Wednesday, 17 May, 2017
Chester Town Hall
12 - 4.30pm

NICE Question Time and Public Board Meeting – Chester, 17 May 2017

Do you have a burning question for NICE? Do you want to find out more about how NICE quality standards and guidelines are supporting and improving patient care and service delivery? Then book your place today to attend NICE Question Time and Public Board Meeting for a unique opportunity to put questions directly to our Chair and Chief Executive.

NICE Question Time and the Public Board Meeting is a great way to get involved in NICE by putting your views and questions to the senior management team, hearing about the latest news and guidance from NICE, and finding out more about how NICE can support you to provide high quality care.

The event is open to everyone working within the NHS, everyone involved in providing healthcare as well as members of the public and patients. There is an informal networking lunch for all attendees, beforehand at 12 noon.

Following NICE Question Time, the NICE Public Board Meeting will take place and is also open to all. The papers for the meeting will be available shortly before the event on the NICE website http://www.nice.org.uk/Chester2017 and the agenda for the day is below.

 

Wednesday 17 May, Chester

Chester Town Hall, 33 Northgate Street, Chester, CH1 2HQ

12:00 – 12:30pm                

Lunch

12:30 – 1:30pm

NICE Question Time

 1:30 – 4:30pm

NICE Public Board Meeting

There is no charge for attending NICE Question Time or the NICE Public Board Meeting, but, as numbers are limited, you need to register online via our website as soon as possible at http://www.nice.org.uk/Chester2017.

Confirmation of your attendance and venue details will be mailed to you by our event organisers, if you have any queries in the meantime, please contact Pauline Appleby on pauline.interface@gmail.com.

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