Each year the Public Involvement Programme runs a set of workshops to help patient, carer and service user organisations learn more about NICE's activities and the opportunities to participate in NICE's work.

What are masterclasses?

At each Masterclass, speakers will introduce participants to the range of NICE guidance, standards and advice that we produce. Interactive exercises will enhance participants’ NICE knowledge and explore how the work we do might be relevant to their organisation. There are also opportunities for questions and discussion to help participants get the most out of the day.

How long do masterclasses last?

The classes usually last a day and refreshments are provided.

Our next masterclass

This will be an Intro to NICE. It has been designed for patient, carer, service user and voluntary organisations working in the health and social care arena who would like to know more about NICE, the range of work we do and ways they can get involved.

View the agenda for more information about what the event will cover.

How to book

If you would like to attend please contact PIP@nice.org.uk, 0161 870 3020.

Venue

NICE, 10 Spring Gardens, London, SW1A 2BU.

Date

22 November 2017

Cost

The masterclasses are free for patient, carer, service user and voluntary organisations working in the health and social care arena who are unfamiliar with the range of NICE products and processes (such as those who have only been involved in one aspect of NICE’s work) or would like to be updated on new developments. 

Refreshments are provided. We are not able to reimburse travel or subsistence expenses.

Are there limits on who can attend?

Due to the popularity of these training sessions, we usually limit places to one person per organisation, and on a ‘first come, first served basis'.

Future masterclasses

If you would like to express an interest in upcoming masterclasses, or if you would like to suggest topics for future masterclasses, please contact PIP@nice.org.uk - 0161 870 3020.