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Shared learning: implementing NICE guidance

Have you got some tips to share with other organisations on implementing NICE clinical or public health guidance? Or would you like to learn from other people's experiences? If so, the Institute's 'shared learning' database can help.

We're looking for jargon-free, easy to understand examples of how you have successfully met the challenges - and overcome the pitfalls - of putting NICE guidance into practice.

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 clinical or public health 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 quality standard.

All submissions will now be entered into the new NICE Shared Learning Award

 

This page was last updated: 18 February 2010

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