Neuroendocrine Tumours (NETs) – A Nurses’ Guide to Diagnosis, Treatments and Nursing Management
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The CANO/ACIO education committee reviewed and approved the content. This educational program was created through support from Ipsen.

Learning Objectives:

  • Recognize signs and symptoms of the most common types of NETs.
  • Review diagnostic process and treatment options for NETs.
  • Explore best practices for symptom management and resources for patient support and education.


English Version:

Speaker: Zoe Ignacio, RN, BN, CON(C)

Zoe Ignacio is a medical oncology clinic nurse at CancerCare Manitoba who specializes in sarcoma, gastrointestinal, genitourinary and neuroendocrine cancers. 

Zoe has extensive experience in medical and radiation oncology across various disease areas, having most recently held several nursing and education roles at Health Sciences Centre in Winnipeg. She has provided nurses with clinical education as a training coordinator, mentor and preceptor and is passionate about sharing her knowledge on neuroendocrine cancers with others.


Version française:

Conférencière: Daphnee Lamoussenery, RN, BScN

Détentrice d'un baccalauréat en science infirmière de l'Université de Moncton au Nouveau Brunswick, Daphnée Lamoussenery travaille depuis plus de 15 ans exclussivement en oncologie dont 7 a titre d'infirmière pivot en oncologie au centre universitaire de santé McGill. Elle met à profit sa passion et sa riche expérience clinique en oncologie pour partager ses connaissance sur les cancer neuroendocrines.


Last updated: August 21, 2018

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