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.

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Read our special collections of Endocrine Society journal articles, curated by topic, Altmetric Attention Scores, and Featured Article designations.

Read our special collections of Endocrine Society journal articles, curated by topic, Altmetric Attention Scores, and Featured Article designations.

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