Richard Thomson

GDG meetingDeclaration of Interest
GDG recruitmentNone
First GDG meeting
(2nd February 2011)
Non-personal pecuniary interest
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Undertakes research in patient engagement in decision making (shared decision making) and hold and compete for grants from appropriate funding bodies to support research into, and implementation of, shared decision making.

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Deputy director of the Institute for Health and Society. Members of the Institute for Health and Society have worked with NICE on other guideline groups, and colleagues have been involved in exploring the evidence base on behalf of NICE and providing health economics advice to NICE.

Personal non-pecuniary interest
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Written on shared decision making and the role of the NHS within this area.

Second GDG meeting
(1st March 2011)
Personal non-pecuniary interest
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Member of the International Patient Decision Aids Standards (IPDAS) collaboration. This is an international body, from which I receive no funding, that takes a collaborative role to develop standards and summarise the evidence base for patient decision aids. Co-applicant on a grant for development of an instrument (IPDASi) which seeks to be useful as an evaluative and/or accrediting tool for patient decision aids.

Third GDG meeting
(2nd March 2011)
No change to declarations
Fourth GDG meeting
(5th April 2011)
No change to declarations
Fifth GDG meeting
(12th May 2011)
No change to declarations
Sixth GDG meeting
(26th July 2011)
No change to declarations
Seventh GDG meeting
(19th January 2012)
No change to declarations

From: Appendix H, Declarations of Interest

Cover of Patient Experience in Adult NHS Services: Improving the Experience of Care for People Using Adult NHS Services
Patient Experience in Adult NHS Services: Improving the Experience of Care for People Using Adult NHS Services: Patient Experience in Generic Terms.
NICE Clinical Guidelines, No. 138.
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