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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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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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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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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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Public Letter to RCPCH: DwME Associate and Neurodisability Paediatrician Dr. Ben Marsh calls for explanation

A call for the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health to explain undermining of scientific review Doctors with M.E. Associate, Neurodisability Paediatrician and representative on the JLA Priority Setting Partnership Steering Group, Dr. Ben Marsh, has publicly written to the President of The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH). He requested an explanation for the College’s…Continue readingPublic Letter to RCPCH: DwME Associate and Neurodisability Paediatrician Dr. Ben Marsh calls for explanation

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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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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