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Membership

Why Join?

As a member, you will be kept at the cutting edge of your field. You will be sent regular updates, given access to informative educational events, provided with a membership directory to keep in touch with colleagues, and offered special registration fees for meetings and educational events.

It is an excellent way to meet other people working in the same field and to help exchange knowledge and ideas.

No cost to apply or for membership.

Members of the Chapter are required to be members of the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists.

If you are not currently a member of AACE, please complete the membership application on the AACE website. Once your application has been approved by AACE, your application will be submitted to the Chapter and you will automatically become a Chapter Member. A confirmation email will be sent to you once your membership has been processed.

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If you are already a member of AACE and are not currently a New England Chapter Member, please fill out the New England Chapter membership application. Once your application has been approved and processed, a confirmation email will be sent to you.

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If you are unsure whether you are a member of the New England AACE Chapter, please contact us at newengland-aace@wjweiser.com.

Membership

Members of the Chapter are physicians (MD, DO, or foreign equivalent) with special education, training and interest in the practice of clinical endocrinology. These physicians devote a significant part of their career to the evaluation and management of patients with endocrine disease. Members of the AACE are recognized clinicians, educators and scientists, many of whom are affiliated with medical schools and universities. Members of the Chapters contribute on a regular basis to the scientific literature of endocrine diseases and conduct medical education programs on this subject.