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African Society for Paediatric and Adolescent Endocrinology

The African Society for Paediatric and Adolescent Endocrinology (ASPAE) is an international organisation with several members from African countries whose aim is to promote the highest levels of knowledge, research, education and clinical practice of paediatric endocrinology and metabolism throughout Africa.

Asia Pacific Paediatric Endocrine Society

The Asia Pacific Paediatric Endocrine Society was formed in 1999 to provide a professional forum for those with an interest in Paediatric Endocrinology in the Asia Pacific region. Today APPES has members in over 14 countries throughout the Asia Pacific Region.

Australian Diabetes Society

The Australian Diabetes Society (ADS) was founded in 1973 and is a society for research, medical practice and education in Diabetes Mellitus. The ADS is the peak medical and scientific body in Australia working towards improved care and outcomes for people with diabetes.

British Society for Paediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes

BSPED aims to improve the care of children and young people with endocrine disorders and diabetes mellitus by bringing together professionals from a range of disciplines including tertiary paediatric endocrinologists and diabetologists, general paediatricians with an interest in endocrinology and/or diabetes, researchers, nurses and other healthcare professionals involved in the care of these patients.

Canadian Society of Endocrinology and Metabolism

The Canadian Society of Endocrinology and Metabolism (CSEM) is a professional organization bringing together academic and community-based endocrinologists and researchers engaged in providing health care, education and research within the broad domain of endocrinology. The CSEM is a national advocate for excellence in endocrinology research, education, and patient care, and its mandate is to advance the discipline of endocrinology and metabolism in Canada.

Endocrine Society of Australia

The Endocrine Society of Australia is a national non-profit organisation of scientists and clinicians who conduct research and practice in the field of endocrinology.


European Society of Endocrinology

The European Society of Endocrinology was created to promote research, education and clinical practice in endocrinology for the public benefit. This is achieved through the organisation of conferences, training courses and publications; by raising awareness; liaising with national and international legislators; and by any other appropriate means.


International Society of Endocrinology

Since its foundation in 1960, the International Society of Endocrinology (ISE) has pursued the worldwide advancement of education, science and patient care in Endocrinology. Today the society forms a strategic network of National Endocrine Societies which aims to stimulate international cooperation and co-ordinate scientific exchange, debate and dissemination between healthcare professionals around the world.


Japan Endocrine Society

Since its establishment in 1925, the Japan Endocrine Society has undergone steady and continued growth and is currently composed of about 7,500 active members in basic and clinical fields of endocrinology and metabolism. The JES is committed to the growth of basic and clinical sciences related to endocrinology and metabolism.

New Zealand Society of Endocrinology

The New Zealand Society of Endocrinology is a non-profit national Society composed of students, scientists, clinicians and other health practitioners who have an interest in any aspect of Endocrinology including but not restricted to fundamental scientific research and clinical practice

Society for Endocrinology

The Society for Endocrinology was set up in 1946 to promote the advance of endocrinology, and is the major British society representing scientists, clinicians and nurses working in endocrinology.

UK and Ireland Neuroendocrine Tumour Society

The UK and Ireland Neuroendocrine Tumour Society (UKI NETS) aims to promote research, education, training and best clinical practice across a multidisciplinary area in the field of endocrine tumours. UKI NETS has amongst its members leading endocrinologists, gastroenterologists, oncologists, surgeons, radiologists, nuclear medicine physicians and pathologists to promote multidisciplinary collaborations.