NICE’s Interventional Procedures Programme is looking at the removal, preservation and re-implantation of ovarian tissue to restore fertility (IP1936). They have invited BSGE to nominate professional experts to help produce the programme.
NICE’s interventional procedures programme assesses the efficacy and safety of interventional procedures used for treatment or diagnosis to determine whether they work well enough and are safe enough for use in the NHS. The programme can assess procedures that involve incision, puncture and entry into a body cavity, or that use ionising, electromagnetic or acoustic energy.
NICE is looking for professional experts who have knowledge of the removal, preservation and re-implantation of ovarian tissue to restore fertility. Experts assist by providing informed opinion. You can down load a full role description by clicking here.
NICE requires professional experts to:
- be a current registered practicing professional in the UK and in good professional standing
- have specialist knowledge in the technology or disease area
- declare all conflicts of interest in relation to the technology under consideration
- abide by NICE’s governance policies and comply with NICE’s processes and methods
- be a good communicator
- additional team specific requirements
BSGE has to nominate a minimum of three members who are considered suitable to act as experts in the removal, preservation and re-implantation of ovarian tissue to restore fertility. However, whilst NICE needs to get advice from experts who have experience of performing the procedure, to minimise bias they also request that at least one expert who has not performed the procedure, but who knows about it, is nominated.
Please email your nomination by Monday 31st October 2022 and include full contact details to email@example.com