Submit a case study to:

  • gain recognition for your work
  • showcase your achievements
  • support colleagues looking to learn and improve
  • have a chance to get shortlisted for the annual NICE Shared Learning Awards

For advice and tips on completing this form, please refer to our guide:

 Submitting a shared learning example - user guide  Word 100 KB

Your details

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Name and contact details
Where did you hear about the Shared Learning Database/Awards?
Are you willing to share your contact details and the content of your example on our website so other users can contact you?

About your shared learning example

To help us to understand the context of your example we need to know more about it.
Title of example

Title of example (avoid generic titles like 'implementing NICE guidance')

Description: Please briefly describe the project. The description should make reference to how the relevant NICE guidance/Quality Standard relates to your work, together with any particular recommendations or quality statements within them that have been implemented.

[Max. 1000 characters]

Does the example relate to the general implementation of all NICE guidance?

Does the example relate to the implementation of a specific piece of NICE guidance?

Specific NICE guidance:

(e.g. CG80)


Click here to browse through the lists of guidance to find the reference number. (The link will open in a new window.)


Provide brief details of any funding received. For example funding from a pharmaceutical or medical technology company to help deliver a particular part of your project.
[Max. 250 characters]

Your example

About your example

What were you trying to achieve? How do the aims and objectives relate to NICE guidance / Quality Standards?
[Max. 2500 characters]

What was happening before the project started and why was the change needed? Have you carried out a baseline assessment? What opportunities for improving efficiency, saving costs or increasing productivity did you identify? How did you involve patients/stakeholders? What is the size/catchment area of your organisation and any relevant local population demographics?
[Max. 2500 characters]

What steps did you use to put NICE guidance into practice? What problems did you face and how did you design your approach to overcome these? (for example - access to resources, gaining buy-in from stakeholders). If your project incurred costs please elaborate on how much and what the source of funding was.
[Max. 2500 characters]

Did your project meet the initial aims and objectives? What were the main results? These can either be short or longer term results (Please illustrate results quantitatively and qualitatively where you are able to). What cost savings and increases in efficiency and productivity did your work make? Did it prevent illness or unnecessary treatment / admissions? What did it mean for staff, patients and/or service users?
[Max. 2500 characters]

What is your key learning? If you did it again, how would you do it differently? What pointers would you give to help someone from another organisation facing similar challenges? What might be successful and what should they avoid?
[Max. 2000 characters]

Attach supporting material

Where possible please collate all supporting material into one MS Word file not exceeding 2 Mb. If you need to submit multiple files please email them to the Shared learning coordinator . Your example may be edited by NICE prior to publication.

Thank you

Thank you for your example. If you have answered all of the necessary questions, checked your answers and are happy with your form please press 'Submit'.