7. The services we offer
The main functions of NICE are to provide guidance in the fields of public health, interventional procedures, heath technologies and clinical guidelines and social care. NICE also provides a web-based service, Evidence Resources, that helps people find, access and use high-quality clinical and non-clinical evidence and best practice the NHS and the accreditation of evidence providers.
The Implementation Directorate ensures effective dissemination of guidance to the appropriate target audiences and actively engages with the NHS, local government and the wider community and provides tools to support putting NICE guidance into practice
Charges and copyright
There is currently no charge for accessing information held by NICE but this will be kept under review and any changes explained in this publication scheme. The copyright in the material listed in this Publication Scheme is owned by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence unless otherwise stated.
The supply of documents under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 does not give the recipient of that information the right to re-use the documents in a way that would infringe the copyright of NICE or any third party copyright, for example, by commercial use. Brief extracts of the material may be reproduced under the fair dealing provisions of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 for the purposes of research for non-commercial purposes, private study, criticism, review and news reporting.
Further details are available on the Terms and conditions of use web page.
This page was last updated: 17 January 2014