Virtual CEU, EBR 2020 reach record breaking attendance

WASHINGTON—The Endocrine Society’s first virtual Clinical Endocrinology Update (CEUand Endocrine Board Review (EBR) meetings collectively attracted more than 1,700 global participants.

CEU 2020 had over 1,100 participants and EBR 2020 has over 600setting records for both meetings as the largest to date in the Societys history.

CEU 2020, held September 10-12, provided an update on the latest diagnosis and treatment recommendations spanning nine endocrine topic areas. The virtual meeting featured both live and on-demand presentations. CEU session recordings will be available for purchase within the next three weeks. Highlights from this year include: 

  • 23 live sessions with the ability to interact directly with faculty 
  • 21 on-demand presentations 
  • 31 expert faculty 
  • 3 interactive Ancillary Symposia 
  • 3 Product Theatre presentations  
  • Virtual exhibit hall  

Endocrine Board Review takes place from September 16-18. It’s an essential course for endocrinologists preparing to take the boards or practicing physicians seeking an intensive knowledge assessmentThe virtual program is designed as a mock exam, and participants can engage directly with the experts during live Q&A.

Registrants can access CEU 2020 and EBR 2020 content in the corresponding virtual meeting platforms through October 31, 2020.

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