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         Promoting Excellence in the Art and Science of Endocrine Nursing

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Mission 

  • To advance the highest standards of endocrine nursing practice, education, and research 
  • To promote healthy lifestyle choices in the prevention and management of endocrine-related health disorders 
  • To facilitate communication among its members, support interdisciplinary collaboration, and provide a forum for learning and sharing


 


THANK YOU !! 

to ALL OUR MEMBERS WHO VOLUNTEER 

 

their talents, time and tireless commitment

to total over 75,000 hours 

  

ENS staffed by members who volunteer

ENS is unique - ENS has no office space and no employees


  

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                IN MEMORANDUM               

  

 Joan Damon Simon

 ENS President 2016-2018 

It with great sadness we announce the passing April 20, 2022, of Joan Damon Simon, in her home in Pearland, Texas.  Joan was an extremely vivacious lady who loved life, dancing and celebrating.  Her energy and humor will be greatly missed.  

Our deepest condolences to her family.

   

   

31st  Annual ENS Symposium

June 11, 2022

Atlanta, Georgia, USA

In-person & stream during ENDO2022

Program 

Grants, Abstracts, Posters, Awards

applications now closed

register  via  ENDO2022


Congratulations!!

  

2020 Betsy Love McClung

Endocrine Nurse Development Award

to

Phillip Yeoh RN, BSC, MSc, London, UK

New Modalities in the Treatment of Adrenal Insufficiency 

ENS2022 Presentation

June 11, 2022, 1430-1500hrs


     

ENS Position Statement  

Transgender and Gender Diverse Care

ENS embraces ethical and competent care of transpersons. To that end we have developed a position statement published August 2021 in Journal of the Endocrine Society and via https://academic.oup.com/jes/article/5/8/bvab105/6294149

 Andrew A Dwyer, PhD, FNP-BC, FNAP, FAAN

   

Debra Greenspan, ANP-BC, BC-ADM

Grateful Thanks 

Michael McClung, MD and Family

for support of

Betsy Love McClung

Outstanding Endocrine Nurse Award   2017-2022



Overcoming Challenges in the

Management of

Adult Growth Hormone Deficiency

Provided by Clinical Care Options, LLC in collaboration with the Endocrine Nurses Society and the National Alliance to Advance Adolescent Health with education grant from Novo Nordisk   FREE  CME      

  Nurses and the Management of 

Growth Hormone Deficiency     

Insights on the nurse's role in all phases of the life cycle of care for patients with growth hormone deficiency

Chris Yedinak DNP FNP MN     AGHD Free CME


Our Textbook is Here

To purchase the textbook, please click here

 

AACE Announces New Organization Name and Branding - Press Release |  American Association of Clinical Endocrinology

Cardiometabolic Conference 

Sept 30-Oct 2, 2022      San Antonio, Texas  


32nd Annual Meeting 

May 3-6, 2023     Seattle, WA

  

   

About ISE - The 1st ISE Endocrinology Practice 2021

Webinar:

Obesity Update- From prevention to treatment

The science behind this public health issue


Thursday June 9, 2022


15:00-16:00 CET        Register virtual seat






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6th Annual Heart in Diabetes

June 24-26, 2022 - Hybrid

Loews Philadelphia Hotel, PA    

  Information



About ISE - The 1st ISE Endocrinology Practice 2021

International Congress of Endocrinology

August 25-28, 2022 - All virtual 

Singapore   learn more


          Membership               

11%  Doctorate Nurse (DNP, PhD)

52%  Nurse Practitioner 

95%  RN/BSN

5%    Allied Health

60%  prescribe

      • Education CEUs
      • Nursing Research grants
      • Poster awards
      • Travel grants
      • Outstanding Endocrine Nurse Development Award
      • Clinical/Research Collaboration
      • Policy Action & Advocacy
      • Publications
      • Symposia-National, International, Regional
      • Endocrine Certification – in progress      ….. and more                             membership application

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      •  ENS 501(c)(3) non-profit society 
      •  ENS is staffed by members who volunteer
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      •  ENS has no office space and no employees

    All donations are tax deductible as a charitable contribution.  

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    Make a Donation

    Your tax-deductible donation to ENS will help Advance Endocrine Nursing & Improve Patient Outcomes

    • ENS 501(c)(3) non-profit society
    • ENS is staffed by members who volunteer
    • Funded by tax-deductible donations
    • ENS has no office space and no employees

      All donations are tax deductible as a charitable contribution.  

      Click Here to Donate

      Partners

      Federation of International Nurses in Endocrinology (F.I.N.E.)

      Global network of Endocrine Providers from 22 countries


      ENS is extremely grateful for the generous contribution of the Sponsors who continue to support our society's mission: to support endocrine nursing education, research and publication efforts.

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