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Advisory committee meetings

NICE has opened its standing advisory committee meetings to observers from the public and press. Holding committee meetings in public supports the Institute's commitment to having processes for developing guidance that are rigorous, open and transparent. It allows consultees and stakeholders to understand the basis for the acceptance or rejection of the various forms of evidence that are considered and illustrates how the committees take account of the evidence submitted by stakeholders and consultees

Common questions and answers about standing advisory committee meetings in public

If you are interested in attending a NICE committee meeting as part of a research project you are undertaking, for example, as part of a MSc dissertation, please review and follow the steps outlined on page 10 of the Common questions and answers about meetings in public document.

Standing Advisory Committee Meetings in Public

The following committee meetings are currently held in public. Please click on the meeting that you are interested in observing for more information and to register.

Accreditation Advisory Committee (AAC)

Clinical Commissioning Group Outcomes Indicator Set (CCGOIS) Advisory Committee

Clinical Guidelines Updates Standing Committee (CGU)

Diagnostics Advisory Committee (DAC)

Highly Specialised Technologies Evaluation Committee (HSTEC)

Interventional Procedures Advisory Committee (IPAC)

Local Government Reference Group (LGRG)

Medical Technologies Advisory Committee (MTAC)

Primary Care Quality and Outcomes Framework Indicator Advisory Committee (QOF)

Public Health Advisory Committee (PHAC)

Quality Standards Advisory Committee (QSAC)

Safe Staffing Advisory Committee (SSAC)

Technology Appraisal Advisory Committee (TAC)

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