The European Society for paediatric endocrinology (ESPE) is a truly world organization aiming to improve the clinical care of kids and adolescents with endocrine conditions, including diabetes, through analysis and education. Paediatric endocrinology could be a specialty of children's medicine (paediatrics) caring for babies, children and adolescents with growth, puberty, sexual development problems and different disorders of the hormone producing glands of the body. These include diabetes, thyroid and adrenal gland issues, early and late puberty, and growth hormone deficiency. The ESPE Senior operating Officer (ESPE SOO) provides strategic support across all ESPE activities to assist drive the programmes of the Society beneath the direction of Council and working with the Communications Committee on to ensure on-going communication between committees. The Society is devoted to serving its members and the international scientific community. it's additionally actively concerned in promoting the interests of the general public and in advising on European health policy within the space of paediatric endocrinology. Founded in 1962.
The ESPE annual scientific meeting, which is held in several European cities and countries, is recognised worldwide as a meeting of high scientific and educational quality. Though presently attended by more than 3,500 delegates, it's still known for the traditional ESPE values of relationship, collaboration and congeniality. In 2010, LWPES officially modified the Society name to paediatric Endocrine Society (PES). The membership irresistibly voted to approve the name change in order that PES may well be more easily identified by different professional societies, governmental agencies, trade manufacturers, and oldsters. The European Society of endocrinology was created to promote for the public benefit analysis, education and clinical practice in endocrinology by the organisation of conferences, coaching courses and publications, by raising public awareness, liaison with national and international legislators, and by any other appropriate means.Read More»
The following is the list of scholars from European Society For Paediatric Endocrinology who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences