An ME Essential supplement for Christmas. We share stories, plans for the festive week, recipes, gift ideas and much, much more!
We’ve updated the free Research Index and feature 17 research studies from November 2019.
Publication of the new clinical guideline on ME/CFS is delayed until 9th December 2020.
When you are sick with M.E. maintaining relationships can be very hard. Marion writes about the challenges we can all face.
In this month’s website survey we’re asking how your M.E. has affected your health over the last year.
Last chance to purchase our delightful Christmas Cards and a note of our Christmas Opening Times.
We explain what happened at the recent MRC/NIHR workshop and invite you to complete a survey on research criteria.
We have updated this research review to include a new study from Finland.
Such small but powerful words – for right and wrong reasons… When there’s no chance of becoming 100% better, hearing or reading them can really drag you down to the dark places of your mind.
We have provided a Template Letter you might like to use to contact your candidates ahead of the General Election on 12th December.
“I’m for the badge because it alerts everyone to the fact you have an issue whether it be M.E. or possibly another illness that is also invisible.”
The MRC will host a workshop to help the CMRC with its major bioresource proposal involving 20,000 samples and data from people with M.E.
The CMRC research conference takes place in Bristol on Tuesday 10th and Wednesday 11th March, 2020.
We’ve updated the free central Research Index and feature 16 research studies from October 2019.
What are the issues of most concern to you? Please complete the website survey and share your comments.
Ewan Dale explains how the MEA has responded to this latest consultation from NICE and we review the controversial clinical guideline.
The RCGP conference is underway and we’re there with Forward ME. Medical student Emilia Allwright has presented her research based on your responses to a recent survey.
“The ME Association is delighted to announce that our Ramsay Research Fund has been able to make three major research grants totalling nearly £200,000.”
We take a closer look at recent research from America that highlights concerns over inappropriate and harmful labelling and advocates for medicine to adopt a more patient-centred approach to care.
Ellie’s badges help people easily get a seat on public transport without needing to negotiate or feel anxious.