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About Conference

MedConclave extends its immense pleasure and honor to invite you to attend the “3rd International Conference on Endocrinology”, scheduled during February 27-28, 2024 as a virtual event. ICOE-2024 will have two days of robust discussions on global methods and strategies for diagnosis, prevention, and management of endocrinal diseases.

This event will provide an opportunity to hear and meet Researchers, Practitioners, and business professionals to share expertise, foster collaborations, and assess rising innovations across the world.  This will be equally informative for participants who attend this meeting as well as for key opinion leaders who want to brush up on their knowledge outside their own area of specialization.

Key Takeaways:

  1. Up-to-date information on the latest advancements in endocrine research and treatment.

  2. Opportunities to network with leading endocrine experts, researchers and clinicians from around the world.

  3. Exposure to a wide range of topics in endocrinology, including diabetes, thyroid disorders, osteoporosis, adrenal disorders and more.

  4. Platform to showcase your research and findings through poster presentations, plenary sessions and panel discussions.

  5. Knowledge sharing and exchange of ideas with a diverse group of attendees from academia, industry and the public sector.

  6. Opportunities to build relationships and establish partnerships with key decision-makers in the field.

  7. Access to cutting-edge technologies and innovative solutions for endocrine disorders management.

  8. An opportunity to expand your professional network and collaborate with like-minded individuals.

  9. A chance to stay up-to-date with the latest developments and future trends in endocrinology.

  10. A memorable and enriching experience that will leave a lasting impact on your professional growth.

Conference Objectives

Presenting evidence

Present and critically discuss latest evidence, including in relation to research and development towards Endocrine Disorders and cure, long-acting treatment and prevention technologies, integrated and differentiated models of care, findings from community-led research, monitoring and innovations in service delivery, and analyses of structural and economic determinants of health.

Moving evidence to implementation

Support evidence-informed action by all stakeholders across geographic and sectoral boundaries through further increased access to latest science, policy and community discussions in a combined in person and virtual format.

Supporting the next generation

Support the next generation of Endocrinology scientists, clinicians and other service providers and advocates through tailored networking, mentorship and leadership opportunities.

Learning from COVID-19

Explore the adaptation of innovations from the response to COVID-19 across science, policy and practice (including new partnerships between public and private stakeholders, industry and community actors and scientists), learning from those adaptations that accelerated the response to COVID-19, and consolidating good practice for pandemic preparedness.

Addressing evidence and implementation gaps

Draw attention to new or enduring gaps in the endocrine research, such as areas where greater investment is needed in research and person-centred service delivery, and those where the needs of communities remain neglected or ignored.

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