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Join the Commissioning reference panel

NICE is recruiting additional members to join its Commissioning reference panel and to support the NICE commissioning programme. Members will have access to excellent networking and development opportunities whilst actively supporting the commissioning of evidence-based care which is cost-effective and focussed on driving up quality and improving outcomes.

Purpose of the panel

The panel supports the NICE commissioning programme in the development of NICE support for commissioning by providing rapid, formal and informal feedback and support around the commissioning agenda for health, public health and social care.

Click here for more information about the NICE commissioning programme.

Membership and commitment

Information about the commitment and responsibilities of panel members

If you are actively involved in the commissioning of services in health, public health and social care and / or have experience of service redesign and a broad understanding of the commissioning agenda this could be an opportunity for you.

The Commissioning Reference Panel is a ‘virtual' body and meetings are not normally held. However, bi-annual workshop events / meetings may be held. At least 6 weeks advance notice of the dates will be given to members. Members may also be invited to attend a topic-specific advisory group meeting when supporting the development of a resource although this is not the case for all resources.

Members also have opportunities to become involved in a range of NICE work streams such as NICE Quality standards, Clinical Commissioning Group Outcomes Indicator Set and NICE Evidence Services.

How to apply

If you would like to receive an application form, have any questions or wish to discuss the role further, please contact Maxine Adrian-Fleet, Commissioning adviser - email: maxine.adrian-fleet@nice.org.uk

This page was last updated: 05 December 2013

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