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The best way of keeping up to date with everything NICE has produced is to subscribe to NICE news, our monthly email newsletter which contains news and information on our entire range of guidance, quality standards, news on QOF and NHS Evidence, as well as a complete list of guidance and tools produced that month.

e-alerts

The NICE website currently provides the facility to register to receive daily, weekly or monthly email alerts. To change how often you receive your alerts or to unsubscribe from alerts, log in to the website and choose from the options listed.

Feedback from users on these alerts indicates that the facility is not as useful as it could be. When we launch our new website we will no longer be providing the e-alert service; instead we will be enhancing our RSS feed service. In the meantime, sign up for NICE news to make sure you are kept up to date.

NICE News

NICE news is our free monthly e-newsletter, available to everyone, keeping you up to date with important developments at NICE. Sign up for direct access to features, stories, consultations, implementation advice and published and forthcoming guidance topics. Register to receive NICE news.

Update for primary care

Update for primary care is our new electronic newsletter for primary care professionals in England and Wales. To subscribe, send an email with your name, job title and email address to sanjay.tanday@nice.org.uk

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