Fees and Application

Membership Fees

There are two levels of payment according to occupation.

Clinicians and Consultants

 

Membership fee: £95

 

Trainees**, Nurses and Scientists

 

Membership fee: £30

 

Allied Health Professional

 

Membership fee: £30

 

** A trainee is defined as anyone who has not yet reached the date of completion of their training nor achieved consultant status.  Trainees are eligible for a reduced subscription rate until completion of training is achieved when they will automatically pay the full member rate.  The date of completion of training must be provided when applying for membership and the trainee must notify the UKI NETS Office if completion is achieved before that date.  The maximum period for this category of membership is 3 years, after which the trainee will automatically be moved to a full member rate.

Application for UKI NETS Membership

Applications are now invited for membership of the UK and Ireland Neuroendocrine Tumour Society (UKI NETS).

Download application form

Applications for membership must be accompanied by payment of the first year’s membership fee. The paper application should be returned to the UKI NETS Office, UK & Ireland Neuroendocrine Tumour Society, Euro House, 22 Apex Court, Woodlands, Bradley Stoke, Bristol, BS32 4JT, UK

Applications will be reviewed by the UKI NETS Secretary on a monthly basis. After approval, applicants will receive correspondence from the UKI NETS Office confirming their membership.

The membership year runs from 1st January to 31st December. Applicants will be expected to pay the full year’s membership fee in their first year, regardless of when their application is approved. The membership fee will not be reduced on a pro-rata basis. If you apply for membership during the period 1 September to 31 December, your membership payment will cover the remainder of that year and all of the following year. Membership renewals will be requested in October.

Members who have not paid their annual membership fee will not be entitled to vote at Annual General Meeting.