NextGEN ENETS Scientific Workshop 2022

The NextGEN ENETS Scientific Workshop 2022 took place on 7 to 8 October 2022 in Knivsta, Sweden.


A Europe in which every NET patient has access to the best possible nursing care.


To be the voice of NET nurses in Europe and the rest of the world and to promote research, education and standardisation of care.


  • Strengthening ties across Europe to promote multi-disciplinary team approach
    • Members of ENETS
    • 2 nurse representatives as part of ENETS Advisory Board and to aim for nurses to have full voting rights in the ENETS Advisory Board.
    • Nurse presence at ENETS, continue to support reduced rates for nurses at ENETS conference.
    • Nurses actively involved in other related organisations.
    • Reaching out to nurses throughout Europe to promote increased involvement with NET nurses both in Europe and around the world and for ENETS nurses steering group to have specialist nurse representation across Europe.
  • Promoting standardisation of nursing care throughout Europe
    • Nurse representation in updating and standards of care guidelines.
    • Publishing data.
    • Advocate the importance of access to expert nurses.
    • Presentations at meetings and conferences.
  • Initiating and collaborating in NET research programmes
    • Develop nurse-based research programmes throughout Europe.
    • Participate and promote interdisciplinary research programmes.
    • Educate patients and families/carers about clinical research and the importance of this in the development of future treatments.
    • Advocate patient participation in research design.
  • Providing up-to-date, evidence-based information and educational initiatives for nurses
    • Identify educational needs, help promote and encourage access to NET competency framework when available.
    • Provide up to date information and training materials on the website, look at ways to use ENETS nurses' forum as a tool for identifying needs, communication and answering queries.
    • Nurse representatives to be involved in updating of treatment and standards of care guidelines.
    • Working to increase nurse attendance at relevant conferences.
  • Building relationships with advocacy groups across Europe
    • Patient advocacy representation within the NET nurses working group/steering committee.
    • Continue to have close ties with INCA and its member groups. Look to becoming involved with organisations across the world such as NANETS.

NET Nurse Education

Click below to view NET nurse education materials.

Junior Faculty

13 participants from all over Europe attended this workshop:

  • Niloefar Ahmadi Bidakhvidi, Belgium

  • Oana Ciobanu, Romania

  • Dominique Clement, United Kingdom

  • Alejandro Garcia Alvarez, Spain

  • Damian Jacenik, Poland

  • Anna La Salvia, Italy

  • Eleonora Lauricella, Italy

  • Bettina Lehman, Germany

  • Alberto Lens Pardo, Spain

  • Laura MariĆ«n, Belgium

  • Olof Pettersson, Sweden

  • Tobias Stemann Lau, Denmark

  • Maria Wedin, Sweden


Senior Faculty

  • Anne Couvelard, France, ENETS Scientific Secretary
  • Ashley Grossman, United Kingdom, Journal of Neuroendocrinology
  • Eva Tiensuu Janson, Sweden, ENETS Chair
  • Peter Lind, Sweden, Lecturer in rhetoric, Stockholm University
  • Marianne Pavel, Germany, ENETS Vice Chair
  • John Ramage, United Kingdom, ENETS Executive Committee member