Don’t miss these upcoming online ESE events!

 

We have a number of upcoming online events this year to support our members in advancing their knowledge in endocrinology and to provide important networking opportunities, in the absence of physical meetings due to the pandemic. 

ESE Clinical Update on Cushing’s Syndrome        

Join us for a series of 3 short online webinars, on 7-9 April 2021, at 16:00 - 18:00 CET to hear leading experts in the field of Cushing’s syndrome discuss topics including diagnostic dilemmas, management of Cushing's, challenging areas and what the future holds. See the full programme on the website.

Register before the early bird deadline on 29 March and submit a case by 15 March for a chance to present your work and discuss with the experts. 

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 Postgraduate Training Course in Clinical Endocrinology      

Following last year’s successful and interactive online postgraduate course, join us again for this year’s on 19 - 23 April 2021, at 17:00 - 19:00 CEST.  See the programme for a full list of topics. Questions on these topics will be sent to all registered attendees before the event and experts will then discuss the answers during the webinars. Register before the early bird deadline on 1 April.

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We will also be hosting a number of online evening masterclasses on various endocrinology research topics, presented by leading experts. These informal classes will provide an opportunity for discussion with fellow attendees and presenters. The first session, 'Masterclass in Endocrine Physiology: Rethinking the Text Book on the HPT Axis’, will take place on Thursday 25 March at 18:00 - 19:30 CET.

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Take part in our new networking opportunity, 'EYES Coffee Connections', to break up your week with a coffee and chat with peers from across the world. Each session will have a focus topic and will be taking place on the second Friday of each month, at 10:00 CET, on Zoom. The first session, 'Making mentorship work' begins on 12 March. 

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