We use the best available evidence to develop recommendations that guide decisions in health, public health and social care.
Critical assessment of evidence to help you make decisions. Advice, rather than formal NICE guidance.
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Set out priority areas for quality improvement in health and social care.
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Guidance by programme
Review the evidence across broad health and social care topics.
Assessments of whether procedures are safe enough and work well enough for wider use in the NHS.
Reviews new medical devices for adoption in the NHS.
Advice by programme
Review the evidence and likely costs of medical devices and technologies.
Products being developed or updated
Comment on guidance in development
Current guidance in consultation
News and blogs
News on this topic
New guideline from NICE recommends ensuring children and young people are fully informed about their health so that they are empowered to take an active role in their healthcare.
Shared decision making between service users and healthcare professionals is an integral part of healthcare, says NICE, in new guideline recommendations published today.
NICE says people growing older with learning disabilities need to have annual health checks to help them manage conditions that can quickly affect them as they grow older.
Blogs on this topic
It’s important for everyone to recognise that babies, children and young people have a choice and a voice
NICE’s new guideline on shared decision making will help transform people’s experiences of health and social care. It will instil greater collaboration between professionals, patients and their families. It will pioneer a new climate and culture of putting people firmly at the heart of our healthcare system.
Alice and Zoe discuss how the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) and NICE work in partnership and identify key research priorities from NICE guidance.
Putting guidance into practice
Examples of how our guidance and standards have been put into practice in the NHS, local authorities, voluntary sector and a range of other organisations.
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