NICE newsletters and alerts

Chief executive’s update

Subscribe to the monthly e-mail update from Professor Gill Leng.

Gill will share her vision for the future of NICE and offer expert insight and analysis of health and social care.

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NICE news

Our monthly newsletter, keeping you up-to-date with important developments at NICE.

Subscribe for information on:

  • our latest published and forthcoming guidance topics
  • implementation advice
  • consultations, meetings and events
  • our latest news, features and stories.

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Medicines awareness service

A daily or weekly email service that provides links to current awareness and evidence-based information relating to medicines and prescribing.

Provides a quick overview of the latest evidence-based information, to help busy health professionals stay up to date.


Update for primary care

Our monthly newsletter for GPs and others working in primary care.

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Medicines and prescribing alerts

Receive alerts each time new information is published by the NICE medicines and prescribing team, including:

  • new evidence summaries
  • medicines and prescribing guidance
  • news or updates relating to medicines.


NICE in Social Care

Subscribe to our free monthly social care e-bulletin for information about:

      • new social care guidelines and standards
      • opportunities to comment on draft guidance
      • how you can shape future topics
      • how NICE guidance is being used in adult and children’s social care.

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Medicines and prescribing: important new evidence

A monthly update that summarises the most important pieces of guidance and advice relating to prescribing and medicines optimisation.

Includes information from key national bodies including NICE, SIGN and the MHRA.


Evidence resources library bulletin

Our quarterly bulletin provides up-to-date news and information relevant to the library and knowledge services community.


Surveillance report alerts

Surveillance reports contain important new evidence relating to NICE guidelines. They contain:

  • a summary of new evidence related to the guideline
  • an in-depth commentary on a selection of this evidence
  • a decision on whether the relevant guideline should be updated, with the rationale behind this.


Evidence updates were produced to highlight new evidence relating to published accredited guidance.

Published evidence updates are available via evidence search, the individual guideline pages on the NICE website.