We want you to be involved in our work. Tell us what matters to you, your organisation or your community.
Stakeholders are organisations who register with NICE to help develop our guidelines or quality standards. Read our step-by-step guide to get started.
All guidelines and quality standards are open for consultation during their development. Registered stakeholders can comment on our recommendations.
Our guidance and quality standards are all developed by independent committees. Join and have an active role in producing a guideline or quality standard.
Advisory committee meetings, technology appraisal appeal hearings, public board meetings and some of our other meetings are open to the public and press. Come along and see how we work.
Applications are now open for 2017.
Be an ambassador - our fellows build networks and promote NICE standards and guidance. Learn how we work - our scholars spend a year with us and undertake a NICE-related project, in a local organisation, national charity or voluntary sector organisation.
Are you a health, public health or social care student? Learn how to use NICE Evidence Search and network with other students.
Join our insight community and help influence the development and improvement of our products. Take part in focus groups, interviews and surveys.
Made up of members of the public, our panel debates the overarching moral and ethical issues around our work.
We have lots of opportunities to join our friendly and busy teams. Take a look at our current vacancies and see how you can contribute to shaping the future of health and social care.
Speak to our team for more detailed information on our public involvement programme.
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