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  1. The trauma of too much information

    Jon Holley is working with NICE as part of the National Medical Director’s Clinical Fellow Scheme. He is a trainee in trauma and orthopaedic surgery. Here Mr Holley writes about his work to improve the implementation of NICE guidance.

  2. Thinking about the unthinkable

    Doug and Ben explore how NICE can help to support families during one of the most difficult times.

  3. Try new NICE evidence search

    We’ve improved the way you can search for evidence with our new evidence search.

  4. Try our new Evidence Search beta site

    We’re improving the way to search for evidence. It's a work in progress - beta stage. We hope to launch the new site early next year but, we're showing you the test site now so you can tell us what you think.

  5. Valuing treatments – the regenerative medicine challenge

    Speaking at a conference in Osaka, Japan, this week, Nick Crabb, NICE’s programme director for scientific affairs, described recent developments in NICE’s thinking on how we can evaluate new treatments such as regenerative medicine products.

  6. Washing the germs away

    Di has been working hard to teach her students about the importance of hand-washing. Find out how she has got on.

  7. What's your emergency?

    Dr Butler tells us why sepsis needs to be treated as an emergency and how new NICE guidance can help to achieve this.

  8. When days turn to weeks

    Dr Sam H Ahmedzai discusses the difficulty in accurately predicting when someone will die.

  9. Who cares? Shaping support for the adult social care workforce

    Those working in social care face new and unique challenges every day. With ever-increasing demands for services and limited resources, maintaining quality and consistency of care is essential. What challenges lie ahead, how we can address them, and what's NICE’s role in helping to deliver high quality evidence-based care?

  10. Working together inside and out

    Jake explores how we can ensure people in prison receive the same healthcare as those outside.

  11. Hearing a child's voice in national guidance

    Jan and Jo talk about how working with the charity, Together for Short Lives, enabled young people to make a valuable contribution to the NICE guideline ‘End of life care for children’.

  12. Help from all sides

    Luke highlights the issues people with co-occurring mental illness and substance use face when they try to seek help.

  13. Help NICE to help you

    Laura explains the ways you can influence the development of NICE’s products

  14. Home is where the heart is

    Karen tells us why and how we all strive for normality in the face of death.

  15. Topics for latest CCG Outcomes Indicator Set announced

    Cancer, stroke and enhancing the quality of life for carers are among topics covered by the latest set of indicators proposed by NICE for the Clinical Commissioning Group Outcomes Indicator Set (CCG OIS).

  16. Updated guidance to help assess children with fever

    NICE has updated the traffic light system for predicting the risk of serious illness from fever in children under 5, and issued new advice on the use of paracetamol and ibuprofen.