As a Corporate Member of ESE you will be supporting our mission to shape the future of endocrinology to improve science, knowledge and health.
To discuss becoming a Corporate Member, contact Natalie Dass, ESE Business Development Manager.
Why become a Corporate Member of ESE?
Corporate Membership offers companies the opportunity to engage with more than 5,000 ESE members and 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 work together to deliver excellence in endocrine care across Europe and beyond.
Download our Corporate Membership brochure to find out more about Corporate Membership benefits, eligibility and application process.
One of the major benefits of Corporate Membership is the chance to support our educational activities. Our core education fund enables companies to sponsor general endocrine education, primarily aimed at our early career and basic science audiences. Supporting this fund allows us to deliver our Postgraduate Courses, Summer School, EYES Annual Meeting and other courses that cover a range of endocrine conditions and topics. This includes Focus Area-specific events and activities, such as Clinical Update webinars, which provide the latest information and education to clinicians and support the ongoing improvement of endocrine care.
Corporate support enables us to deliver patient-focused programmes such as our popular Hypoparathyroidism Patient Forums, which bring together clinicians and patients, their families and carers to answer questions about this rare disease. The next Hypoparathyroidism Patient Forum is planned for 2024.
Expanding on this successful format, we will also be holding the first Adrenal Patient Forum in 2024.
Our Patient Zone gives a flavour of the ways we support patient organisations in their invaluable work.
We are committed to identifying and addressing unmet medical needs in endocrine care, particularly in rare endocrine diseases. Our Focus Area experts work closely with our members and partners to establish ways in which we can do this. Several bespoke programmes are in development or already underway.
Explore our Focus Areas below, or contact Natalie Dass to discuss any areas where you feel there may be unmet needs and that could benefit from ESE’s involvement.