On this page you will find links to
Society for EndocrinologyThe major British endocrine society for scientists, clinicians and nurses who work with hormones.
International Society of EndocrinologyInternational organization for endocrinologists and associated scientific professionals in all settings including universities, industry, government agencies, health care facilities, and not-for-profit organizations. Its worldwide membership comprises national endocrine societies from over 70 countries, with head offices at the University of Birmingham.
European Society of EndocrinologyPromotes for the public benefit research, education and clinical practice in endocrinology by the organisation of conferences, training courses and publications, by raising public awareness, liaison with national and international legislators, and by any other appropriate means.
The Endocrine Society USA based professional society devoted to research on hormones and the clinical practice of endocrinology worldwide. The British Association of Endocrine and Thyroid SurgeonsThe BAETS is the representative body of British surgeons who have a specialist interest in surgery of the endocrine glands (thyroid, parathyroid and adrenal).
British Thyroid AssociationProfessional clinical specialist doctors and scientists in the United Kingdom who manage patients and/or are researching thyroid diseases.
European Thyroid AssociationProfessional Association whose aims are to promote knowledge in the thyroid field (fundamental and clinical) and improve knowledge of the thyroid gland and its diseases.
British Society for Paediatric Endocrinolgy and Diabetes An association for patients and professionals to support children with endocrine disorders and diabetes.
British Association of Otorhinolarnygology - Head and Neck Surgery. The site gives patient information on the ears, nose, throat and related conditions of the head and neck. The BAS also set up
ENT UKSet up by the BAS ( above) ENT•UK represents over 1,300 medical practitioners including surgeons, trainees and audiologists
The Hormone Foundation USA based educational resource for patients and health professionals on the prevention, treatment, and cure of hormone-related conditions.
National Parathyroid Education FoundationThe Foundation provides educational services to doctors and patients via publications in medical journals, lay media, websites, blogs, and video while providing social networking tools which allow patients to connect and self-educate for a healthier life.
Rare Disease UKThe national alliance for people with rare disease and all who support them.
Eurordis European Organisation for Rare Diseases
Orphanet The European portal for information about Rare Diseases and Orphan Drugs. Includes inventories of rare diseases & Orphan drug, directory of services ( clinics, patient organisations etc), trials and research, newsletter (see below).
European Union Committee of Experts on Rare Diseases Aids the European Commission with the preparation and implementation of Community activities in the field of rare diseases
Orphanews Newsletter of the EUCERD and Orphanet
NORDNational Organisation for Rare Diseases USA
MHRAAn executive agency of the Department of Health that enhances and safeguards the health of the public by ensuring that medicines and medical devices work and are acceptably safe.
NICEAn independent organisation responsible for providing national guidance on promoting good health and preventing and treating ill health.
EndobiblePractical guidance on endocrine diagnosis and management for health professionals by Dr Frankie Swords, lead clinician for endocrinology at Norfolk & Norwich hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
Up-to-date analysis of thyrotoxicosis, hypothyroidism, thyroid nodules and cancer, thyroiditis, and all aspects of human thyroid disease and thyroid physiology for physicians, researchers, and trainees. This website is directed to helping physicians care for their patients with thyroid problems, is updated continually with important new information, and major revisions are done annually. The latest revisions were introduced 29 June 2010
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