Centres of Special Interest
The ESE Centres of Special Interest database primarily provides information on endocrine centres engaged with research, education and healthcare across Europe.
As a centre represented on the Centres of Special Interest database you will receive the following benefits:
- Increased visibility on the European map of Endocrinology, gaining local and/or international recognition
- Increased clinical communication between neighbouring or regional Centers of Special Interest
- The opportunity for the exchange of young career or established endocrinologists, ultimately benefitting improved and/or more standardized clinical care for the patient with complex endocrine disorders.
- The opportunity to join clinical collaborative efforts (eg epidemiological studies, registries, clinical studies) that are being initiated by partners of ESE
- Offering ESE educational events to their staff
- Benefitting from a ‘best practice sharing’ attitude in all matters that are important to an institution.
We invite any centre that fulfills the following criteria to complete an application to be represented on the database:
- The Remit of the Centre of Special Interest should include clinical care, research and education
- The contact person for the Centre of Special Interest should be a member of ESE
- If the Centre of Special Interest contact person and the person responsible for the personnel of the Department/Division/Institution of the relevant Centre of Special Interest are not the same individual, the contact person must provide proof of approval from the Head of the Department/Division/Institution
On receipt of an application, the chairs of the Centres of Special Interest advisory board and the appropriate National Society of the applicant will review the information and provide a response within 30 days.
To input your centre on to this database please visit the sign up page and enter the relevant information.
Please note that participating centres commit themselves, at a minimum, to:
- Including and regularly updating (at least once a year) all information relevant to the Centres of Special Interest
- Assigning one person from within the centre as a key contact with the supervisory board and ESE Office
- Supporting ESE in fulfilling its strategic ambition around membership, educational initiatives and outreach to potential participants for its events.
If a centre has not update their information for 2-years following initial application, the ESE Office reserve the right to remove the centre from the Centres of Special Interest database and map.
If you have any issues with your application please contact ESE on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: The information in this database is submitted by the centres directly, and does not represent endorsement of these centres by ESE.