National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) skin guidelines

Topics are referred by the Department of Health (UK) for review and a rigorous process, based on best available evidence, is used to produce guidance in the following categories: clinical guidelines, technology appraisals, interventional procedures and public health guidance. Cost is taken into account when weighing up the benefits of treatments.

The NICE pathways킠offer a summary view of NICE guidance and so are slightly quicker to use then the full PDF guidelines. 킠Some topics have “quick guides” but these still run to approx 20 pages long.

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Posted By:   Ann Sergeant
Last Edited: February 23, 2013


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