Help develop NICE guidance
There are several different ways you can help NICE develop its guidance. This could be by commenting on drafts of NICE guidance or by joining a committee or working group that is developing the guidance.
'How to' guides
Handbooks for patients, carers and members of the public wanting to get involved in NICE's work programmes are available. Please use the links below to download a copy.
Contributing to NICE guidelines
This guide explains how individuals and organisations can get involved in developing NICE guidelines.
Contributing to a technology appraisal: help for patients and carers
The following guides have been developed to support national patient and carer groups and patient experts who are involved with NICE's technology appraisals.
Information for national patient and carer groupsWe have written these documents for national patient and carer organisations who participate, or are interested in participating, in NICE's technology appraisals.
These hints and tips documents have been written to support your organisation in putting forward a successful patient expert nomination.
These are the templates for patient organisation submissions
Information for patient experts
These documents are for people who are attending the Technology Appraisal Committee meeting as a patient or carer expert. It contains general information on what to expect as a Patient Expert, how you can prepare for the meeting, what you might expect in the meeting, and what will happen afterwards.
These are the templates for patient expert statements
If you have any questions or would like further information about participating in technology appraisals, please contact the Public Involvement Advisers for technology appraisals, Heidi Livingstone on 020 7045 2183 or Chloe Kastoryano on 020 7045 2188.
Contributing to NICE interventional procedure - a guide for patients & carers
This guide shows you how you can contribute to the development of interventional procedure guidance. It takes you through the process from start to finish, and shows how both individuals and organisations can take part.
It is written for individual patients and carers and patient and carer organisations.
Find out how different teams at NICE select their topics for development into information, advice and guidance.