Patients, the Public and Priorities in Healthcare by Littlejohns, Peter; Rawlins, Michael; Staff, National

By Littlejohns, Peter; Rawlins, Michael; Staff, National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (Great Britain)

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CONSULTATION NICE reports the committee’s decision as a formal document after the first committee meeting. For all MTA topics and most STA topics, this document is considered draft guidance and is sent out for consultation. This document is called the ‘appraisal consultation document’. The document is initially sent to all consultee and commentator organisations in confidence, along with all the evidence that the committee used to make its decision. NICE places the appraisal consultation document and background evidence on its website one week later for a full public consultation and anyone with an interest can comment.

The following sections outline some of the changes to existing initiatives and also some of the new initiatives that have broadened opportunities for involvement or posed particular challenges for engagement. Public health In 2005, NICE merged with the Health Development Agency (HDA), resulting in the need to extend opportunities for patient and public involvement in NICE’s clinical guidance to its new public health work programme (see Chapter 5). This has resulted in the widening of the nature and scope of groups registering an interest in contributing to the development of NICE guidance.

The Clinical Guideline Programme of the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE): a review by the World Health Organization. Geneva: World Health Organization; 2006. 8 Quennell P. Getting their say, or getting their way: has participation strengthened the patient ‘voice’ in the National Institute for Clinical Excellence? J Manag Med. 2001; 15: 202–19. 9 Quennell P. Getting a word in edgeways? Patient group participation in the appraisal process of the National Institute for Clinical Excellence.

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