NICE Annual Conference
18-19 May 2017, ACC Liverpool
The core themes of this years event are:
- Innovation: the future for life sciences and market access.
- Access: sustaining services and investing in new treatments and technologies.
- Transformation: collaborating to join up care.
What works? And how much does it cost? The conference will discuss the big challenges facing the health and care sector.
- Thought provoking, engaging and challenging speakers from across health, social care and industry.
- Ask NICE’s Field Team any questions you have during their Q&A and clinics
- Hear about how colleagues are using our guidance and quality standards, and vote for your favourite, at our Shared Learning Awards.
- Find out more about the Accelerated Access Review and changes to our technology assessment programmes.
We are offering a limited number of bursary places at the conference for national patient, carer, service user and voluntary organisations, and Healthwatches.
The deadline for applications to the bursary scheme is 5pm on Thursday 5 January 2017.
Highlights from 2015
If you missed the last conference, catch up with the highlights from Twitter:
A series of thought provoking debates and discussions on topical issues on health and social care and the contribution of NICE.A public health consultant and past NICE conference attendee
Upcoming speaking engagements
12 January 2017, London
Professor Gillian Leng, Deputy Chief Executive, will be delivering a session entitled ‘Key priorities for NICE: funding, technologies and supporting new models of care’.
16 January 2017, London
Dr Tessa Lewis, Chair of the NICE guideline development group, will be presenting on the Controlled drugs: safe use and management guideline.
19 January 2017, London
Andrew Clegg, Geriatrician and NICE guideline development group member, will be discussing the prioritisation and management of care for people with multimorbidity.
20 January 2017, London
Professor Sam Ahmedzai, Chair of the NICE guideline development group, will be presenting on priorities and challenges in implementing the NICE Care of the dying adult guideline.
Request a speaker
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 email@example.com 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 firstname.lastname@example.org as this helps improve the service for other users. You may submit any feedback in confidence if you wish.
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