Action for M.E.’s Big Survey on living with M.E./CFS in the UK asks about our experiences with health, education, employment and welfare benefits. Our answers will influence their strategy and inform their work for the next five years. The deadline for completing the survey is Friday 2 August 2019. Go to the survey
This M.E. research round-up covers studies published from 17 March 2018 to 16 May 2018: Standing unaided, Glucose and muscle cells, Unwanted effects of rituximab, Blood sample analysis. Read the research round-up
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 »
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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This M.E. research round-up covers studies published up to 16 October 2017: Defining M.E./CFS, Patient surveys after using CBT, GET and pacing, Brain activity in adolescents with CFS, Recovery in M.E. and CFS. Read the research round-up
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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Where to find information and support on M.E. Read More »