Membership benefits for endocrine nurses
- Reduced registration at all the Society's physical events such as Endocrine Nurse Update, SfE BES as well as free access to the Society’s Endocrine Nurse Skills webinar series.
- Reduced registration to selected partner events
- Opportunities to speak at and chair sessions at SfE Events
Awards and Grants
- Access to a number of grants designed to support your nursing career including the Endocrine Nurse Grants, Travel Grants, Equipment Grants, Practical Skills Grants and Meeting Support Grants as well as Summer Studentships
- The Society has a wide range of Awards available to recognise excellence across all our members including the Nikki Kieffer Medal for Endocrine Nurses.
- Identify, assess and develop your skills using the Society’s Competency Framework & Evidence Guide. Nurse members are also able to contribute to its ongoing development and future editions to ensure it meets the needs of its users.
- Complete the Masters module in Endocrine Nursing from Oxford Brookes University with full support from the Society.
- Join one or more of the Society’s eight endocrine networks facilitating networking and collaboration with others in your field
- Stay in touch with the endocrine nurse community via Society online networking events and the nurse Facebook group.
- Amplify your voice within the endocrine community by taking advantage of the Society’s links with external organisations such as NICE as well as our strong links with Patient Support Groups
- Our members can also expand their networks via discounted membership of the European Society of Endocrinology and the International Society for Endocrinology
- Access to member-only content held on the Society’s website. Ever-growing, this members’ area includes the new Resource Hub and on-demand access to all episodes of the Society’s Endocrine Nurse Skills webinar episodes 2020 and 2021.
- There is also a member directory where you can contact others in your field.
Give back to the next generation
- Deliver taster days for undifferentiated trainees, to raise the profile of the specialty
- Sharing your experience and learning with Early Career Nurses members through online events.
- Apply to become an Endocrine Ambassador, raising awareness of the discipline and encouraging students to consider endocrinology as a career.
- Undertake public engagement activities with support from the Society, giving you opportunities to talk about your work to wider audiences. e.g. For example, by becoming a content editor for our public-facing website: You and Your Hormones, becoming a media ambassador, taking part in our schools outreach programme, or participating in public events.
- Regular news from the Society including the monthly Clinical News Update, Nurse Newsletter and the quarterly magazine The Endocrinologist
- Keep up to date on how ESE are influencing policy decisions in Europe through their ESE Advocacy Representation Scheme (EARS), which is free to all Society for Endocrinology members (further sign up is required).
- Full voting rights as well as the opportunity to serve on a number of Society committees.
- The opportunity to join editorial boards for the Society’s Journals, its magazine The Endocrinologist, or public facing website You and Your Hormones.