We are now less than a month away from opening the doors to the 14th National UKINETS Conference, being held in its new location of the London Institute of Child Health.
On the 5 December we will be welcoming professionals in the field to discuss the latest developments and best practice to ensure the field of neuroendocrine tumours develops and progresses into the future.
Highlights will include interactive and case-based review of the new ENETS guidelines with talks from Mohid Khan (Midgut NETs), Judith Cave (Pancreatic NETs) & Wasat Mansoor (Bronchial NETs). John Ramage will also be giving an update on national incidence data from Public Health England, whilst Louise Izatt discusses ‘Where NETs fit in with the 100,000 genome project’.
A fierce debate is also on the programme, with 3 past presidents of the Society debating on which specialty is best placed to manage patients with NETs, an update on the exciting work carried out by the 2015 recipient of the TransNET grant and a look into the horizon of upcoming NET therapies. There will also be an Open Clinical session for those who specialise with NETs and an Oral Communications session, providing an opportunity for high scoring abstracts to present their work.
The full programme with confirmed speakers can be downloaded here.
To register and to find out more about UKI NETS 2016, please visit our Conference page…