Information for Endocrine Professionals
NATIONAL ENDOCRINE SOCIETIES & NETWORKS
ESE has a close relationship with 50 national endocrine societies across Europe. You can find details of these national societies here – there are a huge number of valuable resources on their websites.
The European Reference Networks have initiated a coordinated action to ensure that every possible patient can find the nearest healthcare professional. Please find here the information in relation to this action.
The European Cancer Organisation/American Society of Clinical Oncology have put together a number of resources from patient organisations, medical societies and other agencies in several different languages. These can be accessed via www.onco-help.org or www.onko-help.org
The British Academy and the Council for At-Risk Academics has launched a scheme of Fellowships for Researchers at Risk. Find out more here.
The German Society of Endocrinology (DGE) have a dedicated email address (email@example.com) set up to receive requests and provide replies from experts.
The European Commission have launched ERA4Ukraine, a new one-stop-shop portal for Researchers to find out about:
- Job opportunities in the EU
- Recognition of diploma
- housing offers
- web support and information
WHAT CAN YOU DO TO HELP?
If you would like to add resources to this page please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Ukrainian Diabetology Association and the European Society of Endocrinology have issued a Joint Statement: Ukraine and endocrine drug shortages to highlight the need to secure the continued care of patients with endocrine disease with regards to urgent medical supply. This statement can serve to inform governments, institutions, humanitarian aid organisations and stakeholders about the most pressing medical need in the care of patient with endocrine disorders. This statement will be update as more information becomes available. Copy here for use by any endocrine professional assisting patients in or from Ukraine.