We provide practical support to Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships (STPs) and Integrated Care Systems (ICSs) at a local level.
How we collect and use your personal information, and your rights under data protection legislation
A quick guide for people with dementia and their family and carers Jump to: What information to expect Planning for now Planning for
Patients Involved in NICE (PIN) is a coalition of over 80 patient organisations and is committed to enabling patient groups to engage productively...
Support for voluntary and community sector organisations using NICE guidance
There are a number of ways you can get involved in the development of our guidance.
Details of former NICE fellows
Details of former NICE scholars
A guide to intermediate care services that provide support for a short time to help you recover and increase your independence
Winners and finalists of our Shared Learning awards
Find out more about the previous winners, finalists and highly commended entries in our annual shared learning awards. Jump to: 2018 2017 2016
Excellent examples of how NICE guidance and standards have been put into practice in the NHS, local authorities, voluntary sector and other organisations.
Working examples of quality improvement in health and social care services. Quality improvement, efficiency changes, cost savings, good practice, shared learning.
We use the phrase 'lay member' to refer to a member of one of our committees who has personal experience of using health or care services. The phrase...
Find out more about being on a committee at NICE.
A selection of resources to help you deliver high-quality care and services using NICE guidance
A quick guide for people using adult social care services.
Expert advice for the life sciences industry. We'll help you engage with NICE and the healthcare system to speed up market access.
Support for industry to engage with NICE during all stages of health technology development
Links to guidance on popular topics for social care trainers
Training resources for those working in social care
The NICE scientific advice team
Why seek advice? Our evaluation programmes require certain types of evidence about the technology being appraised. Our advice ensures that your...
How NICE recommendations are being used to improve mental health
Information about transport layer security (TLS) 1.2 upgrade
Delivering our vision for the future To help people access the information they need quickly and easily, we're reviewing how we produce and present...
We’re committed to supporting the delivery of the Five Year Forward View (5YFV).
A quick guide for mental health practitioners supporting young people transitioning to and from inpatient mental health settings
Everything you need to know about payments and expenses for lay members on a NICE committee
A quick guide for registered managers of care homes and home care services supporting advance care planning
A quick guide to preventing pressure ulcers for managers of care homes
Data on the cancer recommendations made by our technology appraisal programme. Includes information on the number of positive recommendations we've made.
Data on the recommendations made by our technology appraisal programme. Includes information on the number of positive recommendations we've made.
Our technology appraisal recommendations are prepared by an independent advisory committee called the Technology Appraisal Committee (TAC). The...
Our charging procedure for technology appraisals, includes all terms and conditions.
Our charging procedure for highly specialised technologies, includes all terms and conditions.
Information about charging for our technology appraisal (TA) and highly specialised technologies (HST) assessments.
A quick guide for practitioners supporting people growing older with learning disabilities.
Everything you need to know about the Cancer Drugs Fund (CDF) and the drugs we appraise.
Being Monitored Out of remit Being monitored procedures are within our remit but their assessment is delayed. This could be because the procedure:
This guidance evaluates new, innovative medical devices and diagnostics. It looks at medical technologies that: deliver treatment - like those...
How to submit a new medical technology to NICE for guidance
These are the main stages in evaluating and selecting medical and diagnostic technologies guidance. Timings are approximate. For a full description of
This information helps ministers to decide whether or not a technology should be formally referred to NICE for appraisal and whether it should be referred as an MTA or an STA.
Biographies and interests register for the indicator advisory committee
Interventional Procedures Advisory Committee members
Find out more about the NICE Medical Technologies Advisory Committee members by reading their biographies. Dr Peter Groves Chair About Peter
Find out more about the quality standards advisory committee 1 members
The Quality Standards Advisory Committees (QSAC) are independent committees that help to develop our quality standards. We have 3 committees who:...
Find out more about quality standards advisory committee 2 members at NICE