UKI NETS 12th National Conference

The UKI NETS 12th National Conference will take place on 1st December 2014 at the Royal College of Physicians, London.

The location map and travel information can be found here.

The event aims to bring together professionals in the field of Neuroendocrine Tumours to discuss the latest developments and best practice.


The programme for the UKI NETS 2014 National Conference can be found here:

UKI NETS 12th National Conference Programme


UKI NETS 12th National Conference has applied to the Federation of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom for 6 category 1 (external) CPD credits.

For further information on the UKI NETS 12th National Conference please contact the UKI NETS Secretariat at or on 01454 642277.


Abstracts for the scientific symposium should be submitted by Monday 6 October 2014. Abstracts are welcome from both basic and clinical science in the subject area of all neuroendocrine tumours covered by UKINETS.

Abstracts are limited to 250 words and should be submitted using our online abstract system.

Submit your abstract

Abstract Submission

First authors of abstracts will be informed by 24 October 2014 if their abstract has been accepted as an oral communication or poster presentation.

Please note that by submitting an abstract you are agreeing to the UKINETS 2014 conference abstracts terms and conditions which can be found here.

Travel grants

The first author of the 30 highest scoring abstracts will receive a travel grant from the society. Further information on UKI NETS travel grants can be found on the Grants & Prizes page of the website.

Registration & fees

Member Registration

Non-member Registration

Registration* On or before 30 October 2014 After 30 October 2014
Full (member) £100 £125
Full (non-member) £150 £175
Trainee (member) £50 £75
Trainee (non-member) £75 £100
Nurse (member) FREE £25
Nurse (non-member) £25 £50
Corporate Registration (per person) £150 £175
* This covers your full participation in the meeting, including refreshments throughout.
Accommodation should be booked directly by delegates if required.

Sponsored by:

This meeting has been generously supported by educational grants from the following:

Ipsen      Novartis     Pfizer