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Re: [IPk] NICE

Hi Pat

I believe the formal Consultees are listed in Appendix B and includes:

Dietetic Association
British Society for Paediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes and the Royal 
College for Paediatrics and Child Health
Department of Health
Diabetes UK
Health Technology Board for Scotland
Insulin Dependant Diabetes Trust
Pump Management for Professionals (PUMP)
Royal College of Nursing
Royal College of Physicians, Association of Clinical Diabetologists, 
British Geriatrics Society and Diabetes UK Specialist Group

I will be attending the Pump Management for Professionals (PUMP) next week, 
where this will be discussed. So please let me know if there any comments 
that you will want me to put forward.

Kind regards


At 09:14 26-01-2003, you wrote:
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>Hi Mary,
>Let me get this straight (I'm preparing for a Thesis Advisory Panel on
>the 7th, and am about to go off to Amsterdam for some research next
>week, too, so my brain is rather more occupied with making sure I have
>the essential laundry done, and trying to write a forward plan which
>doesn't use any planning jargon!):
>The formal consultees can appeal this, but not joe public?
>And IMPUT is a formal consultee?
>Who else are formal consultees?
>Best wishes,
>(dm 30+, 508 1+,
>In message <email @ redacted>, email @ redacted writes
> >In a message dated 1/25/2003 9:22:13 AM GMT Standard Time,
> >email @ redacted writes:
> >
> >
> >> When does the NICE judgement become effective?
> >
> >Hi Pat,
> >
> >I so agree with your points!
> >
> >The document we've been discussing doesn't necessarily yet represent NICE's
> >view.  Basically it's a paper, prepared by a subgroup, which is now 
> awaiting
> >consideration by NICE.  There's still time to make appeals and change the
> >content.
> >
> >I quote, "The appeal period for this appraisal will close at 5pm on 
> Thursday
> >6th February 2003".  I also note that "the formal consultees for this
> >appraisal...have 15 working days to consider whether they wish to appeal
> >against it.  Subject to any appeal by consultees, the FAD" (- this document
> >-) "may be used as the basis for the institute's guidance on the use of the
> >appraised technology" (-CSII-) "in the NHS in England and Wales."
> >
> >It's all on the NICE site if you want to check it out
> >(www.nice.org.uk/Cat.asp?pn=professional&cn=toplevel&ln=en  and then you 
> can
> >go from there to the main document if you want).
> >
> >So we'd better get going.  INPUT?
> >
> >Mary
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