Author: Gergana Georgieva

Oct
29

Words from the new ISE Chairperson – Margaret Wierman

Dear Colleagues and Friends, It is my great honor and privilege to become the new Chair of the International Society of Endocrinology as of this October following the tenure of Andre Lacroix, Chairperson of ISE from 2016 to 2020. In the past years as a member of the ISE Executive Committee and this year as Chair-elect,  […]

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Oct
29

Critical Care Endocrinology – Part II

In this article we continue the multinational interview with experts from around the globe on the topic of Critical Care Endocrinology. What is the interplay between adrenal health and critical care? What adrenal disorders do you commonly see in critical care settings? How can Endocrinology help improve critical care delivery? Syed Abbas Raza, Pakistan The [...]
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Oct
29

Critical Care Endocrinology – Part I

In this multinational interview, our Education Editor Sanjay Kalra takes the help of experts from different countries around the world to explore the topic of critical care endocrinology. What are the commonly encountered critical illnesses in your endocrine practice? Anthonia Ogbera, Nigeria The commonly encountered endocrine illnesses in Nigeria are diabetic emergencies and thyroid emergencies namely [...]
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Jul
14

Mind-Body Medicine and Endocrinology – Part II

<< Read Part I  In the previous article, we met you with endocrinologists from around the world who spoke about the unique connecting point between psychology and hormones. Keep reading to find out more on the topic! 6. How does traditional Maori health care help in mind body medicine and endocrinology? Manish Khanolkar, Gina Berghan, [...]
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Jul
14

Mind-Body Medicine and Endocrinology – Part I

Interdisciplinary endocrinology is an exciting field, and mind-body medicine is a unique connecting point between psychology and hormones. In this multinational interview, our Education Editor Sanjay Kalra takes the help of experts from five continents to explore the breadth and depth of mind-body medicine in endocrinology. 1. What is the role of mind health in [...]
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Jul
14

Series of Webinars from the Endocrine Society of India

The Endocrine Society of India (ESI) is the largest professional body of endocrinologists in India providing a common platform and network for clinicians, and researchers with a special interest in endocrinology. In June ESI conducted a series of Webinars on Critical Care Endocrinology, Metacrinology (Interlinking between Metabolism & Endocrinology) and Endocrine Hypertension. You can access all [...]
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Jul
13

World Health Organization launches the new WHO Academy app

The new World Health Organization’s lifelong learning centre - WHO Academy,  launched a mobile app designed to enable health workers to expand their life-saving skills to battle the COVID-19 pandemic. The app provides health workers with mobile access to a wealth of COVID-19 knowledge resources, developed by WHO, including up-to-the-minute guidance, tools, training, and virtual [...]
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Jul
13

Meet the new member society of ISE – DEMSoG (Ghana)

This June the International Society of Endocrinology welcomed a new member to its global family – the Diabetes Endocrine and Metabolic Society of Ghana (DEMSoG). We had a talk with the President of DEMSoG, Dr. Josephine Akpalu, to learn more about the new society and envision the future collaboration between DEMSoG and ISE. Keep reading […]

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