How can I work collaboratively with NICE to increase my research impact?
We’re delighted that NICE will be delivering a training session, for researchers at all career stages across the University, on Friday 28 February 2020 in the Schuster Annexe.
Talks will be from 9.30am – 1.00pm, with coffee on arrival and a networking lunch until 2.00pm.
An agenda is attached and registration is via Eventbrite
The session aims to demystify the processes involved in developing NICE clinical guidelines, highlight other areas of activity such as diagnostics guidance, public health and technology appraisals, and outline opportunities for you to engage with NICE at various stages of your research.
The intention for the session is to revolve around the role of research in:
• identifying and prioritising topics for guidance development
• appraising and synthesising current evidence
• identifying evidence gaps
• supporting NICE’s regulatory role in the health and social care system
You will also hear two cross-Faculty case studies to illustrate how a dermatologist and physicist from the University have influenced NICE guidelines and led to a change in public behaviour, plus how a computer scientist developed a text mining system that is now supporting evidence-based public health interventions.
If you have any questions about the event, or would like to discuss a specific issue with colleagues from NICE, then please let us know before 31st January 2020 by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Role: Professor of Atmospheric Radiation
Role: NICE consultant clinical adviser
Role: Deputy Medical Director and Programme Director
Role: Associate Director
Role: Vice Dean
Role: Professor of Health Economics
Role: Associate Dean for REF and Impact
Role: Chair in Computer Science
Travel and Contact Information