Explore all the ways we support research and practice - including our recently published scientific statement on research to reduce cardiovascular disease in diabetes, our clinical practice guideline on Diabetes Technology, our thematic issue on diabetes, and our recommendations to Congress to address increases in insulin price increases. Then take action to thank Congress for their support of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Special Diabetes Program (SDP) in the budget deal and continuing resolution and urge them to continue funding for the Special Diabetes Program

We are also taking the lead on a new hypoglycemia prevention initiative. You can read the Hypoglycemia Blueprint we created with other diabetes stakeholders that recommends actions for how the community can affect change.


Education and Meetings

Open education opportunities include CME opportunities at BetaCellsinDiabetes, practice resources at Transitions of Care and @PointofCare, as well as Endocrine Society sessions on:

View all Endocrine Society session recordings on diabetes, check out the Center For Learning for educational and professional development opportunities, and don't forget to register for ENDO 2018!

Patient Resources

An estimated 26 million Americans have diabetes, a disease in which there is too much sugar in the bloodstream. About 7 million of them, however, have not yet been diagnosed with the disease. Talk with your doctor if you have symptoms of diabetes and for more information please visit Hormone.org

Diabetes disproportionately impacts minorities