On Thursday 30th of November I will be hosting a webinar for health professionals on behalf of Action for M.E. and I’d like you to get involved.
me + my medicines is a new communications charter which aims to improve the way we talk about medicines. The charter will be launched at a free event on Thursday 12th October in Leeds, and patients, carers and health professionals are invited to attend.Read More »
Since the launch of M.E./CFS: a guide for pharmacy teams, it’s been shared by a national community pharmacy organisation and has featured in a magazine.Read More »
The M.E./CFS guide for community pharmacy teams which I have been working on with Action for M.E. is now available online.
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This week has been NHS Experience of Care Week, and on Wednesday evening there was a Twitter storm where patients, carers and health professionals were encouraged to share their evidence about experiences of care in the NHS, using the hashtag #ExpOfCare. Here’s a summary of my tweets and those of others with M.E. who have joined in this week.Read More »
My summary for Action for M.E. of the research published online in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, and reported in UK press, which looked closely at the blood chemistry in people with M.E. with a research technique called “metabolomics”. New research: distinct biological differences in M.E.
Yesterday I attended the most exciting event in my 2016 calendar – the launch of Action for M.E.’s new five-year strategy at Speakers House at the Houses of Parliament in London.