NICE Annual Conference 2018
26 June 2018, Hilton Manchester Deansgate
NICE 2018: Improving health, improving lives showcases the latest developments in clinical improvement, health technologies and patient-centred quality care.
NICE 2018 packs 15 hours of content into just one day.
- Renowned keynote speakers, including conference host, Clinician and Broadcaster Dr Phil Hammond, Professor Carole Longson, Centre for Health Technology Evaluation Director, our Deputy Chief Executive, Professor Gill Leng and our Chair, Professor David Haslam.
- Case studies from the frontline of quality improvement.
- Plenary debates on the big issues facing healthcare across the UK.
- Super-fast ‘lightening learning’ talks on everything from Devo Manc to cancer drugs, quality improvement, and apps and wearables.
We are offering a limited number of bursary places at the conference for national patients, carers, service users, voluntary organisations and Healthwatches.
Please note: the 2018 bursary scheme is now closed to applicants.
The conference was interesting, informative, and gave me ideas to take back to my organisation.NICE Annual Conference 2017 delegate
We take part in a number of health and social care exhibitions and conferences throughout the year. Each event gives us the chance to meet frontline users of NICE guidance and standards face-to-face, to talk to our key audiences about what we do, and to take on board valued feedback on our work programmes.
These are the events that NICE will be attending in the forthcoming months. If you are planning to attend any of these events why not visit our stand and find out more about what we do and how you can get involved.
NICE will be exhibiting at the Skills for Care Annual Conference in March to promote social care guidelines and quality standards.
Visit our stand to find out more about our social care guidance and how we can support you in your role.
NICE is also sponsoring the Skills for Care Accolades 2018.
This conference will focus on narrowing the health inequalities gap in communities. This is a key event for policy makers, lead members, practitioners and experts from the public health and health promotion communities.
Come to the NICE stand to find out more about our public health guidelines and how we can support you.
Upcoming speaking engagements
Sarah Chessell, Head of Research, Innovation will be answering the question: how can we deliver effective clinical audit leadership in practice?
Professor Cameron Swift a specialist committee member on the falls prevention quality standard committee will be discussing the NICE 2017 quality standard update for falls in older people.
Dr Robin Fackrell, a member of the Parkinson’s disease guideline development group and Fiona Lindop a specialist committee member of the Parkinson’s disease quality standard will be speaking at this HC-UK event in London.
Psychological Therapies in the NHS: A New Deal for Depression21-22 March 2018, London
The New Savoy Annual Conference will focus on the upcoming final recommendations NICE will make for a new depression guideline as well as analysis of the Five Year Forward View.
Deputy Chief Executive, Professor Gil Leng will take part in a joint discussion: systematic reviews for an ageing NHS – does NICE need to change its methodology?
Prof Gerard Stansby, chair of the guideline development group for the prevention and management of pressure ulcers will be speaking about the vascular assessment of heel pressure ulcers and other surgical options.
Request a speaker
Complete a speaker request form and return it to email@example.com.
We are generally unable to provide speakers for events that are hosted or sponsored by a single industry sponsor as this could constitute a conflict of interest.
Requesting a speaker from NICE
As a high profile national organisation, NICE gets a lot of request for speakers. We try our best to fulfil all these requests but due to pressure on staff time we do sometimes have to prioritise. In order to maximise the chance of us being able to help you and to deal with your request promptly, please bear in mind the following points when requesting a speaker.
What you can expect from us
- We will acknowledge your request for a speaker within 7 days, confirming whether or not we are in principle able to fulfil the request and giving an indication of who the speaker for your event is likely to be.
- We will confirm the exact speaker as soon as we are able to, however it is not always possible to do this until a few weeks before the date of the engagement.
- We will do our best to deal with requests for a speaker at short notice (within a month of the date of request) however this is not always possible.
- We are generally unable to provide speakers for events that are hosted or sponsored by a single industry sponsor as this could constitute a conflict of interest.
What we expect from you
- Speaking engagements are coordinated by NICE's External Communications team so please make your initial request by filling in the speakers request form and emailing it to firstname.lastname@example.org Please do not make multiple approaches for a speaker to different people at NICE as this can cause confusion and duplication of effort.
- If you need to talk to someone urgently to see how your request is progressing please call Louise Tempia, External Communications Executive, on 020 7045 2175.
- Please try to give us as much notice as possible for when you require a speaker. 2 - 3 months advance notice is ideal.
- Please make it clear if you would like a specific member of the NICE team to speak (for example, our Chairman or Chief Executive) or if you would like someone with particular expertise (for example, a health economist) but be prepared to be flexible, as your first choice may not always be available.
- Please give us as much information as possible as you can about the type of event you are hosting including the purpose of the event, date, time and audience numbers as this helps us find the most appropriate speaker for you.
- We normally expect non-NHS bodies to meet speaker's travel and accommodation costs.
- Please apply to the communications team at NICE for permission if you would like to publish presentations given by NICE staff on your website or in a conference programme, as the material may be subject to copyright.
- Please do send any feedback on the speaker to email@example.com as this helps improve the service for other users. You may submit any feedback in confidence if you wish.