Consultation on the draft SIGN PATIENT BOOKLET - Cardiac
rehabilitation: A booklet for patients, their families and carers

Consultation of each SIGN guideline in draft form is open to all, providing an opportunity for health care professionals, patients, health service managers, and other interested groups to comment.  We are looking for feedback on our patient version of cardiac rehabilitation.

The booklet is for patients, carers and family members of people who have been diagnosed with heart disease.  It explains the recommendations in the clinical guideline on cardiac rehabilitation.

Feedback is open to all, providing an opportunity for the public, health care professionals, patients, parents, carers, patient organisations and other interested groups to comment.

In order for your input to be taken forward it is essential that you fully complete the declaration of interests form below. No comments can be considered without this process being undertaken..

Comments gratefully received by karen.graham2@nhs.net. Comments should be submitted by midnight on Friday 16th June.

Cardiac rehabilitation: A booklet for patients, their families and carers - consultation draft (PDF)

Cardiac rehabilitation: A booklet for patients, their families and carers - consultation form (PDF)

Patient declaration of interests form (PDF)


Consultation on the draft SIGN guideline on Pharmacological management of glycaemic control in people with type 2 diabetes

The draft SIGN guideline on pharmacological management of glucose lowering in people with type 2 diabetes is available for consultation.

SIGN is interested in your views regarding the comprehensiveness and accuracy of interpretation of the evidence base supporting the recommendations in the guideline, although all feedback which is correctly submitted via the official online link before the deadline will be considered and discussed by the guideline development group.

Smartlink survey www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/SIGN_Diabetes/

Draft guideline PDF

SMC advice PDF

Feedback should be received at SIGN before 12pm on Friday May 26.


SIGN Guideline on Migraine: Pharmacological management

National open consultation meeting
10am-1.00pm, Thursday 15th June 2017
Royal College of Physicians, 9 Queen St, Edinburgh EH2 1JQ

The Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network (SIGN) is producing a new guideline on the pharmacological management of patients with migraine, due for publication in early 2018. The draft guideline considers the evidence for acute and preventive pharmacological therapies for patients with migraine, along with devices therapies.

The guideline recommendations are based on a systematic review of evidence and have been developed by a multidisciplinary group with representation from across NHSScotland.

The SIGN guideline development group needs your feedback on the content and draft recommendations to ensure they are relevant and implementable in your area. This consultation meeting will provide an overview and an opportunity for discussion of the draft guideline, including:

The open meeting will be of interest to healthcare professionals in primary and secondary care who manage patients with migraine, pharmacists, patients and carers.

SIGN Guideline on Migraine: Pharmacological management
National open consultation meeting programme PDF

To register for this meeting please go to https://sign_migraine.eventbrite.co.uk . For further information please contact Euan Bremner, 0131 623 4729

 

 



 

 

 

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