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Consultations

Consultations, and calls for evidence, are conducted by a range of external stakeholders, including governmental bodies, to ensure their work is guided and informed. We aim to engage members in all consultations which directly impact on the speciality, the rheumatology multidisciplinary team as a whole and their respective professions, along with broader topics such as employment.      

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    The Department for Work and Pensions and the Department of Health: Green Paper Work, health and disability: improving lives

    The consultation response highlighted the need to empower the whole rheumatology Multi-disciplinary teams to support patients’ in their employment.

    Posted on Tuesday, February 28, 2017

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    NHS England: in-year service development, Individual Funding Requests, funding for experimental and unproven treatments, continuing funding after clinical trials

    NHS England consulted on its policies for in-year service development, Individual Funding Requests (IFR), funding for experimental and unproven treatments, continuing funding after clinical trials. The society's response highlighted concerns...

    Posted on Friday, January 13, 2017

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    NHS England: Proposed revisions to Clinical Reference Groups

    NHS England consulted on the restructuring and changing the composition of its Clinical Reference Groups, which would have included a reduction in the number of clinical, patient and co-opted members, and the CRG for specialised rheumatology...

    Posted on Friday, November 4, 2016

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    NHS England: Clinical commissioning policy proposition: commissioning medicines in children

    NHS England consulted on their policy proposition to extend the access to treatment to where approval has only been provided to adults. British Society for Rheumatology was broadly supportive of the policy, yet requested the policy’s...

    Posted on Friday, November 4, 2016

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