Immerse Yourself in the Latest Advances at Our Fall Meetings

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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 in EBR 2020. We are looking forward to having another large crowd at this year’s events.

CEU provides the opportunity to learn about the latest advances directly from the endocrinology world’s brightest minds. I always discover something new and am looking forward to updates on the diagnosis and treatment of endocrine conditions at CEU this year.

I am proud of the way the Society has pivoted to provide the field’s leading educational meetings in a virtual format during the COVID-19 pandemic, and we are pleased to facilitate your continued learning without interruption. Whether you are joining us for a basic science or a clinical meeting, the virtual format and expert faculty provide a learning experience that makes it easy — and convenient — to absorb knowledge.

For researchers, we will be offering a fascinating New Frontiers in Basic Science event this fall focused on aging. This year’s theme is focused on technological innovations in research methodologies in the study of aging and age-related disorders. This is such an important area of study as our global population ages. Stay tuned for more details!

For clinicians in our field, CEU provides the opportunity to learn about the latest advances directly from the endocrinology world’s brightest minds. I always discover something new and am looking forward to updates on the diagnosis and treatment of endocrine conditions at CEU this year.

Based on participants’ feedback, we have evolved this year’s CEU program to feature three concurrent sessions, all of which will have ample question and answer periods. Our virtual program will continue to include many Meet the Professor and Master Clinician Sessions, as well as a few debates about controversial topics.

Over three days, CEU 2021 will deliver 27 hours of programming and 36 sessions where you can connect in real-time with leading endocrine experts who can answer your toughest patient management cases. The sessions span seven topical areas, including adrenal, pituitary, and reproductive endocrinology. If you miss a session, the content will be available within 72 hours after being presented, and you will have access to all sessions for the next year and a half.

I am proud of the way the Society has pivoted to provide the field’s leading educational meetings in a virtual format during the COVID-19 pandemic, and we are pleased to facilitate your continued learning without interruption.

For those who are preparing to certify or recertify with the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM), we are offering our virtual case-based EBR course September 22-24. The mock exam format offers a strong overview and emulates the format of the ABIM’s Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism Certification Examination.

EBR includes nine comprehensive topical mock exam presentations covering 220 case-based questions across the spectrum of endocrinology. With this course, you gain access to:

  • EBR 13th Edition book (contains all 220 case-based questions with detailed answer rationale)—available in August so you can start preparing;
  • Interactive mock exam sessions (on-demand)—available in August 18; and
  • Corresponding Q&A sessions with the experts (live).

In addition to the robust education program, both CEU and EBR will feature a virtual exhibit hall where you can interact with top medical and pharmaceutical companies to learn about their products and services. This is your chance to directly ask questions and learn more about the newest products and services to improve your practice.

I hope you will join me online September 10-12 for CEU and September 22-24, 2021, for EBR’s live question and answer period with the faculty. We can’t wait to have you take part in our exciting slate of fall educational events!

 

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