Education and teaching are major goals at ENETS. Thanks to the involvement of ENETS education board and pharma partnerships, ENETS has implemented a programme of webinars (90 minutes) and podcasts (10 minutes) with the objective to check progress on most moving fields of NEN management. State-of-the art and unmet needs will be highlighted. We expect fruitful and numerous discussions and hope this programme will help encourage better care and research for our patients.
ENETS Next Webinar "ABC in NEN" on 27 January 2021
The ENETS Education Board is delighted to offer a webinar "ABC in NEN”.
When: Wednesday, 27 January 2021
Time: 18:00 – 19:30 Central European Time (CET)
Registration is not necessary and the webinar is free of charge
Dear colleagues and friends,
Welcome to the "exciting and adventurous" world of neuroendocrine neoplasms (NEN)!
These clinical entities are not as rare as it was previously thought, and we are sure that you have started seeing them more frequently in your daily practice. Therefore, we feel that some basic knowledge on how to characterise a neuroendocrine neoplasm and how to arrange a proper diagnostic work-up in those patients could be very useful.
A panel of experts from multiple disciplines will deliver short presentations and there will be a panel discussion including clinical cases as well.
We look forward to welcoming you online!
Agenda for the webinar on 27 January 2021
Title: ABC in NEN
Date: Wednesday, 27 January 2021
Time: 18:00 - 19:30 CET (Central European Time)
Introduction agenda and speakers
PART 1: How to characterise NEN / Implications on the choice of treatment
Moderator: Eric BAUDIN - Endocrine Oncologist
- A pathologist's perspective - Marie-Louise VAN VELTHUYSEN, Histopathologist
- How to recognise a NET from a NEC
- How to recognise a pheo/paraganglioma
- WHO classification
- A radiologist's perspective - Anders SUNDIN, Radiologist
- How to perform a staging with conventional imaging
- TNM classification
- A nuclear medicine physician's perspective - Valentina AMBROSINI, Nuclear Medicine Physician
- Which PET for which patient for primary detection, staging or theragnostic applications
- A clinician's perspective - PART 1 - Joakim CRONA, Clinical Oncologist
- Functioning syndromes, non-functioning tumors and biomarkers
- How not to miss an MTC or a pheo/paraganglioma
- A clinician's perspective - PART 2 - Anna KOUMARIANOU, Medical Oncologist
- Recapitulate NECs, including biomarkers
- A clinician's perspective - PART 3 - Gregory KALTSAS, Endocrinologist
- When to think about inherited syndromes and risk factors
- What are the implications of NEN characterisation on the choice of treatment?
- Surgeon's perspective - Elisabeth NIEVEEN VAN DIJKUM, Surgeon
- Physician's perspective - Marc PEETERS, Medical Oncologist
PART 2: Panel discussion including clinical cases
Moderator: Christos TOUMPANAKIS - Gastroenterologist
- Massimo MILIONE - Histopathologist
- Anders SUNDIN - Radiologist
- Valentina AMBROSINI - Nuclear Medicine Physician
- Joakim CRONA - Clinical Oncologist
- Anna KOUMARIANOU - Medical Oncologist
- Marc PEETERS - Medical Oncologist
- Gregory KALTSAS - Endocrinologist
- Elisabeth NIEVEEN VAN DIJKUM - Surgeon
Q&A's related to above-listed topics as well as:
- Examples of misclassifications and difficult classifications
- Metastatic NET of unknown primary
- NEC challenges
- Pancreatic NEN associated with MEN-1
Moderator: Eric BAUDIN, Endocrine Oncologist
ENETS Webinar Archive
ENETS has hosted four webinars in the ENETS Webinar Series 2020. The first two pilot webinas on the general aspects of managing NEN patients in the COVID-19 era, including SSTR targeted therapies and the use of PRRT took place on 11 June 2020. A webinar on somatostatin analogues including combination and maintenance therapy took place on 8 October 2020. The last webinar on ESMO highlights and new data from randomised studies took place on 5 November 2020.
ENETS Webinar Series 2021
The ENETS webinar series is designed to enable NET physicians to share their experiences on specific “hot topics” or controversies with NET peers. Q&A from the audience via chat function throughout the sessions will be encouraged.
All you need is an electronic device and an internet connection
These webinars are provided by ENETS for its members and the wider NET community. The webinars are free to all and are designed primarily for NET-dedicated physicians and clinicians - you do not need to be an ENETS member to join us for these live and virtual events.
Please regularly check oout the website for information on upcoming webinars. All live webinars will be recorded and made available on the ENETS' website after the event.