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Wednesday 21 May 2008

NICE wants to meet you and hear your questions.

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NICE public Board Meeting

Every two months the NICE Board holds its meeting in a different venue; moving from region to region to ensure that all those interested in our work can come along to hear about the latest developments at NICE and question the Board about policy.

NICE Question Time
A question time session is held exclusively for those working in the health services and public health sectors before the main Board Meeting. This session offers a great opportunity for you to raise any questions you have about our work.

May's Board Meeting will focus on the work of our Centre for Clinical Practice and the Implementation work programme with:

NICE Question Time - Bangor, Wales

The Question Time session precedes the Board Meetings.
Professor Peter Littlejohns, Clinical and Public Health Director at NICE, will give a brief presentation on the latest work of the clinical guidelines programme followed by a short presentation from Dr Gillian Leng, Deputy Chief Executive and Implementation Director at NICE. Attendees will have an opportunity to put their questions to Peter Littlejohns, Gillian Leng and Andrew Dillon, Chief Executive at NICE.

NICE Question Time is only open to NHS staff and those working in the public health sector.

NICE Question Time - Bangor, Wales

  • Open to Public Health and NHS staff ONLY
  • Time: 12.30-1.30pm
  • Lunch is provided from 12 noon.

NICE Board Meeting

  • Time: 1.45pm

Venue:

Ymddiriedolaeth GIG Gogledd Orllewin Cymru/North West Wales NHS Trust,
Ysbyty Gwynedd, Bangor,
Gwynedd, LL57 2PW

Board papers:


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