Call for more front line staff to join NICE expert guidelines groups

Front line nurses have been urged to volunteer to join expert groups that draw up guidelines produced by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE)

Front line nurses have been urged to volunteer to join expert groups that draw up guidelines produced by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE).

Abstract

The institutes public health centre director, Mike Kelly, told the public health conference in London: Sometimes people say I am just a front line nurse, I could not sit on a NICE group. Yes, you could yours is precisely the voice that is needed at that table.

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This article was published in Nursing Standard, 3 July 2013, volume 27, issue 44.

Front line nurses have been urged to volunteer to join expert groups that draw up guidelines produced by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE).

Abstract

The institute’s public health centre director, Mike Kelly, told the public health conference in London: ‘Sometimes people say “I am just a front line nurse, I could not sit on a NICE group”. Yes, you could – yours is precisely the voice that is needed at that table.’

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This article was published in Nursing Standard, 3 July 2013, volume 27, issue 44.

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