Bruce Guthrie, GP and Professor of Primary Care Medicine at the University of Dundee Medical School shares his experiences of caring for patients with multimorbidity
Dr Benett discusses how becoming a NICE guidance team member helped him to find new ways to treat his patient with kidney disease
NICE does not recommend breast cancer drug palbociclib (Ibrance, Pfizer) because its cost is too high in relation to its potential benefits in draft guidance out for consultation.
NICE has advised health and care professionals to talk to older people about falls.
NICE publishes first guideline on cerebral palsy
NICE has set out its position on its complex but positive relationship with the life sciences industry.
Plans for NICE to recover the costs of its appraisals of drugs, medical devices and diagnostics, through charges to the companies which make them, have been put on hold until the Government completes its life sciences strategy.
Patients with advanced kidney cancer will have routine NHS access to the drug everolimus following recommendations by NICE, rather than apply to the Cancer Drugs Fund (CDF).
Experts acknowledge that mental health problems may be more difficult to diagnose for people with learning disabilities. This is because it can be harder for the person to explain how they are feeling and what help they would like.
Care home residents should be helped to brush their teeth twice a day, says NICE
Patients’ priorities will be brought to the fore in new Alzheimer’s project
At this time of year we like to stop and reflect on some of the news we’ve shared with you over the past twelve months…
The drug, sorafenib (also known as Nexavar), which is used for treating advanced hepatocellular carcinoma, is not value for money, NICE has said in new draft guidance.
Deirdre and Emily both care for terminally-ill children. They tell us why it is so important for their final wishes to be heard.
Kadcyla (also called trastuzumab emtansine and made by Roche) is currently being funded through the Cancer Drugs Fund. NICE is looking again at its 2015 guidance on the drug to see whether it should be funded routinely on the NHS.
NICE has issued draft guidance setting out what medicines adults, young people and children with asthma should take to control symptoms and reduce asthma attacks.
Luke highlights the issues people with co-occurring mental illness and substance use face when they try to seek help.
Due to a technical fault, the December content updates to the NICE BNF and BNFC apps have been delayed until early February 2017.
Karen tells us why and how we all strive for normality in the face of death.
People who drink too much should be sent for scans to detect early liver disease, says NICE
Dr Gill Davies urges parents and carers to help children look after their baby teeth.
Social care providers should also ensure oral health is included in care plans for people receiving support, says NICE
Traditional under the tongue or armpit temperature-taking are among the recommended ways of monitoring a patient’s temperature to help avoid hypothermia during surgery, says NICE.
Jakki tells us what she hopes the new 'Management of coexisting severe mental illness and substance misuse' guidance will achieve.
NICE Scientific Advice participates in FDA payer programme for medtech industry
Stephen and Paul both provide spiritual care for dying children and their families. For many people the word ‘spiritual’ is read with religious connotations. They tell us why they are pleased the new NICE ‘End of life care for children’ guidance broadens this definition…
Mark tells us about the problems he and his neighbours have experienced with air pollution.