Consultation on key questions for a new SIGN guideline on the diagnosis and management of delirium
We are developing a new guideline on the diagnosis and management of adults with delirium. The topic proposal, accepted by SIGN Council, can be found here.
We are seeking feedback on the draft key questions that will form the basis of this guideline. We are interested to know if the key questions adequately cover the scope of the proposal and whether questions could be omitted or added. We also welcome comments on the patient groups, interventions and out comes detailed in the questions.
In order for your input to be taken forward it is essential that you fully complete the declaration of interests included in the feedback form. No comments can be considered without this process being undertaken. You can find our policy on declaring interests here.
Comments should be submitted by Monday 20 March 2017.
All comments will be considered by the guideline development group at their first meeting on 29 March 2017.
We are looking for feedback on our patient version of SIGN 153: British guideline on the management of asthma for parents of children who have or think they may have asthma.
The booklet for parents, carers or family members explains the recommendations in the clinical guideline about how you can get assessed and diagnosed for asthma, and the approaches that can help after diagnosis. It gives information about the care people are likely to get and can expect. The booklet will also be of interest to young people, friends and family.
Feedback is open to all, providing an opportunity for patients, carers, voluntary organisations, health care professionals and members of the public. We are also looking specifically for feedback from young people on the chapter for young people, and we are also looking for quotes from parents or young people. You can provide feedback by filling out the comment form, and the Declaration of Interests form on this page.
Comments gratefully received by Thursday 23rd February 2017.