NEWS | July 14, 2022
Diabetes, thyroid disorders, and osteoporosis are amongst the most common endocrine disorders initially seen by primary care providers (PCPs) due to the aging population and the growing prevalence of type 2 diabetes. But care teams are not always equipped with the proper tools and resources to diagnose and manage endocrine disorders — until now! Endocrinologist, Joanna Miragaya, MD, PhD, FACE, explains what to expect at our upcoming meeting, AACE Co-Management Care in Endocrinology and why you don’t want to miss it!
NEWS | July 8, 2022
Join us in-person Sept. 30 – Oct. 2 in San Antonio, TX, for our Cardiometabolic Conference featuring the updated AACE diabetes guideline, 11.5 CME/CE/MOC, and the latest developments in cardiovascular disease - all at a historical location. Betul Hatipoglu, MD, Chair of our 2022 Cardiometabolic Conference shares what to expect!
NEWS | March 7, 2022
Each year, experts from the field of endocrinology convene at our Annual Meeting to learn about the latest advancements in clinical endocrinology. Here are the top five things to know before you go!
NEWS | November 9, 2021
Diabetes mellitus is a globally prevalent chronic disease that directly caused 1.5 million deaths worldwide in 2019. Hypertriglyceridemia is exceedingly common in diabetes mellitus, and there is growing evidence that it contributes to residual cardiovascular risk. Learn how hypertriglyceridemia in patients with diabetes mellitus can be managed.
NEWS | October 25, 2021
Learn 10 things primary care teams need to know about common endocrine disorders and how to register for our free SCOPE workshop: Successful Co-management between Primary Care and Endocrinology.
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