During ESPE 2019 in Vienna, medwireNews reported on original research and symposium discussions covering a wide range of topics including the management of Turner syndrome in adolescents and young adults, the dynamics of childhood obesity, e-reporting of rare endocrine conditions, genetic disorders of growth, the importance of sleep, and novel monogenic forms of autoimmune diabetes.
ESPE 2019 news reports
Interview with Professor Ken Ong
Ken Ong discusses his highlights from the Yearbook of Paediatric Endocrinology
Interview with Dr Salma Ali
Salma Rashid Ali summarises EuRRECa (European Registries for Rare Endocrine Conditions) – a new project that combines a core endocrine registry with an e-reporting programme for rare endocrine conditions.
Interview with Professor Antje Körner
Professor Antje Körner talks about the dynamics of obesity in childhood and what research needs to be done to tackle the problem.
Interview with Professor Martine Cools
Professor Martine Cools discusses the importance of using a holistic approach in the management of children with disorders of sexual development (DSD).
Interview with Professor Tadej Battelino
Diabetes specialist Tadej Battelino gives his highlights of ESPE 2019.
Interview with Kate Davies & Rebecca Broadbent
Nurses Kate Davies and Rebecca Broadbent talk through their ESPE 2019 highlights.