NICE International

Our aim is to help countries improve their nation's health and wellbeing. We do this by sharing our expertise in guideline development and health technology assessment.

We collaborate the world over to help health organisations, ministries and government agencies:

  • make better and more cost-effective health and care decisions
  • allocate finite resources
  • improve care quality
  • reduce variation in access to care.

NICE International is a not-for-profit advisory service. We charge a fee for our services to cover our costs, but we can sometimes get funding to help with this.

Contact usAbout NICE International

How can we help you?

If you're not sure what you need, please send us an email. We'll work with you to understand your needs and tailor our support to meet them.

I want expert advice and support

Get advice about the use of evidence-based decision making in health and social care. We can give practical advice and support to help you improve health and social care in your country.

Consultancy services

I want someone to speak at my event

Request a talk from one of our experts for your healthcare event. We can send a representative from NICE, or an expert from our UK network, to speak at events around the world.

Speaking engagements

I want to understand how NICE works

Learn about our programmes, methods and processes through an educational seminar. We can help you understand who we are, what we do and our position in the English health and social care system.

Knowledge transfer seminars

I want to use NICE guidance in my country

Find out how to publish, share, translate and adapt our content for use in your country. Get permission to use our content in products such as books and training materials.

Content licensing services

Where we work

We work with health organisations in the UK and around the world. We've delivered over 140 engagements in 45 countries since 2018.

Many of our engagements come from established links with other organisations. These include the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office, the Department for International Trade, and British embassies abroad. Their involvement helps us develop relationships with other countries and they can sometimes act as a funding source.

Examples of our work

In 2020, we organised a webinar for international organisations to learn about NICE's response to COVID-19. Over 300 people from 42 countries attended.