NICE seeks new members for independent advisory committees

Wednesday, 14 March 2012

The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) is recruiting members to join its four independent advisory Appraisal Committees. The Appraisal Committees consider and interpret evidence on the clinical and cost effectiveness of health technologies and formulates recommendations on their use.

The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) is recruiting members to join its four independent advisory Appraisal Committees. The Appraisal Committees consider and interpret evidence on the clinical and cost effectiveness of health technologies and formulates recommendations on their use.

 Members of all Committees are drawn from the NHS, healthcare professionals, patients and carers, and the academic world. Committee members are not appointed to act as representatives of a particular organisation. They will be expected to apply the experience and judgement from their individual backgrounds to the topics considered by the Committee and in doing so actively contribute to improving the quality and consistency of care provided by the NHS. They will be helping the Institute make some of the most difficult decisions in public life.

There are currently vacancies for Committee members in the following categories

Applicants must be prepared to travel to meetings in eitherManchesterorLondon

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