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How to use NICE slide sets

Slide sets have been designed to help raise awareness of the NICE guidance and issues that it may pose for clinical or public health practice. It provides a framework for discussing the guidance with a variety of audiences.

The slide sets do not replace the NICE guidance, but act as a prompt to the detail within these documents. Health and social care professionals should be encouraged to read the original NICE recommendations that the slides are based upon.

The series of slides allow you to choose the most appropriate ones for your target audience. They have been designed for use with health and social care professionals and trainees, commissioning and service managers and clinical effectiveness leads.

You may want to incorporate slides from other presentations, or to include some general information about NICE.

In the "notes" section of each slide is further information, don't forget to read this!

The hyperlinks only work when operating the slide show and if connected to the internet.

You can incorporate your organisation's logo into a slide set.

To insert your own logo into a NICE slide set:

  1. Open the slide set in MS Powerpoint
  2. From the top menu choose View > Master > Slide master
  3. From the top menu choose Insert > Picture > From file
  4. Navigate to your logo, highlight and choose Insert
  5. Resize the logo if necessary, and place on the page
  6. Choose Close master slide or View > Normal from the top menu

To include your logo on the first page as well:

  1. Follow steps 1 - 5 above
  2. Highlight your logo and copy (Edit > copyor Right click > copy)
  3. Choose Close master slide or View > Normal from the top menu
  4. Navigate to the first page and paste (Edit > pasteor Right click > paste)

This page was last updated: 09 September 2011

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