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Webinar Training Series: Myalgic Encephalomyelitis: “How the Paradigm has Shifted”

We are pleased to announce a brand new webinar series organised by partner organisation Hope 4 ME & Fibro Northern Ireland, in association with many respected organisations including Doctors with M.E., the Workwell Foundation and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Running now until 6th October 2021. Sign up for a weekly programme…Continue readingWebinar Training Series: Myalgic Encephalomyelitis: “How the Paradigm has Shifted”

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Founding father of Human Genome Project joins Doctors with M.E. with leading evidence based policy expert as Honorary Fellows

Doctors with M.E. today formally announces two Honorary Fellows, recognised for the value of their contributions to ME/CFS scientific progress, Professors Ron Davis and Brian Hughes. Professor Ron Davis is a global authority on biochemistry, genetics and genomics, Director of the Stanford Genome Technology Center (SGTC) at Stanford University and Director of the Scientific Advisory…Continue readingFounding father of Human Genome Project joins Doctors with M.E. with leading evidence based policy expert as Honorary Fellows

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Global scientific communities and clinicians urge NICE to Publish ME/CFS Guideline now

Doctors with M.E. Board, Fellows & Associates are co-signatories to a public letter written by Dr. David Tuller of the Center of Global Public Health at the University of California, Berkeley. The letter writes to urge NICE to publish the new ME/CFS guideline. It is signed by scientists, clinicians, academics and other experts from the…Continue readingGlobal scientific communities and clinicians urge NICE to Publish ME/CFS Guideline now

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Honorary Fellow on the new NICE Guideline for ME/CFS: Ten Questions Answered

Your questions regarding the new NICE Guideline announcement this week have been broken down and addressed by Doctors with M.E. Honorary Fellow, Professor Brian Hughes: 1. What’s going on? 2. How is the new guideline different to the old one? 3. Why is the new guideline being welcomed? 4. Why was the old guideline problematic?…Continue readingHonorary Fellow on the new NICE Guideline for ME/CFS: Ten Questions Answered

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Wellcome Trust Funded Video Education Project

Dialogues for a Neglected Illness Dialogues for a neglected illness is a new Wellcome Public Engagement Fund project led by Natalie Boulton and Josh Biggs, with involvement by a number of medical and scientific professionals. Dr Luis Nacul, Dr Eliana Lacerda and Caroline Kingdon from the Cure ME team at the London School of Hygiene…Continue readingWellcome Trust Funded Video Education Project

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Honorary Fellow comments on the BMJ and NICE Guideline Committee Resignations

Is it just me, or is the BMJ’s take on those NICE guideline committee resignations maybe a little biased? The BMJ are reporting that four members of NICE’s guideline committee on ME/CFS have stood down. One is the medical advisor of the ME Association, who stated yesterday that he found it too difficult to combine…Continue readingHonorary Fellow comments on the BMJ and NICE Guideline Committee Resignations

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Monitoring Treatment Harm in the NHS

Monitoring treatment harm in Myalgic Encephalomyelitis / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: A freedom-of-information study of National Health Service specialist centres in England Doctors with M.E. Honorary Fellows, Professor Brian Hughes and Tom Kindlon co-author important research investigating the reporting of treatment-related harm in ME/CFS following the use of graded exercise therapy (GET) and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy…Continue readingMonitoring Treatment Harm in the NHS