Help implement NICE guidance

Join the NICE Adoption and Impact Reference Panel. Give your advice on tools and resources as they're being developed. Help us shape the commissioning and delivery of safe, effective and cost-efficient care.

About the role

You'll give us and independent, impartial view and expert advice on the tools and resources that support our guidance. This is done by email and phone.

Who we're looking for

We are looking for professional members with a current role and directly employed by:

  • the NHS
  • social care
  • a local authority, or
  • an academic institution.

You should have knowledge and experience in:

  • providing health or social care services
  • commissioning
  • finance, or
  • managing care services.

Find out more in our terms of reference (PDF).

Closing date

None. This is a rolling recruitment.

Time commitment

Ad-hoc, for a period of up to 3 years.

Professional development

You will receive an annual statement from NICE. You can use this in your professional development portfolio. It shows your contribution to the development of our implementation support resources.

How to apply

  1. Read terms of reference (PDF) for:
    • the aims of the panel
    • eligibility details
    • what's involved in panel membership.
  2. We need you to complete the application form.

How we manage your data – view our privacy notice.

Have a question?

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I can use the information and knowledge gained from being a panel member to support service developments. Finance Manager, CCG
I hope we can make implanting guidance real and relevant, not just to my organisation but to others. Rehabilitation Clinical Specialist for Falls (Occupational Therapist)
I would hope to offer a balance between what is possible and what is realistic. The ethics of commissioning services can sometimes present a challenge where limited resources need to be aligned to both outcome and population. In my role I hope to be able to offer some insight into this as well as learn from other colleagues. Head of Integrated Commissioning, CCG