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Clinical guideline and quality standard stakeholder registration form

Please read the accompanying notes before completing this clinical guideline and quality standard registration form, including how NICE defines stakeholders for clinical guidelines and quality standards.

Individuals are unable to register as stakeholders for clinical guidelines and quality standards. If you are an individual or an organisation that does not fit our definition of stakeholder, you can still contribute to the development of a clinical guideline or quality standard via an appropriate national, professional or patient organisation.

Completing the form

This is the form for registering interest in the clinical guidelines and quality standards programmes. Please name one person from your organisation as the contact. Indicate which topics you are interested in by ticking the box, and give a very brief description of why your organisation should be considered a stakeholder.

Sending the form

Stakeholders will be accepted at any time during the development process and can participate in all consultation stages. Please consult our website for detailed information on the progress of development and the consultation stages for each topic.

Your completed form will be submitted to the Guidelines team. If you have not received a confirmation within 28 days of completing the form, if you have any difficulties completing the form, or require a paper copy, please email guidelines@nice.org.uk.

Once you have become a registered stakeholder we will inform you about each new programme of guideline and quality standard topics. If you move organisations, are no longer the NICE contact for your organisation or would like to be removed from our database for any other reason, please email guidelines@nice.org.uk.

Contact details

Title
First name
Surname
Email
Telephone
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Job title

This organisation represents: (please tick one)

Patient/carers Commercial companies
Health professionals Research organisations
Private healthcare NHS Trust
Cochrane Group Social care
Statutory Health Authority
NHS Networks Both patient/carers and health professionals

Organisation Name
Address 1
Address 2
Address 3
City
County
Postcode
Country

Interest in Clinical Guidelines and reviews, Quality Standards and Short Clinical Guidelines produced by the centre for Clinical Practice

Please note:

  • Topics marked (update) are full updates to a published clinical guideline. Stakeholders registered for the original guideline will be automatically registered for the update.
  • Topics marked (update SC) are standing committee updates to a published clinical guideline, updating only discrete parts of the published guidance. For information on this update process please see here on our website. Stakeholders registered for the original guideline will be automatically registered for the standing committee rapid update.
  • For information on quality standards please see the quality standards section of the website. Stakeholders registered for an associated clinical guideline will be automatically registered for the quality standard.
  • For information on guideline surveillance please see the surveillance section of the website. Stakeholders registered for an associated clinical guideline will be automatically registered for the surveillance.

Topics Reasons for your organisation's interest in this guideline
Acute coronary syndromes (quality standard and surveillance)
Acute heart failure
Acute kidney injury (quality standard)
Acute medical emergencies, service guidance
Acutely ill patients in hospital (surveillance)
Advanced breast cancer (update SC)
Alcohol: preventing harmful alcohol use in the community (public health quality standard)
Anaemia management in chronic kidney disease (update)
Anaphylaxis (surveillance)
Antenatal and postnatal mental health (update)
Antenatal care (surveillance)
Antibiotics for neonatal infection (quality standard)
Asthma
Atrial fibrillation (update)
Autism (surveillance)
Barrett's oesophagus ablative therapy (surveillance)
Bipolar disorder (update)
Bladder cancer
Bronchiolitis
Caesarean section (surveillance)
Care of the dying adult
Cerebral palsy
Challenging behaviour and learning disabilities
Children and young people with cancer (quality standard)
Children's attachment
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome / ME (surveillance)
Chronic kidney disease (update)
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (surveillance)
Cirrhosis
Coeliac disease
Colonoscopic surveillance (surveillance)
Colorectal cancer (update SC and surveillance)
Common mental health disorders (surveillance)
Complex fractures
Conduct disorders in children (quality standard)
Constipation in children and young people (quality standard and surveillance)
Critical illness rehabilitation (surveillance)
Delirium (quality standard)
Dental recall (surveillance)
Depression in children and young people (update SC)
Diabetes footcare (update)
Diabetes in children (update)
Diabetes in pregnancy (update)
Diarrhoea and/or vomiting in children (surveillance)
Donor breast milk (surveillance)
Drug allergy
Drug misuse - opioid detoxification (surveillance)
Dyspepsia
End of life care in children
Faecal incontinence (surveillance)
Falls (quality standard)
Fertility (quality standard)
Feverish illness in children (quality standard)
Food allergy (surveillance)
Fractures
Gallstones disease
Glaucoma (rapid update)
GORD in children
Head injury (quality standard)
Hepatitis B (quality standard)
Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (quality standard)
Improving outcomes in children and young people with cancer (surveillance)
Improving outcomes in haemato-oncology cancer (surveillance)
Induction of labour (quality standard and surveillance)
Infection control (quality standard)
Inflammatory bowel disease (quality standard)
Intrapartum care for high risk women
Intrapartum care (update)
Intravenous fluid therapy in adults
Intravenous fluid therapy in children
Irritable bowel syndrome (update SC)
Lipid modification (update)
Liver disease (non-alcoholic)
Long acting reversible contraception (update SC and surveillance)
Low back pain (update)
Macular degeneration
Major trauma
Male lower urinary tract symptoms (surveillance)
Malignant melanoma
Managing medicines in care homes (quality standard)
Medicines optimisation
Menopause
Mental health of people in prison
Mental health problems in people with learning disability
Metastatic Spinal Cord Compression (quality standard and surveillance)
Metastatic malignant disease of unknown origin (surveillance)
Motor-neurone disease
Multimorbidities
Myeloma
Multiple pregnancy (surveillance)
Multiple sclerosis (update)
Neonatal jaundice (surveillance)

Neutropenic sepsis

(surveillance)

Nocturnal enuresis (quality standard)
Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma
Nutrition support in adults (surveillance)
Obesity (update)
Obesity: prevention and management in children (public health quality standard)
OCD & BDD (surveillance)
Osteoarthritis (quality standard)
Pain and bleeding in early pregnancy (quality standard)
Parkinson's disease (update)
Personality disorders (quality standard and surveillance)
Physical activity (quality standard)
Physical health of people in prison
Postnatal care (update SC)
Post-traumatic stress disorder (surveillance)
Pneumonia
Pregnant women with complex social factors (surveillance)
Pressure ulcer management (update and quality standard)
Pre-term labour and birth
Preoperative tests (update)
Prophylaxis against infective endocarditis (surveillance)
Prostate cancer (quality standard)
Referral for suspected cancer (update)
Renal replacement therapy services (quality standard)
Respiratory tract infections (surveillance)
Sarcoma (quality standard and surveillance)
Schizophrenia in adults (quality standard)
Sedation in children (surveillance)
Self-harm (surveillance)
Sepsis
Seronegative arthropathies
Service user experience in adult mental health (surveillance)
Sickle cell crisis (quality standard)
Smoking: preventing tobacco use in the community (quality standard)
Spinal injury assessment
Surgical management of OME (surveillance)
Transfusion
Transient loss of consciousness in adults (quality standard)
Trauma services
Tuberculosis (update)
Tumours of the brain and central nervous system (surveillance)
Type 1 diabetes - adults (update)
Type 2 diabetes (update)
Upper airways tract cancer
Urinary incontinence in women (quality standard and surveillance)
Urinary tract infection in adults (quality standard)
Varicose veins (quality standard)
Violence and aggression (update)
When to suspect child maltreatment (surveillance)



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