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DwME recognises research scientist Caroline Kingdon with post-viral clinical expert Dr. William Weir

Doctors with M.E. recognise the contributions to clinical practice, research literature and scientific innovation of our latest Honorary Fellows, Caroline Kingdon and Dr. William Weir. Their contributions have accelerated the quality of empirical work and grounded the literature in frontline clinical relevance. This experience has most recently culminated in their roles as full Committee Members…Continue readingDwME recognises research scientist Caroline Kingdon with post-viral clinical expert Dr. William Weir

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Rapid Response and Expert Comment: NICE Guideline Delay and Accommodation of Unlawfulness

We are very disappointed to hear of the ‘pause’ in publication of the NICE ME/CFS Guideline, already delayed in April. Following the hard work of the Guideline Development Group, we received news of the further delay of guideline publication with both dismay and profound concern for practitioners, their organisations and patients. Continued delay or deviation…Continue readingRapid Response and Expert Comment: NICE Guideline Delay and Accommodation of Unlawfulness

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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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Genetic Risk Factors – A Review

Genetic risk factors of ME/CFS: a critical review Doctors with M.E. Honorary Fellow, Professor Chris Ponting co-authors a review that highlights the need for large genome-wide association studies, such as the much anticipated DecodeME project. Such studies are required to identify possible genetic risk factors in ME/CFS, as this could improve our understanding and drive…Continue readingGenetic Risk Factors – A Review

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Cyber security alert for research, medical and allied communities working on ME or Long Covid

We strongly advise immediate and ongoing action to secure against live cyber security risks to members of the ME and Long Covid (PASC) research, medical and allied communities. We outline the minimum counter measures that we recommend. This is further to cyber security events that are outlined below, which have been reported to cyber crime…Continue readingCyber security alert for research, medical and allied communities working on ME or Long Covid

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DwME Honorary Fellow responds to RCP post

Doctors with M.E. Honorary Fellow, Professor Derek Pheby, has responded to Dr. Nina Muirhead’s article for the Royal College of Physicians, following up her 2019 article. This article comes within Royal College of Physicians initiatives to work with medical specialities to improve care for Long COVID patients. In particular, Dr. Muirhead discusses the recent surge…Continue readingDwME Honorary Fellow responds to RCP post

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Royal College of Physicians and DwME on the ME/CFS interest surge

Doctors with M.E. Director, Dr. Nina Muirhead, has written for the Royal College of Physicians in a follow up to her 2019 article. This article comes within Royal College of Physicians initiatives to work with medical specialities to improve care for Long COVID patients. In particular, Dr. Muirhead discusses the recent surge in clinical interest…Continue readingRoyal College of Physicians and DwME on the ME/CFS interest surge

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DwME joins call for NICE to maintain scientific process

Further to our position statement on the 2021 NICE guideline update, Doctors with M.E. has joined the call for NICE to ensure that unconsulted changes are not injected, as these would avoid scrutiny by the scientific community. DwME considers the 2021 NICE guideline to be a watershed moment in the history of ME/CFS medical care…Continue readingDwME joins call for NICE to maintain scientific process

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Stigma and causal attribution – new research

Causal attributions and perceived stigma for Myalgic Encephalomyelitis / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Doctors with M.E. Honorary Fellow, Professor Leonard Jason, continues his scholarship in the field of ME with his coauthorship of a newly published paper examining the role of stigma and its impact on health-related and social outcomes. In addition to ME’s extremely low…Continue readingStigma and causal attribution – new research