NETs for Newcomers

New Date Announced: Nets for Newcomers will take place online on Friday 28thMay 2021. 

NETs for Newcomers – An Introduction to NET Medicine

UKINETS presents the fourth annual one day course for doctors of all specialties who wish to learn more about Neuroendocrine Tumours. 

NETs for Newcomers is a national course under the aegis of UK & Ireland NET Society (UKINETS) and is accredited by the RCP for CPD.

It is a one-day course for trainee doctors and consultants in all disciplines wishing to gain confidence in the diagnosis, investigation and management of patients with neuroendocrine tumours (NETs), including gastroenteropancreatic NETs, in a multidisciplinary setting. 

The course is delivered by an expert multidisciplinary faculty and there is ‘mock MDT’ practice in small groups. Its first three years received excellent feedback.

The course will be online with lots of interaction in all sessions including Q&A with a panel of international experts.

The course fee is £40 but free to UKI NETS Members.

CPD points (six) have been applied for.

Registration

Registration for NETs for Newcomers Online is now open!

Registration Type

Registration Fee

Member

Free

Non-Member

£40

*prices quoted are in pounds (GBP)

Register your attendance at UKI NETS Online below:

Member Registration

 Non-Member Registration

Join UKI NETS

Please note the deadline for Membership Applications ahead of the NETs for Newcomers event will be Monday 17th May 2021.

Programme

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Delegate Documents

Confirmation will be sent to all participants in written form via email after completing registration. Further instructions for joining the online event will be sent to your registered email address prior to the 28 May 2021. Please avoid using an NHS email address where possible as these are subject to enhanced spam filtering and may block these communications.

Online Payment

All payments for the meeting must be made in GBP.

The preferred payment method for the conference is on-line payment with a credit/debit card. Upon providing your personal details in the on-line form, you will be automatically redirected to the WorldPay secure payment site before confirming your registration on the final page of the form. An automatic payment receipt is sent by email from WorldPay if the payment is processed successfully.

It is important that you click the ‘FINISH’ button and request confirmation via email, failure to do so will mean your registration will not be complete and may delay entry to the online event.

Bioscientifica Ltd is the professional meeting organiser for the NETs for Newcomers Online Meeting.Bioscientifica Ltd recommends that all delegates take out insurance to cover their registration costs to cover the case that they are unable to attend or the event is cancelled for any unforeseen reason. Bioscientifica Ltd takes no responsibility for reimbursing delegates’ expenses to attend the online event.

FAQ’s

How will it work?

The NETs for Newcomers course will be conducted entirely online, with all attendees registering prior to the event. Full joining instructions will be sent to your registered email address in advance of the event.

Are the sessions live or pre-recorded?

All sessions will be pre-recorded by each speaker however, during sessions there will be a live text chat box Q&A giving you the chance to pose your questions to our speakers/ panel, and gain their insights.

Terms & Conditions can be found here…

Contact Us

For further information please contact the UKI NETS Office at:

Tel: 01454 642 277

Email: ukinets@endocrinology.org

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ENETS Educational Programme

If you are a member of UKINETS you are also entitled to membership of ENETS which is covered by the membership fee.

Using this initiative you are also eligible to register for the ENETs online CME modules which cover some basic education about NETS as well as some modules based around important guidelines. You can register for access here.

ENETS modules