Apply for a chance to receive a 1-day delegate pass worth £149 for the NICE Annual Conference 2018, 26 June, Hilton Manchester Deansgate. 

Closing date: Friday 26 January 2018, 5pm.

About the conference

NICE 2018: Improving health, improving lives packs 15 hours of content into just one day and includes:

  • renowned keynote speakers, including conference host, clinician and broadcaster Dr Phil Hammond
  • case studies from the frontline of quality improvement
  • plenary debates on the big issues facing healthcare in the UK
  • super-fast ‘lightning learning’ talks on everything from Devo Manc to cancer drugs, quality improvement, and apps and wearables.

The NICE bursary scheme

Patient, carer, service user and voluntary organisations and Healthwatches, have crucial roles to play in answering the questions that the conference will consider.

The NICE bursary scheme gives the opportunity for those organisations who otherwise may not have been able to attend to take part in that conversation. The NICE bursary offers a 1-day delegate pass for the conference, worth £149.

    Who can apply?

    • National patient, carer, service user and voluntary organisations.
    • Local and regional Healthwatch organisations.

    How to apply

    1. Read the terms and conditions document.
    2. Complete the application form.
    3. Send the completed application to bursary2018@nice.org.uk 

      or by post to: 
      NICE 2018 - conference bursary scheme
      Public Involvement Programme
      NICE
      Level 1, City Tower
      Piccadilly Plaza
      Manchester
      M1 4BT

    Closing date: Friday 26 January 2018, 5pm.

    How are bursaries selected?

    • Applications will be considered for eligibility by the NICE Public Involvement Programme.
    • Applications which meet the eligibility criteria will be selected for a bursary at random.
    • Successful applicants will be notified as soon as possible following the closing date.
    • Unsuccessful applicants will be entitled to book delegate passes at a discounted rate.

    We are committed to promoting equality and eliminating unlawful discrimination in our activities. 

    The bursary has allowed us to attend an event which we would not have been able to attend otherwise. More than that, it was informative, a learning experience and a great opportunity to network.

     
    A 2017 NICE conference attendee