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A Team of Doctors and Health Workers in Ghana ensuring the well being of children with diabetes and other endocrine disorders

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Every health worker interested in welfare of children with diabetes and other endocrine disorders can join us.

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Want to sponsor any of our event (training and seminar for health workers ), a child with diabetes or endocrine disorder

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What we do

GSPED does continuous professional development in endocrinology. We begun in the year 2015 and we have since then been organizing successful workshops and continuous professional developments in paediatric endocrinology. We also give financial support to endocrine patients. We do research. Through research we are able to communicate to the world about problems in endocrinology in Ghana.

Become a Member

Every health worker interested in welfare of children with diabetes and other endocrine disorders can join us. Current members include doctors, nurses, teachers, accountants etc.

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Why was GSPED set up?

GSPED was set up to as awareness creation group in the field of paediatric endocrinology. This is unfamiliar field in medical practice in Ghana. As a result, misdiagnosis and mismanagement among health practitioners is very common with consequent fatalities. Initially, Dr Emmanuel Ameyaw, who championed the formation of GSPED moved from one hospital to another doing education and creating awareness to the health workers on common endocrine disorders such as diabetes in children, disorders of sexual development, adrenal disorders, thyroid disorders etc with minimum result. So he suggested the formation of GSPED to the parents who have their children with endocrine disorders seeking health care from Paediatric Endocrine Clinic (PEC), KATH. Some of them were very happy about the idea and supported the formation of GSPED, which came into being in 2014. Indeed, one of the parents, Mr. Raymond Tetevi, paid for the registration of GSPED.