Emerge Australia Health and Welfare Survey

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Federation University, in collaboration with Emerge Australia, would like to invite you to participate in a health and welfare study of people with ME/CFS.
 
If you have been diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, you are invited to participate in a study involving the completion of an anonymous questionnaire related to your experiences with diagnosis, symptoms, impacts, healthcare, and support.
We would be enormously grateful if you could take the time and energy to complete this anonymous survey. We will use the results of this survey to inform our education and advocacy work.
Complete the  “ME/CFS Health and Welfare Survey” survey on the Emerge Australia website.
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