Catch up on the high-quality educational sessions from Guidelines Live 2023 via event highlights articles, which cover a range of clinical streams and the keynote session.
Guidelines Live highlights articles published in Guidelines in Practice in 2023
Keynote session: NICE: Focusing on what matters most – Professor Jonathan Benger, Chief Medical Officer and Interim Director of the NICE Centre for Guidelines
The Guidelines in Practice team recap the keynote speech, which was delivered by Professor Jonathan Benger, Chief Medical Officer and Interim Director of the NICE Centre for Guidelines.
In 2023, Guidelines Live opened with the keynote presentation, which was delivered by Professor Jonathan Benger, Professor of Emergency Care at the School of Health and Social Wellbeing at the University of the West of England, and Chief Medical Officer (CMO) and Interim Director of the NICE Centre for Guidelines. Professor Benger began by reflecting on NICE’s decision to appoint a practising clinician as the Interim Director of the NICE Centre for Guidelines. The move is testament to NICE’s ambition to become more ‘grounded’ by the realities of front-line healthcare. In future, this will include forging a closer relationship with general practice.
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Event highlights: Feedback on hot topics covered in the most popular streams.
The Guidelines in Practice team share their highlights from this year’s event
This year, Guidelines Live took place at ExCeL London on 21 and 22 November. In total, 1239 attendees participated in this must-see live event, and were able to choose from four streams of outstanding guidance-focused presentations delivered by expert speakers and key opinion leaders in primary care.
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