ETR logbook

The European Training Requirements (ETR) for NEN Medicine aim to support and define the professional development of medical specialists leading to improvement of quality of care across Europe. By ensuring the highest level of education and by harmonising the curriculum across countries trainees from different European member states and centres can obtain the same core clinical skills, allowing free movement of trainees across borders.

The advancement of the trainee in acquisition of European Training Requirements for NEN Medicine is collected in the logbook. The logbook is an objective and comprehensive collection of all relevant clinical experience of the trainee in the field of NEN Medicine. The trainee should fully document all acquired theoretical knowledge, competencies and supervision pertaining to the NEN curriculum in the logbook.

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All trainees are required to acquire the skills and knowledge as set out in the ETR logbook.

ENETS webinar series

Transferring research to education and teaching is a major goal at ENETS. Thanks to the involvement of ENETS education board and pharma partnerships, ENETS has implemented a programme of webinars (75 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.

The webinar series is intended for HCPs qualified by law to prescribe medicine.

Please note that to watch the live webinar, you will be required to log into MY ENETS.

(The ENETS webinar series is free of charge and no registration is necessary - you do not even need to be an ENETS member! All you need is a free ENETS account. You don't yet have an ENETS account? Create one here.)

ENETS guidance papers

Several guidelines on the management of neuroendocrine tumors have been published by ENETS and by various expert groups and societies over the past 20 years. Novel diagnostics and treatment options, as well as an aim to move towards an individualised approach, and precision medicine for our patients have developed over the past few years. The broadened diagnostic spectrum, multiple therapy options in general, options for choosing the most promising individual therapies, and therapy sequences have made their way into the clinics.

Learn more about the FIVE new publications in the Journal of Neuroendocrinology:

- ENETS guidance paper for functioning pancreatic NET syndromes published on 20 June 2023

- ENETS guidance paper for colorectal neuroendocrine tumours published on 2 June 2023

- ENETS guidance paper for gastroduodenal NET G1-G3 published on 20 May 2023

- ENETS guidance paper for digestive neuroendocrine carcinoma published on 1 March 2023

- ENETS guidance paper for carcinoid syndrome and carcinoid heart disease published on 25 April 2022

Inform yourself about ENETS educational initiatives

ENETS Podcasts

Click here to listen to ENETS podcasts and brush up on your NET knowledge.

ENETS Guidelines

Seven new ENETS guidance papers have been published in the Journal of Neuroendocrinology (open access).

ENETS members have access to ENETS and other NET-related articles in the Journal of Neuroendocrinology free of charge via their ENETS Account "MY ENETS".