NHS Citizen Gather Tool for Myalgic Encephalomyelitis

Help the NHS make decisions on ME/CFS through Citizen Gather

NHS Citizen Gather – England (closes 11th Sept)
NHS Citizen is a way for the public to play a more active role in NHS England’s decision making. We can use NHS Citizen Gather discussion forum to talk to others about how the NHS can improve. A Citizens’ Jury will choose five issues to be discussed by NHS England leaders and citizens at the NHS Citizen Assembly in November.
From the NHS news release:

“Everyone who joins in with the NHS Citizen Gather can:
Start discussions on how the NHS can improve by posting ideas, suggestions and evidence
Join discussions and comment on what other people are saying
Contribute evidence and insights to develop the discussion
Vote to support the discussions you think are important”

To find out more about NHS Citizen Gather and how to get involved for ME/CFS, read the blog post at A Prescription for M.E..

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3 thoughts on “NHS Citizen Gather Tool for Myalgic Encephalomyelitis”

  1. We need the government to invest in and provide treatments for ME and release the information secretly held to the public about ME

  2. There’s now a great wish list over on the blog A Prescription For M.E. linked to above if you’d like to add yours or register on the NHS Gather forum and start discussing things there. Action for M.E. are also going to be creating an easier way for us to formulate submissions to the UK NIHR and NHS Citizen Gather, if people are wondering where to begin.

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