By becoming a Corporate Member of ESE, you will be supporting us in our mission to shape the future of endocrinology to improve science, knowledge and health.
Corporate Membership offers companies the opportunity to engage with ESE’s more than 5,000 members as well as over 20 000 endocrine professionals represented by our partner societies, ranging from early career endocrinologists to nurses, students, researchers and clinicians . Through these connections and collaborations, we can work together to deliver excellence in endocrine care across Europe and the Globe.
Download our Corporate Membership brochure to find out more about how we work with our industry partners, the benefits included with Corporate Membership, who is eligible to join and how to apply.
Not quite ready for full Corporate Membership? Pre-commercial/start-up companies can become Supporter Members of the Society. Contact Natalie Dass, ESE Business Development Manager, to find out more.
Emphasis on Education
New for 2023, and following discussions with our existing Corporate Members, we have adapted our approach to funding requests for our educational activities, moving from individual grant requests to broad scope support packages. Packages include acknowledgements for supporting companies and registrations to participate in certain events, as well as the opportunity to share valuable company-developed medical education resources via our website.
A Focus on Patients
Following the success of the first Hypoparathyroidism Patient Forum in March 2022, we are planning a further two similar webinars in 2023 and 2024, with scope to continue beyond this.
As well as this, planning for an Adrenal Patient Forum is underway with a view to having a first webinar towards the end of 2023. The format will be similar to that of the Hypoparathyroidism Patient Forum.
Contact Natalie Dass to find out more about how ESE works with Patients and Patient Groups, and how you can help us to support these communities.
Addressing Unmet Medical Needs
ESE is committed to identifying and addressing unmet medical needs in endocrine care and in particular in rare endocrine diseases. Our Focus Area experts work closely with our members and partners to establish ways in which we can do this. A number of bespoke programmes are in development or already underway.
Contact Natalie Dass to find out more about our bespoke programmes or if you wish to discuss an area of unmet need.
Thank you to our 2023 Corporate Members
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