ECE 2022

21-24 May

Milan, Italy

ECE 2022

ECE 2022 has now finished – Thank you for joining us!

We were delighted to welcome over 4,000 delegates to the Congress, with 75% attending in person and 25% online, signalling the welcome return to in person meetings for our community. It was a pleasure to meet so many of you, in sunny Milan!

Did you know that the ECE 2022 content is now available on ESE On Demand, for all registered delegates? If you missed any sessions, or simply re- watch your favourite talks you now can access them online until 22 July 2022.  (After this date, access will be available only to ESE Members who registered for ECE 2022).

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ESE On Demand also allows you to filter content and search by content type, session type, Focus Area and abstract category. With videos, abstracts, and ePosters all listed, and additional interviews with key speakers and opinion leaders, ESE On Demand is a wealth of information and resource encompassing everything that happened at the congress or educational event.



2022 saw a record year for abstract submissions, with over 2,200 submissions of which 2,193 were accepted.  83 abstracts were presented across 14 Oral Communication sessions, 99 as 14 Rapid Communications and 12 as part of the Young Investigator session.  In addition, 774 physical posters* were displayed across the three main days of the Congress, with the remainder displayed as ePosters both on the Congress platform and on ePoster screens within the exhibition hall.

Rather than stay with the previous format of poster tours, we wanted to encourage extended networking after two years apart, so a new ‘Posters and evening drinks’ section was added to the programme each day, allowing delegates to view posters and speak to authors, and each other, in a more informal way.


The first ever European Hormone Day was launched at the Congress on Monday 23 May.  A dedicated exhibition booth was alive with discussion throughout the day, which culminated in a surprise musical performance and an opportunity for more networking.  While there was a lot of fun to be had during these exciting activities, the key message was not lost. The focus of the day was clear: to raise awareness about the significant role that hormones play in overall wellbeing.  European Hormone Day is set to become a fixture in the annual endocrinology calendar and, while this first year is about connecting with European and national decision makers,  plans for the future growth of this important initiative are well underway.


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Plans for ECE 2023, which will take place in Istanbul, Turkey from 13-16 May 2023, are well underway and it promises to be another exciting Congress.  Register your interest to be kept up to date and to be informed when registration opens towards the end of 2022.

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*authors with physical posters also had the option to upload their poster as an ePoster

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