NICE joins project to make development of new treatments more efficient
NICE is partner of a new public-private project which aims to identify activities that can make the development and regulation of medicines more efficient.
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NICE’s latest guideline aims to improve survival rates and reduce variation in the care of patients with melanoma, currently the fastest growing form of cancer.
28 July 2015
Poor hospital discharge practice is leading to unnecessary patient suffering and millions in wasted resources, according to a new report.
21 July 2015
NICE is well respected, credible and trusted by the public, clinicians and other stakeholders, in part due to its impartiality and independence, a review of NICE has concluded.
21 July 2015
The NICE Annual Review 2014-15 is now available and offers a snapshot of our work over the past 12 months.
20 July 2015
Safeguarding in care homes, adoption in looked after children and young people, and support for carers are among social care topics being considered for new NICE guidance and quality standards.
17 July 2015
Adults with atrial fibrillation (AF) should be prescribed newer medications instead of aspirin for the prevention of stroke, says NICE.
09 July 2015