Society Updates

HHN Joins Forces with Menopause the Musical®

For women going through the “change of life,” managing menopausal symptoms is no laughing matter: A recent national survey by the Hormone Health Network found that 72 percent of women experiencing troublesome symptoms have not received treatment, and another 60 percent are not discussing treatment options with their doctor. To help bridge this conversation gap, the Network teamed up with Menopause the Musical®, a light-hearted look at four women coping with their menopausal symptoms, at the Warner Theater in August to introduce the Menopause Map to its Washington, D.C., audience. Attendees had the opportunity to complete the online, interactive Map on-site, and received the Networks’ patient fact sheets on menopause.

Third Annual Endocrine Summit in India

On September 30, The Endocrine Society will present the third Annual Endocrine Summit in India. This program, held in Mumbai, will bring together more than 200 of India’s endocrinologists for an interactive platform that provides a comprehensive review of best practices and evidence-based strategies in the field of endocrinology. Attendees will gain insight into the evaluation and management of patients with endocrine disorders and diseases. Presented by world-renowned faculty, the 2012 program will include female reproduction and pituitary, thyroid, and adrenal disorders. The faculty is comprised of Past President Janet Hall, M.D., past Annual Meeting Steering Committee Chair Lynnette Nieman, M.D., David Cooper, M.D., and David Clemmons, M.D.

FLARE Ignites Careers of Young Professionals

The Endocrine Society is pleased to announce the launch of the Future Leaders Advancing Research in Endocrinology (FLARE) program, which will provide leadership development training to senior graduate students and postdoctoral and clinical fellows from underrepresented communities. The FLARE program is funded by a grant from the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases. More information can be found at

Endocrine Education in Your Backyard

The Endocrine Society brings topquality clinical updates to your area with Endocrine Essential Live. This new regional series features two programs designed for both professional endocrinologists and for primary care physicians treating endocrine-related diseases.

Endocrine Essentials Pro, chaired by Lisa Fish, M.D., is designed for endocrinologists and focuses on metabolic bone disease and adrenal disorders.

Endocrine Essentials for Primary Care, chaired by Rocio Pereira, M.D., is a diabetes program for internists, general practitioners, diabetes educators, and other primary care providers.

These programs are scheduled for the following towns and dates: Minneapolis on September 29, Kansas City, Missouri, on October 20, Indianapolis on October 27, and New York City on November 10.

These concurrent half-day programs provide state-of-the-art updates on current practice challenges from expert faculty. More information and registration is available online at

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