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NICE

The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) is the independent organisation responsible for providing national guidance on the promotion of good health and the prevention and treatment of ill health.

NICE produces guidance in three areas of health:

  1. Public health – guidance on the promotion of good health and the prevention of ill health for those working in the NHS, local authorities and the wider public and voluntary sector
  2. Health technologies – guidance on the use of new and existing medicines, treatments and procedures within the NHS
  3. Clinical practice – guidance on the appropriate treatment and care of people with specific diseases and conditions within the NHS.

Upcoming opportunities to help develop NICE guidance and technology appraisals.

NICE is currently in the process of developing three guidelines that each cover a broad range of topics: Diagnostic services, Service user and carer experience and Transition from children’s to adult services.

NICE clinical guideline: Diagnostic services

NICE social care guideline: Service user and carer experience

NICE guideline: Transition from children’s to adult services (health and social care)

NICE are also recruiting a lay member to join NICE’s Technology Appraisal committee and are welcoming applications from a wide range of stakeholders.

NICE Technology appraisals: Lay member recruitment

NICE Guidelines for Health Professionals: Bowel disorders

You will see below summaries of latest guidelines and implementations from NICE relating to bowel conditions and problems and links to further information.

  • Faecal Incontinence Guide for Health Professionals: The management of faecal incontinence in adults. To read these guidelines you’ll need to visit the NICE website.
  • Injectable Bulking Agents Guide for Health Professionals: To read these guidelines you’ll need to visit the NICE website.
  • Sacral Nerve Stimulation for Faecal Incontinence: To read these guidelines you’ll need to visit the NICE website.
  • Haemorrhoidal artery ligation: To read these guidelines you’ll need to visit the NICE website.
  • Crohn’s disease – Management in adults, children and young people: To read these guidelines please visit the NICE website.

NICE Guidelines for Health Professionals: Bladder disorders

You will see below summaries of latest guidelines and implementations and issues under development and review from NICE relating to bladder conditions and problems and links to further information.

  • Management of Lower Urinary Tract Dysfunction in Neurological Disease: To read these guidelines you’ll need to visit the NICE website
  • Single-incision sub-urethral short tape insertion for stress urinary incontinence in women: To read these guidelines you’ll need to visit the NICE website.
  • Surgical repair of vaginal wall prolapse using mesh: To read these guidelines you’ll need to visit theNICE website.
  • Urinary incontinence: The management of urinary incontinence in women. To read these guidelines you’ll need to visit the NICE website.
  • Sacral Nerve Stimulation for Urge Incontinence: To read these guidelines you’ll need to visit theNICE website.

Evidence Updates

Evidence Updates from NHS Evidence – a service provided by NICE, focuses on a summary of selected new evidence relevant to NICE clinical guidelines.

Evidence Updates do not replace current accredited guidance, but they do highlight new evidence that might generate a future change in practice.  By producing these Evidence Updates NHS Evidence seeks to reduce the need for individuals, managers and commissioners to search for new evidence and to inform guidance developers of new evidence in their field.

A New Evidence Update on Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms has been published and is called Evidence Update 11.  Please visit the NICE website to view this update.

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