NICE Guidelines on Community Engagement. Professor Chris Drinkwater NICE Community Engagement PDG. What are the challenges? What works? What should government and local statutory agencies do? Why should we bother?. Framework of NICE Guidance.
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Professor Chris Drinkwater
NICE Community Engagement PDG
Aimed at policy makers, commissioners and providers including V & CS, community representatives and members.
- defining project objectives
- resource allocation
- decision making
20th Century – formalising provision of professional knowledge through systems of training and provision (hierarchical/paternalistic)
21st Century – need to “fully engage” the public as co-producers of health (collaborative partnership)
poor food & nutrition
Intersectoral action for Health. WHO. 1986
NICE – drugs todelay progression only available for people with moderate symptoms (MTS over 10).
(5,000 + words of newsprint)
Annals of Internal Medicine – 15 minutes of exercise 3x per week for people over 65 reduces risk of Alzheimer’s by 40%. Greatest benefit to the most physically frail.
(600 + words of newsprint)
Public Health Team
Engaging frontline staff
Public & patient engagement
plurality of providers
Shared quality & outcome data
Training / employing
New ways of working
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