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From A Distance: The Endocrine Society’s Newest Perspective Statement on Telehealth Encourages Individualized Care

october 2022 cover This month, The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism is publishing “Appropriate Use of Telehealth Visits in Endocrinology: Perspective Statement of the Endocrine Society.” Since this new modality is here to stay, Endocrine News talks to the authors about which patients are better candidates for telehealth than others, why endocrinology seems tailor-made for this new...
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School of Thought: Getting an Academic Job

Academic medicine can be a very appealing option for early-career endocrinologists, whether a basic scientist or a clinician. Endocrine News spoke to experts about steps you need to take to secure your own spot in the halls of academia. For early-career endocrinologists or medical students who want to pursue positions in academic medicine, the key...
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Gender Bias: Are Women Taking Over Endocrinology?

female endo A new study shows that endocrinology will become a female-dominant specialty in a few short years. Rather than reflecting heightened interest among women, it actually shows that men are choosing other options. What does this mean for the future of endocrinology? The top study listed on the cover of the January issue of The Journal...
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Peer Review

Without referrals, many endocrinology practices simply would not exist. Knowing the ins and outs of navigating the referral landscape is vital to ensuring your own practice’s successful future. Referrals from other physicians play an important part in the successful endocrinology practice. From patient recruitment through quality control, and even as a measure of prestige, they...