In preparation for a talk I gave about what it’s like living with pain, I asked a few questions on my blog to see what other people experience. Here’s a round-up of the answers people gave.
Thank you to all those who shared their experiences with me. 32 people took part and I’m grateful for the time and energy you spent.Read More »
In my talk Living With Pain on 7th February, I referred to several studies and other resources. Here are links to these and some additional ones on living with pain and hidden chronic illness, and improving our care. Read More »
Living with a long term condition affects every minute of the day, every activity, and they require so much effort and planning to manage. A study on this came up with a marvellous infographic – a must see for health professionals to understand this burden.Read More »
On 30th November last year, I presented a webinar on behalf of Action for M.E. called Meeting the needs of people with M.E./CFS: essential facts and practical tips, giving an introduction to M.E./CFS for health professionals. We have now received the feedback surveys.Read More »
On 30th November last year, I presented a webinar on behalf of Action for M.E., giving an introduction to M.E./CFS for health professionals. The webinar, Meeting the needs of people with M.E./CFS: essential facts and practical tips is now available to view online with the accompanying slides.Read More »
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.
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Today is Pharmacy Technician Day so here’s a blog explaining what pharmacy technicians are and if you’re a technician, how you can support people with myalgic encephalomyelitis (M.E.), sometimes known as chronic fatigue syndrome.
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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 »
This M.E. research round-up covers studies published up to 16 August 2017: The UK M.E. biobank, Searching for ways to improve diagnosis, Looking at sleep problems, Primer for health professionals on M.E./CFS in children, Impact of UK specialist CFS/M.E. services. Read the research round-up
Sometimes I am asked by people with M.E. for information for their health professionals. Here are links to resources which you could pass on to them. Read More »