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  1. Helping GPs make an early diagnosis of cancer

    Thousands of lives in England could be saved each year if the NHS follows updated guidance to help it diagnose cancer earlier. Here we outline what the guidance means for GPs.

  2. Challenging behaviour and learning disabilities: prevention and interventions for people with learning disabilities whose behaviour challenges (NG11)

    This guideline covers interventions and support for children, young people and adults with a learning disability and behaviour that challenges. It highlights the importance of understanding the cause of behaviour that challenges, and performing thorough assessments so that steps can be taken to help people change their behaviour and improve their quality of life. The guideline also covers support and intervention for family members or carers.

  3. HEART UK FH Toolkit

    The intention is to continue to update the toolkit with new documents, templates and resources as they become available. The objective...

  4. Saving sight the NICE way

    Anticipated patient numbers were calculated from PCT data using the NICE template - Costs per patient and infrastructure costs were...

  5. Engaging GPs in the delivery of NICE audit

    The trust audit team were consulted on the development of an audit template and links to the audit tools of recommended NICE topics...

  6. Interim methods guide for developing good practice guidance (PMG15)

    Interim methods guide for developing good practice guidance

  7. Medicines optimisation: key therapeutic topics – Integrated process statement (PMG13)

    Medicines optimisation: key therapeutic topics – Integrated process statement

  8. Key therapeutic topics – Medicines management options for local implementation: Interim process statement (PMG7)

    Key therapeutic topics – Medicines management options for local implementation: Interim process statement

  9. Greater awareness of hepatitis B and C needed

    Greater awareness of hepatitis B and C is needed so that more people who are at risk can be tested and treated for the viruses, according to latest guidance from NICE.