NICE guidelines: the manual – publication

 

 

Dear Stakeholder,

The new manual for developing NICE guidelines has been published today, 1 October 2014, on the NICE website. The manual was approved by the NICE Board on 17 September, following a three month public consultation. Thank you to everyone who contributed comments on the draft manual; all consultation comments and responses are also available on the NICE website.

Information for stakeholders, designed to support participation in the guideline development process, has also been published. Feedback on this document is welcome, and should be sent to myself, on Shonagh.DSylva@nice.org.uk.

The new manual will be used in future to develop all NICE guidelines, including clinical, medicines practice, safe staffing, public health and social care topics. The manual sets out a consistent process for developing guidelines across different areas, and will increase transparency by documenting the rationale for use of different methods.

The manual will be implemented from 1 January 2015 for all guidelines that start from this date. Topics that are in the final stages will continue to be developed to their current processes and methods until completion. Other topics already in development will undergo a planned transition to the new manual, and NICE will be in contact with registered stakeholders regarding the implementation schedule for these topics.

If you have any questions about the new manual for developing NICE guidelines please contact myself on Shonagh.DSylva@nice.org.uk.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

Shonagh D’Sylva

Project Manager

Guidance Development Project

 

National Institute for Health and Care Excellence

10 Spring Gardens | London SW1A 2BU

Web: http://nice.org.uk

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