NICE consultation for Advocacy services for adults with health and social care needs
National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has opened a consultation on its draft guidelines around the commissioning and delivery of effective advocacy services to adults with health and social care needs.
They are seeking comments on the following documents:
- Draft guideline – just the recommendations
- Evidence reviews
- Evidence review A – Who has legal right to advocacy?
- Evidence review B – Who else would benefit from advocacy and how do we identify them?
- Evidence review C – Information about effective advocacy and signposting to services
- Evidence review D – Improving access to advocacy
- Evidence review E – Enabling and supporting effective advocacy
- Evidence review F – What does effective advocacy look like?
- Evidence review G – Partnership working and relationships with families and carers, commissioners and providers
- Evidence review H – Planning and commissioning services for advocacy
- Evidence review I – Training, skills and support for advocates
- Evidence review J – Training and skills for practitioners who work with advocates
- Evidence review K – Monitoring services and collecting data for quality improvement
- Economic model
The scope is open to public consultation until 5 pm on Tuesday, 19 July 2022.