It is ME Awareness Week in May and we’ll be focusing on health and social care against the background of the new NICE clinical guideline for ME/CFS.
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We asked those who suffer with Severe M.E if they would like to submit their stories to be published on the ME Association website blog.
In this introduction you will find a discussion about the need for suitable healthcare. Also background about severe and very severe M.E. and the support that is available.
Dr Charles Shepherd explains why we have been devoting so much time and effort to covering issues relating to Post-COVID Syndromes.
In response to a letter from Drs. Shepherd and Weir, NICE produced a statement about graded exercise therapy for Post-Covid management.
During the covid-19 lockdown, have you felt confident in the NHS’s ability to provide appropriate care and support as a person with ME/CFS?
The new and influential NICE guideline will be sent to stakeholders for review in November before publication on 21 April 2021.
Paul Garner, Professor at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, talks about those who have not recovered from Covid-19.
“I suspect that the losses faced by many people with M.E. are in some ways uniquely different to almost every other patient group.”
What would you like healthcare for M.E. to look like in Scotland? Take part in this important SHC survey.
We review what happened at the first meeting and list the MPs that attended. Biomedical research is on the agenda for the next APPG meeting in March.
The influential Cochrane organisation has published an updated review and issued a statement following concerns expressed by the patient community.