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What does good practice look like? Patients chip in

When faced with a life changing, devastating chronic illness with no cure in a young person, doctors often don’t know what to do. Doctors with M.E. has produced guidance for GPs, but what do patients want? We asked patients to share examples of when doctors got it right. It is heartening to read this collection…Continue readingWhat does good practice look like? Patients chip in

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ME/CFS: The urgent need for improved generalist medical education

Doctors are currently underprepared for care of patients with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME/CFS) and medical education in this area is deficient.  ME/CFS is a complex, chronic multi-system condition which affects at least 250,000 people in the UK, and frequently develops following a viral infection.(1)(2)  Importantly, a growing number of people living with chronic disease following Covid-19…Continue readingME/CFS: The urgent need for improved generalist medical education

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Evaluating duties of care and unmanaged risk exposures

The numbers of people affected by ME/CFS are significant. There are roughly twice as many sufferers as either Crohn’s disease or Lupus, roughly one and half times as many sufferers as HIV/AIDS in the European Union, and similar numbers of sufferers as either multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease. The prevalence rates are significantly greater where…Continue readingEvaluating duties of care and unmanaged risk exposures

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Doctors with M.E. driving advancement in frontline care

“England’s largest GP super partnership, the Modality Partnership, places itself at the forefront of postviral disease management and care” This is a Doctors with M.E. news announcement of developments within Modality of public health importance and not a joint release with Modality England’s largest GP super partnership, the Modality Partnership, with nearly half a million…Continue readingDoctors with M.E. driving advancement in frontline care