Tell NICE what you think about their guidance, and how you use it

NICE (the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence) wants to understand how you use their recommendations, and what you want to know about the reasoning and evidence behind these recommendations.
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NICE (the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence) provides evidence-based recommendations developed by independent committees, including professionals and lay members, and consulted on by stakeholders.

They have recently launched their five year strategy . A key component of this is reviewing how they write and present their guidance to ensure it is accessible and clear to users. 

To inform this work, they would like you to help them understand how you use NICE recommendations, and what you want to know about the reasoning and evidence behind these recommendations. Whether or not you use NICE guidance at the moment, your views will help shape their future content. 

Complete a survey about the recommendations by Friday 10 September 2021. Completing the survey will take around 15 minutes. 

If you have any questions, please contact Sabina Keane, sabina.keane@nice.org.uk 

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