Hormones Australia is an initiative of the Endocrine Society of Australia (ESA), a registered charity and not-for-profit organisation. Hormones Australia aims to increase awareness and provide information about hormones and how they affect the body, as well as information about common hormone-related conditions.
The Endocrine Society of Australia is the national authority for the treatment of endocrine related conditions and disease, and a specialist society of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP).
The Endocrine Society of Australia, founded in 1958 is a network of professionals working in endocrine clinical care and treatment, research, health promotion and advocacy. Endocrine Society of Australia members are leaders in their respective fields and their professional expertise sought to assist in the development of guidelines, training opportunities, furthering research and advocating for better endocrine health across Australia. There are now over 1200 ESA members representing a range of professions including scientists, researchers, academics, nurses, students, specialist endocrinologists and endocrine trainees and health professionals interested in endocrinology.