This year marks 20 years since the inception of the UK and Ireland Neuroendocrine Tumour Society. The UKI NETS 18th Annual conference will be held online with live content from the 30th November – 3 December 2020. We want to continue to support our NET community and to promote collaborations, education and advancement of practice in the field of NETs during these uncertain times.
This year we will bring you four days of exciting online content and the opportunity to hear from fellow clinicians, scientists, nurses and allied health care workers involved in the care and service of neuroendocrine tumour (NET) patients.
This is the leading NET conference in the UK & Ireland; join us online this winter to connect with colleagues and peers for a valuable programme full of presentations from NET experts and panel discussions; as well as the opportunity to hear more about the advances in NET Diagnostic Approaches and Treatments over the last 20 years.
Our 2020 programme has been designed to increase your understanding of NET therapy by providing you with case based sessions, panel discussions and featured talks by experts from across the NET community. There will also be the opportunity to have your questions answered by our live panel experts via text box audience Q&A.
Full Programme available soon.
Submit your abstract and you’ll promote your standing as a thought-leader in the speciality. Encourage your colleagues and peers to submit their work as well, enabling them to gain the national recognition they deserve.
It is important that you verify your email on our abstract submission system before submitting your abstract. Verifying your email will ensure you receive your confirmation after submission. Abstracts should be a maximum of 350 words.
Please note that the deadline for abstract submission is Monday 12th October 2020. There will be no extensions.
Abstracts will be presented as either oral communications or as ePosters, which will be available on demand for delegates to view in the UKI NETS members’ area throughout the conference.
If you have any questions regarding your Abstract, or wish to withdraw a submitted Abstract, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Call for cases
We invite all early career trainees to submit their cases. These should be every day challenges which you have faced in clinic. Submissions will be reviewed, with the top three selected to present as part of the NET MDT Session, with a full panel debate from fielded experts and audience Q&A throughout.
Submit your case
- Present a summary of your case in bullet points
- Identify the interesting / learning points of the case
- Ensure that radiology / nuclear medicine / histopathology images and biomarkers will be available if your case is accepted for presentation
- Identify the name of the Institution and the Consultant (including his/her contact details) who was responsible for patient’s management.
Please send us an email to email@example.com with the above information.
Registration for UKI NETS online is now open. Fees for 2020 have been updated. This year’s educational content will also be available on demand and free of charge to all UKI NETS members, and uploaded in the Membership area of the UKI NETS website. Please click here for more information and to register….
How will it work?
The UKI NETS annual conference 2020 will be conducted entirely online, with all attendees registering prior to the event. Once registered, instructions will be sent via email with a simple joining link and the webinar environment will load on the attendee’s computer. You will be required to either enter your UKI NETS membership number and password (if you are a member) or enter a password to access the webinar. Instructions will be sent 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.
Once the webinar is over, will I have access to the materials and recording?
UKI NETS will be hosting all sessions within the member area post-transmission, meaning members can re-watch any of the sessions again at a time that suits them.
For further information please contact the UKI NETS Office at:
Tel: 01454 642 277