RSS

List of RSS feeds

Published Appraisals Published technology appraisals
Appraisals in development Technology appraisals in development
Published clinical guidelines Published clinical guidelines
Clinical guidelines in development Clinical guidelines in development
Press releases Press releases

What is RSS?

RSS is short for Really Simple Syndication. RSS makes use of an XML code that constantly scans the content of a website for updates and then broadcasts those updates to all subscribers through a feed.

RSS feeds keep you in touch with sources of news and features that interest you and allow you to see when new content has been added to a website. To receive RSS feeds, you must have news feeder software installed on your computer.

How do I get a news feeder?

There are a number of news feeders available on the web, many of them free, which can be accessed by either a browser or as a downloadable application. Some browsers, including Firefox,Opera and Safari, automatically pick up RSS feeds for you. For more details on these, please check their websites.

Windows users:
FeedDemon
Awasu
Newz Crawler

Mac OS X users:
NetNewsWire
Newsfire

Related internet link:
RSS Newsreaders (Google)

We are not responsible for the content of external internet sites

Adding NICE RSS feeds to your newsreader

You can subscribe to a NICE RSS feed in these ways:

  • Drag the orange RSS button into your news feeder
  • Drag the URL of the RSS feed into your news feeder
  • Cut and paste the URL of the RSS feed into your news feeder

NICE RSS feeds display the latest headlines with a short summary, and a link that takes you to the full story.

If you use one of these news feeders, simply click on the button to subscribe to the NICE RSS feed.

Web-based readers:

bloglines
myyahoo
newsgator

Adding NICE content to your website

NICE RSS feeds allow you to display NICE content on your website. Any content displayed should be attributed to NICE. You may not use the NICE logo or any other NICE trademark.

We reserve the right to prevent the distribution of NICE content. Please read our copyright statement for further details.

This page was last updated: 15 July 2010

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