NICE Conference 2023

7 November 2023, Hilton Manchester Deansgate

Focusing on what matters most

The NICE Conference 2023 showcases NICE’s commitment to helping practitioners and commissioners get the best care to people, fast, while ensuring value for the taxpayer.

Bringing frontline staff and leaders from health and care together with the life sciences, healthtech and digital sectors, the event reveals how NICE is transforming to deliver more relevant, timely and usable guidance.

Conference information

Bursary scheme

The NICE Conference 2023 bursary scheme has launched. Members of the voluntary and community sectors can apply for a limited number of funded places. Please note the bursary scheme is open until Friday 11 August.

Upcoming events

Most of our events are currently online. Our virtual events help you meet experts and stay connected with peers.

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How to bring AI and digital health technologies to the NHS.
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Navigating the UK healthcare system: how to bring a product to the NHS.
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Previous events

NICE topic selection, methods and processes review explained

We're conducting a comprehensive review of our topic selection, methods and processes for health technology evaluation. The proposals support our 5-year strategy, which will position NICE at the forefront of anticipating and rapidly evaluating new and existing technologies.

We held a series of virtual events in August and September 2021 to explain what we are intending to do differently. You can watch recordings of these events on our YouTube channel.

Request a speaker

You can ask for someone from NICE, or a committee member, to:

  • speak at your live event
  • take part in your digital event.

We cannot provide speakers for events hosted or sponsored by a single industry sponsor. This is because it could constitute a conflict of interest.

Speaker request form