Clinical Practice

Clinical Practice activities within ESPE are guided by the Clinical Practice Committee (CPC). ESPE clinical practice activities support the work of paediatric endocrinologists by providing high quality evidence in an easily accessible format for ESPE members worldwide.

With the development of guidelines and consensus statements on the management of paediatric endocrine disorders we are able to provide best practice guidelines for clinicians and provide the best possible care to patients. To apply for ESPE involvement in guideline development or Consensus Meeting please apply through the process outlined in the ESPE SOP for Funding Consensus Meetings and Guideline Development.

The "Meet The Expert" sessions at our annual meeting enable open discussion and sharing of the latest knowledge, and patient information leaflets for common paediatric endocrine disorders in English, Italian, French, Spanish and Turkish allow us to support patients and clinicians across the world.

Meet the Expert Proceedings



Consensus Statements and Guidelines

The ESPE Clinical Practice Committee (CPC) supports the development of consensus statements and guidelines. The CPC also meets with counterparts from the other international Paediatric Endocrine Societies to plan joint developments. In addition, the CPC also reviews guidelines produced by other societies for inclusion on the ESPE website.

ESPE Clinical Practice Committee Statements

ESPE Clinical Practice Committee Statements

Yearbook of Paediatric Endocrinology

The Yearbook, summarises and comments on the major advances in paediatric endocrinology during the previous year.