College supports new NICE quality standards on rheumatoid arthritis and the uptake of flu vaccination

15 Jan 2020

As part of our College being a leading voice on healthcare issues and providing information to the public, we respond to consultations from government and regulators. You can read the responses to consultations on our website. In autumn 2019, we completed the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE)’s consultations on “rheumatoid arthritis in […]

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As part of our College being a leading voice on healthcare issues and providing information to the public, we respond to consultations from government and regulators. You can read the responses to consultations on our website.

In autumn 2019, we completed the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE)’s consultations on “rheumatoid arthritis in over 16s” and “flu vaccination: increasing uptake”. NICE has published its quality standards on both and we are pleased to support them.

The quality standards can be read on NICE’s website:

Rheumatoid arthritis in over 16s quality standard (QS33)

Flu vaccination: increasing uptake quality standard (QS190)

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