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Shared learning: implementing NICE guidance

Have you got some tips to share with other organisations on implementing NICE guidance?

Perhaps you've come up with an innovative system to flag up specific recommendations to a particular department. Or perhaps you're looking for an innovative way to overcome a particular problem faced by your team when trying to implement a particular set of NICE recommendations.

Our quality assurance process ensures that all examples appearing in the database meet a minimum requirement.

Further information:

The QIPP collection on the NICE Evidence Services website also provides evidence to support quality and productivity at a local level. The QIPP collection does not constitute NICE guidance; however, many examples are supported by NICE guidance and thus represent practical examples of using guidance. The lessons from implementing NICE guidance in the shared learning database, and how to approach implementation, apply equally to this collection of examples.

This page was last updated: 17 October 2013

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