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Immerse Yourself in the Latest Advances at Our Fall Meetings

Version 2 We are thrilled to deliver the most up-to-date educational content during our Clinical Endocrinology Update (CEU) and Endocrine Board Review (EBR) meetings this fall. A record number of attendees joined us last year for the first-ever virtual CEU and EBR events, with more than 1,100 participants attending CEU 2020 and more than 600 taking part...
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Showcasing Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Version 2 Recognizing our diverse global membership as our strength and an asset has been key to building a professional home for all in the endocrinology community. I’d like to take this opportunity to highlight some of the outstanding initiatives created to continue the vital and innovative work of our members to cultivate and support a more...
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A Cause for Celebration in Unprecedented Times

Hammer_2020 When my predecessor, then-president E. Dale Abel, MD, PhD, made the difficult but wise decision to cancel ENDO 2020, and then passed me the presidential gavel in our virtual Annual Business Meeting in early April 2020, we had no idea that the pandemic was going to consume the entire year and result in a second...
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Fostering Growth for Future Endocrinology Leaders

Hammer_2020 The Endocrine Society has long been a nurturing home for our early-career members to seek training and guidance on how to navigate, sustain, and advance in their careers. While working to fulfill our strategic mission of providing networking opportunities, career development services, and leadership to support scientists and clinicians through every stage of their careers,...
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The Impact of COVID-19 on People with Diabetes

Hammer_2020 November is Diabetes Awareness Month, an important opportunity to raise awareness about the challenges facing the over 30 million Americans living with diabetes. This year’s public awareness campaign of diabetes is even more important given the COVID-19 pandemic. People with diabetes are at increased risk of developing more serious complications from COVID-19. People with type...
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Uniting the Global Endocrine Community

Hammer_2020 It is more important than ever that the healthcare community worldwide unite and work together in an inclusive environment. The Endocrine Society has always welcomed our international members and strived to offer relevant benefits across the globe. I am happy to report on several new initiatives to increase our international cooperation with the goal of...