Shared Learning Award 2019 finalist
We use the best available evidence to develop recommendations that guide decisions in health, public health and social care.
Critical assessment of evidence to help you make decisions. Advice, rather than formal NICE guidance.
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Set out priority areas for quality improvement in health and social care.
Interactive topic-based flowcharts that allow you to navigate our recommendations on any subject.
Guidance by programme
Review the evidence across broad health and social care topics.
Advice by programme
Review the evidence and likely costs of medical devices and technologies.
Products being developed or updated
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Reviewing the impact of our guidance
NICEimpact reports look at how the health and care system uses our recommendations to improve outcomes in priority areas.
NICEimpact mental health
How our evidence-based guidance contributes to improvements in the care of people with mental health conditions.
Putting guidance into practice
Examples of how our guidance and standards have been put into practice in the NHS, local authorities, voluntary sector and a range of other organisations.
Showing 3 of 17 shared learning examples for this topic:
How can we help people who are lonely?
In this podcast we chat to:
Neil McCarthy from not-for-profit organisation Octavia and Gill Roberts about schemes that help people who are lonely.
Val about her personal experiences living in an Octavia extra care scheme.
Kate Terroni, Oxfordshire Council’s Adult Social Care Director about how Amazon Echos can reduce social isolation.
Alive Activities about older people in care.