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  1. Breaking free

    Mark discusses how the police force is changing to better support offenders with mental health issues.

  2. Rare Disease Day

    To mark Rare Disease Day (28 February), Sheela Upadhyaya explains how NICE’s Highly Specialised Technologies (HST) programme has helped to ensure that drugs for very rare diseases are evaluated appropriately and, if approved, are offered to patients who can benefit from them as part of NHS England’s arrangements for specialised commissioning.   

  3. A NICE journey

    Rachel talks about her time on the fellowship programme at NICE.

  4. Opening doors, breaking down barriers

    Victoria discusses improvements in how NICE works with patients and the general public, which means there are now more ways than ever to get involved

  5. NICE announces next steps in updating its guideline on ME/CFS

    A workshop last month with stakeholders marked the formal start of NICE’s collaborative work to update its 2010 guideline on the diagnosis and management of myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS).

  6. Director at NICE leaves after 17 years

    Professor Carole Longson, director of the Health Technology Evaluation Centre, is to leave NICE to move on to new roles in the life sciences sector.

  7. Staying home to get better

    Melissa has woken up with a cold. She feels terrible, but she thinks she should still attend her university classes.

  8. 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.

  9. Challenging services to change

    Jonathan talks about how local, specialist support can improve the lives of people with learning disabilities and behaviour that challenges.

  10. A life changing operation

    Nick shares his experience of what its like before and after cataract surgery