Free Webinar - May 1st - recording
available on website - soon!
Upcoming ENS Event
October 16, 2021
3rd Regional ENS Symposium
In-person and Live Stream
Chandler Center for the Arts,
Program coming soon
In conjunction with an international team of advocacy groups for patients with Adrenal Insufficiency, we developed a survey to determine the impact of COVID-19 on people with any form of adrenal insufficiency, to determine if there is a greater risk of adrenal crisis for people with AI during COVID and if those who contracted COVID are at greater risk of severe reactions or residual effects. The survey also is assessing if there was any disruption to regular medication supply, the need and frequency of administration of emergency steroid injection and what challenges this posed.
Thank you to everyone who responded.
The results are being tabulated ... watch this space!
ENS Position Statement
Gender Diverse Care
ENS has received a draft position statement on transgender and gender diverse care submitted by members Andrew Dwyer & Debra Greenspan. We have engaged patient stakeholders and a diverse group of providers across disciplines for input.
The position statement is being reviewed by many global organizations and will be available soon.
Our Endocrine Patients' Safety
Below are recommended sites to visit for some guidance with specific patient populations re COVID-19.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Diabetes: by the Diabetes Disaster Response Coalition https://beyondtype1.org/ddrc-coronavirus-response/
Adrenal Insufficiency/ glucocorticoid use:
ENS 2021 Clinical Research Grant Award
“Feasibility of a patient-centered, telehealth-delivered diabetes foot care educational program”
PI: Hsiao-Hui “Joyce” Ju, DNP, RN, FNP-BC
Co-I: Constance Johnson, PhD, RN, FAAN
University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, Cizik School of Nursing
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