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Putting it into Practice: What NICE ME/CFS means for GPs

Contents Overview Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME), also known as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), is a chronic, complex, multi-system organic illness with often devastating consequences. It can affect different aspects of life for both people with ME/CFS and their families and carers, including work and education, activities of daily living, family life, social life and emotional wellbeing.…Continue readingPutting it into Practice: What NICE ME/CFS means for GPs

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Health Education England removes Long Covid video after scientific evidence supports complaints

Professor Trudie Chalder of King’s College London, co-author of widely debunked PACE trial and Director of the Persistent Physical Symptom Service at South London and Maudsley NHS Trust, gives dangerous advice, ignorant of pertinent clinical knowledge, and presents trial findings in a misleading manner in a webinar on Long Covid that is now removed from…Continue readingHealth Education England removes Long Covid video after scientific evidence supports complaints

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NICE 2021: A Triumph of Science over Discrimination

Doctors with M.E. stands ready to work with partners and organisations to bring medical education up-to-date and assist in developing the right services for ME/CFS patients. “The new guideline represents a positive and total paradigm change, uniting around the science, official disease classification and medico-legal compliance implications.” “This translation of scientific knowledge into clinical practice…Continue readingNICE 2021: A Triumph of Science over Discrimination

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The NICE debacle – will NICE survive?

The current NICE debacle and extraordinary deviation from normal procedure and published protocol is further evidence of institutionalised discrimination by large sections of the UK medical establishment.  That one professional and patient group should be treated in a manner at odds with clear and growing scientific knowledge would be unacceptable in any other disease.  Yet…Continue readingThe NICE debacle – will NICE survive?

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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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A Review of ME/CFS: Past, Present and Future

Science’s rejection of psychological dogma Doctors with M.E. Honorary Fellows Dr. William Weir and Dr. Nigel Speight co-author a newly published opinion piece that discusses the past, present and possible future of ME/CFS. In order to give context as to how ME/CFS came to be incorrectly viewed as a psychological disorder, the article draws on…Continue readingA Review of ME/CFS: Past, Present and Future

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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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BBC Radio 4: Doctors with M.E. feature on flagship Woman’s Hour

ME, Long Covid and the NICE Guideline 2021 Delay Doctors with M.E. Director, Dr. Nina Muirhead, and Doctors with M.E Honorary Fellow and Action for ME Medical Advisor, Dr. David Strain, discuss ME/CFS, Long Covid, the NICE guideline delay and the need for more education and resources in an interview on BBC Radio 4 Woman’s…Continue readingBBC Radio 4: Doctors with M.E. feature on flagship Woman’s Hour

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Mayo Clinic: ME/CFS Essentials of Diagnosis and Management Consensus Statement

This comprehensive article, co-authored by Doctors With M.E. Honorary Fellows, Dr. Lucinda Bateman and Professor Anthony Komaroff, summarises best clinical practice recommendations for generalist and specialist health care providers treating adults affected by ME/CFS. The article covers epidemiology, prognosis, etiology and pathophysiology, diagnostic approach with new diagnostic criteria, and management of ME/CFS. The clinicians behind…Continue readingMayo Clinic: ME/CFS Essentials of Diagnosis and Management Consensus Statement

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International Consensus Primer for Medical Practitioners

(download via the Australian National Health and Medical Research Council) The International Consensus Primer (ICP) is a one-stop user-friendly reference that covers aetiology and pathophysiology of ME/CFS, together with guidance regarding personalised assessment, diagnosis, management and treatment for this complex illness. Included within the guide is a comprehensive clinical assessment and diagnostic worksheet, to enable…Continue readingInternational Consensus Primer for Medical Practitioners