In the first week of December, any donation to the Big Give Appeal will be doubled! Help us to change the medical mindset within the NHS…
New medical education initiative launched in Scotland by collaboration of charities including the ME Association and the CMRC Medical Education Group.
The information in this new guide should be of help to people when managing post-Covid fatigue syndrome and post-Covid ME/CFS.
This month’s website poll is part of our focus on education. Please vote and join the discussion on MEA social media.
Having a consultant physician as part of a ME/CFS clinical team is essential. This is a fantastic opportunity to join one of the best NHS services in the country.
We update our general leaflet on Covid-19 and ME/CFS and this is reproduced below along with all our range of free leaflets about the infection and lockdown.
“I hope that one day I will be able to use my lost years to help others by raising awareness of the plight of those living with M.E.”
“Without doubt my biggest regret has been that I have not been able to have my own family.”
“My daughter is so ill she has had to disengage with her education. She has been house-bound for three years and bed-bound for the majority of this time.”
“M.E. still affects every aspect of my life. Attending school was a huge hurdle for me and one I still struggle with.”
“I repeatedly pushed myself to return to work. Every time I ended up off sick again. I was bewildered by a situation where the will to be well failed every time.”
“Positives are there but, in the depths of this dreadful disorder, sometimes they are very hard to see.”
For ME Awareness, the ME Association will be featuring stories from people with M.E. every day throughout May.
Dr Shepherd updates on the situation and explains how you can help prevent the spread of this infection and minimise exposure.
Anna explores how technology can help to include more chronically ill students in education.