After 3 years of hard work by an independent guideline committee, the new ME/CFS guideline, published by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), contains major improvements.
Work must now take place to ensure this guideline is implemented accurately and with people with ME at the heart of these projects. #MEAction UK will be working towards this in the coming months. You can read more about the guideline here.
But first the committee members who have fought so hard to improve this guideline deserve our thanks.
Write your message to them below.
We’d particularly like to highlight the work of the 5 lay members:
- Saran Bonser
- Sally Burch
- Dorinda Jack
- Nicola Kidby
- Adam Lowe
And the Chair and Vice-Chair: Peter Barry and Ilora Finlay. As well as the remaining committee members and NICE staff who helped to ensure science won over stigma.
Send your message of thanks below, and see what other’s are saying.