Searchable abstracts of presentations at key conferences in endocrinology

ea0096p12 | Section | UKINETS2023

Co-production of Patient Information: a model for future practice?

Nikie Jervis Miss , Bouvier-Ellis Mrs Catherine

Background: Liver transplantation for cancer is evolving offering new opportunities for selected Neuroendocrine Cancer patients in terms of improvements in survival and quality of life. According to the British Medical Association, good quality patient information is fundamental to effective, patient-centred, quality care. It rightly considers patients as partners in their care, empowering them to have a better understanding of their health or illness, to make...

ea0096p13 | Section | UKINETS2023

Neuroendocrine cancer: an ideal patient care pathway - addressing inequities in diagnosis, care and support

Nikie Jervis Miss , Catherine Bouvier-Ellis Mrs , Morgan Ms. Lucy , Hooper Ms. Jessica

Background: Neuroendocrine neoplasms (NENs), include a diverse group of rare neuroendocrine cancers that have increased in incidence in England, by 371%, over the last 3 decades. Prevalence has also risen, with NENs now the 10th most prevalent malignancy in England. Despite this increase, awareness remains low, even amongst healthcare professionals, and patients face significant inequities throughout the entire care pathway, from presentation to follow on care...