Educational Opportunities

AACE focuses the educational needs of you, the clinician, by creating in-person learning opportunities that are focused, beneficial and geographically convenient. These programs help you stay current with critical and relevant endocrine patient treatment issues and are an excellent source for earning CME.


Starts 5/18/2020 | Content Expires 5/11/2023

Online

This course includes: 

CME Credits: 0.5

Starts 5/11/2020 | Content Expires 5/11/2023

Online

With hundreds of abstracts submitted by endocrinologists and other health care professionals from around the world, AACE is excited to present the online E-poster gallery!  This unique opportunity allows endocrinologists and other health care professionals to have their work displayed for other i

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Starts 5/11/2020 | Content Expires 5/11/2023

Online

This course includes: 

CME Credits: 1

NOW LIVE!

Virtual

Starting May 11, the all-virtual AACE Master Class series will provide approximately 60 hours of CME and MOC eligible content from leading authorities on:

CME Credits: 60

Starts 11/12/2017 | Expires: 1/31/2021

Online

The ASAP online self-assessment tool provides learners with 17 case-based questions designed to challenge clinical thought processes in recall, interpretation, and problem-solving skills in the evaluation, diagnosis, treatment, and management of endocrine diseases.

CME Credits: 5

May 3 – 6, 2023

Seattle, Washington, US

 

CME Credits:

April 27 – 30, 2022

Montréal, Québec, Canada

 

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May 26 - 29, 2021

Las Vegas, Nevada, US

 

Join us for the AACE 30th Annual Scientific & Clinical Congress as we celebrate 30 years of clinical endocrinology.

CME Credits:

Starts: 2/28/2020 | Expires: 3/2/2022

Online

Many practioners often perceive obesity as a lifestyle rather than a medical issue. Therefore, healthcare practioners lack knowledge of recently approved pharmacologic treatment options for obesity as well as advances in surgical interventions.

CME Credits: 8.25

Start: 3/2/2020 | Expires: 3/2/2022

Online

Why should we treat the disease of obesity?  The medical community designated obesity as a disease in 2012 based on its etiology and impact on patient’s lives.  Obesity results from a combination of genetic, environmental, and behavioral factors, and it is leads to numerous comp

CME Credits: 7.75