The ESPE Annual Review details the work of The European Society for Paediatric Endocrinology throughout the year. The report is intended to give members, stakeholders and other interested parties an overview of the Society’s activities, focus, achievements and finances.

The society

ESPE aims to advance excellence in paediatric endocrinology and diabetes by promoting research, education and medical practice to the benefit of child and adolescent health worldwide. As one of the largest and best-regarded international scientific communities of paediatric endocrinologists, with over 1100 members from over 95 countries, we are committed to serving our members’ needs, and those of the paediatric endocrine field, on a global scale through innovation, collaboration and technology.

ESPE is governed by a Council, seven Council Committees and over ten sub-committees and task forces; each made up of dedicated members, who volunteer their valuable time and expertise to shape the direction and strategy of ESPE to meet its goals.

Thank you to all our committee members, who generously give their time to make ESPE activities possible and help make our Society a great success.

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