ESPE Science Symposium 2021 - Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia
Aimed at paediatricians and basic researchers, to promote the dissemination of new scientific knowledge within the paediatric endocrinology community, developing an interactive network and closing the gap between scientific research and patient care.
We cordially invite you to the second ESPE Science Symposium which will take place online on October 29th and 30th, 2021. Due to the uncertainty with regard to COVID-19, the organizing committee has decided to change the live symposium in Nijmegen, the Netherlands into an online symposium so that clinicians and researchers from around the world can all participate without having to deal with travelling restrictions etc.
The ESPE science symposium aims to promote the development of an interactive network between clinicians and researchers, helping to reduce the gap between research and patient care. It will also provide the means to disseminate new scientific knowledge in the community of paediatric endocrinology. The symposium is organized every two years by a Local Organizing Committee (LOC) selected through an application process by the ESPE Science Committee.
This symposium is online. Delegates may come from any professional clinical and scientific discipline which is related directly or indirectly to the topic. The congress fee is € 80 per attendee.
Young clinician registration - NOW CLOSED
ESPE offers 25 free registrations spaces for young clinicians and scientists in training over the 2 days (those who are less than 8 years ((full-time equivalent)) since completion of doctorate training, working within the field upon competitive application). Participants who would like to receive one of these free places are required to apply using a separate application form.
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Hedi Claahsen – van der Grinten, Pediatric endocrinologist Radboudumc, The Netherlands
Kees Noordam, Director Amalia Children’s hospital Radboudumc, The Netherlands
Teun van Herwaarden, Laboratory specialist Radboudumc,The Netherlands
Henri Timmers, Endocrinologist, chair of the Radboud adrenal centre Radboudumc, The Netherlands
Nicole Reisch, Endocrinologist, chair MTG adrenals ENDO ERN, Munich, Germany
Olaf Hiort, Pediatric endocrinologist, chair MTG sex development and maturation, ENDO ERN, Lübeck, Germany
Christa Flueck, Pediatric endocrinologist, chair ESPE DSD working group Bern, Switzerland
Agustini Utari, Pediatric endocrinologist, Indonesian Society of pediatric endocrinology Semarang, Indonesia
Faisal Ahmed Pediatric endocrinologist, coordinator of I-DSD/CAH registry, chair ESPE science committee, Glasgow, Scotland
Martin Wabitsch Pediatric endocrinologist, science symposium convenor, ESPE science committee, Ulm, Germany
Michel Polak, Pediatric endocrinologist, scientific chair of IFCAH, Paris, France
Johan Beun, Coordinator Adrenalnet, representative ePAG ENDO ERN MTG 1, The Netherlands
Maaike Abrahamse, Co-owner Bureau-prevents, The Netherlands
Bianca Scholte, Co-owner Bureau-prevents, The Netherlands
Amanda Helm, ESPE corporate relations manager, United Kingdom
CME Accreditation will be applied for for the ESPE Science Symposium 2021 which delegates will be able to claim back.
Through an agreement between the Union Européenne des Médecins Spécialistes and the American Medical Association, physicians may convert EACCME® credits to an equivalent number of AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Information on the process to convert EACCME® credit to AMA credit can be found at https://www.ama-assn.org/education/ama-pra-credit-system/agreement-european-union-medical-specialties-uems.
Live educational activities, occurring outside of Canada, recognised by the UEMS-EACCME® for ECMEC®s are deemed to be Accredited Group Learning Activities (Section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.