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Members area support

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Forgotten your password?

You can request a new password by clicking on the link below. You will be requested to enter your email address and a new password will be emailed to you within 20 minutes. Please do NOT click "Submit" again. Please do NOT request another password; this will inactivate your new password.


If you see a message saying "No account matched this e-mail address", then you should contact the ESPE Team and notify your new or correct email address.

Some universities or hospitals have high security firewalls which may prevent you from receiving your password. Therefore if you have not received your new password after 20 minutes, please contact the ESPE Team.

For maximum security, your new password will consist of a combination of letters, numbers and other characters. The password field is case sensitive. This means you must use the upper and lower case letters as they appear. If you experience problems, please copy and paste the password. Please ensure there are no blank spaces before or after your password as these will be viewed as characters.

If you wish to change your new password to one which is easier to remember, please log on to the members' section of the ESPE website using your member number and your new password. Then select "My Profile". You will see a black tab saying "Password". Please enter member number, copy and paste the password you just received from ESPE into the "current password" field and then enter your preferred password twice.

Please do not forget your password as it has been encrypted in our database and we cannot retrieve it for you. If you forget your password, then you will need to go to the website and request a new password.

For your convenience, members of the following Bioscientifica managed societies can use the same e-mail address and password: The British Society for Paediatric Endocrinology & Diabetes, The European Society of Endocrinology, the European Society for Paediatric Endocrinology, and the Society for Endocrinology. Contact information is shared between these societies; therefore if you change your contact details for one society you must use this information for all the other societies.

Access the Hormone Research in Paediatrics journal online

Hormone Research in Paediatrics access is provided by the journal publisher, Karger.

You can access the HRP journal through the ‘ESPE Members’ Section’ ONLY by clicking on the link provided and logging in using your member number and password. If you cannot remember your details please contact the ESPE Team and they will assist you.

You will be directed to Karger’s website where you will see ‘ESPE, European Society for Paediatric Endocrinology’ in the top right of the page. This means you are logged in to the journal and you can begin your search.

Problems logging in?

If you see a page saying, "Please identify yourself as a subscriber" and asking you for a “Login ID” and “Password”,  this has been identified as a problem caused by some firewalls or http proxies interfering with the Karger login.

Please turn off your firewall and try again.  If you are still unable to gain access, Karger have recommended the following:

-Try to gain access from your home computer or a computer on a different network.

-Contact your hospital or university’s IT department and query the removal of the referral data in the http response.

The ESPE Team is not in control of this system.

If you are still unable to access the journal please check you have renewed your membership subscription for the year. If you are still experiencing problems, please contact the ESPE Team and they will assist in investigating your issue further.