A free monthly e-bulletin from NICE, Eyes on Evidence covers interesting new evidence. It includes an explanation about what it means for current practice. To receive the Eyes on Evidence e-bulletin complete the e-bulletin registration form.
This month in Eyes on Evidence:
- Iodine deficiency in pregnancy
- Silicone cervical pessaries in women with a multiple pregnancy
- Prenatal valproate exposure and autism in children
- End-of-life care in care homes with no on-site nursing provision
- Training primary care professionals in multiple behaviour change counselling
- Prevention of cardiovascular disease
- Organ donation for transplantation
Eyes on Evidence helps contextualise important new evidence, highlighting areas that could signal a change in clinical practice. It does not constitute formal NICE guidance. The commentaries included are the opinions of contributors and do not necessarily reflect the views of NICE.