METABOLIC ENDOCRINE EDUCATION FOUNDATION

The Metabolic Endocrine Education Foundation, (MEEF), is a leading national health foundation devoted to improving patients and public health through education. MEEF, a nonprofit organization (USA- 501 ©3), sponsors research educational activities for professional health providers, patients and the community at large. For more than a decade, the Metabolic Endocrine Education Foundation has developed multiple live educational programs for researchers, physicians, and other healthcare professionals in metabolic conditions, including, obesity, cardiometabolic syndrome, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. Its distinctive flagship program, the World Congress on Insulin Resistance, Diabetes & Cardiovascular Disease (WCIRDC), has become one of the foremost meetings in the world where endocrinologists, cardiologists, researchers and other healthcare professionals meet and discuss the latest developments in both basic and clinical sciences.  The sister meeting-  The annual Heart in Diabetes (HID)  entering its sixth year this  congress convenes experts and practicing clinicians in a one-of-a-kind scientific meeting to share knowledge and best practices for managing patients with cardiometabolic disorders, while exploring the intersection where the Heart, Kidney, and Diabetes Meet in Clinical Practice.

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MISSION STATEMENT

Metabolic Endocrine Education Foundation, (MEEF), is a leading national health foundation devoted to improving patients and public health through education. MEEF, a nonprofit organization (USA- 501 ©3), sponsors research educational activities for professional health providers, patients and the community at large.

GOALS
  • Improve patient health through education

  • Develop, promote, and offer professional education programs, conferences, and congresses

  • Educate physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and physician assistants through CME and non-CME programs

  • Foster, coordinate, and bring together multiple medical associations toward a common educational goal

  • Advance and offer health-related education programs to the community at large

  • Focus on healthcare disparities and develop programs to improve healthcare and reduce disparities

  • Promote the understanding of prevention and diagnosis of medical diseases

  • Improve the skills of healthcare providers to better the quality of patients’ lives

  • Organize and coordinate international health & medical education initiatives

  • Design, promote, and support excellence in research and medical studies

  • Support advocacy and political actions to improve public health policies