We offer an engaging, diverse selection of CME and CE courses ideal for any healthcare professional managing hormone-related diseases. Explore our offerings and find the free endocrinology course you need to keep your skills and best practices sharp and up to date, including topics covering diabetes, chronic kidney disease, and more.
X-linked hypophosphatemia (XLH) and hypophosphotasia (HPP) are genetic metabolic bone diseases with recent treatment advances. This program will discuss when to refer and how to treat children with XLH or HPP in the era of disease specific therapies.
Join Dr. Amy Zack as she discusses diabetic retinopathy and emphasizes the need for eye health in patients with diabetes, how best to support patients for optimal eye health via education and screening, and Dr. Steven Ferrucci helps explain diabetic eye exams.
Are you up to date on the latest therapeutic targets for managing menopause-associated VMS?
This educational initiative intends to close β‑thalassemia clinical care gaps when transitioning patient care from pediatrics into adulthood
A physician and patient with obesity model a discussion on mitigating the patient’s risk for heart failure with strategies for weight loss and increased physical activity.
Identify the optimal CKD treatment option(s) based on patient clinical characteristics and benefits/risks of currently approved agents
Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: