Author: Susan Cole

Why people with ME need healthy allies

On Sunday 29th of September, my husband, David, and our daughter, Rosslyn, are taking part in the Great Scottish Run 10K to raise money for #MEAction UK. As friends of #MEAction volunteer Emma Shorter and her family, David and Rosslyn have been aware of ME for some time but they’ve only relatively recently gained a

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Scottish Parliament Committee Hears Petition on ME

Listen to the article: On 24th January, the Scottish Parliament Public Petitions Committee heard evidence on three continuing petitions, including #MEAction Scotland’s petition: PE1690 Review treatment of people with myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME) in Scotland. Petition evidence is considered in stages to enable all submissions to be studied. The previous evidence hearing raised a number of

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Scotland: Review Treatment of People with ME Petition

On Thursday, 8th November, the Scottish Parliament Public Petitions Committee met to review evidence submitted in support of various petitions, including #MEAction’s petition: PE01690 Review Treatment of People with ME in Scotland. Submitted by Emma Shorter, on behalf of #MEAction Scotland, in June this year, the petition called on the Scottish Parliament to urge the

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UK: More than 250 GPs Attended ME Workshop at the RCGP Conference

A week after the recent RCGP Annual Primary Care Conference & Exhibition held in Glasgow on the 4th – 6th October, it seems appropriate to reflect on the impact of the conference on educating GPs about myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME). The RCGP Conference is the must-attend event of the year for GPs and practice team colleagues, showcasing

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Scottish Lib. Dems Pass Motion for ME, with Amendment

ME history was made this week in the historic capital of Scotland when delegates at the Scottish Liberal Democrats autumn conference voted to support conference motion SC5: Investing in ME – Recognition, Research, and Education. So it’s official, the motion, drawn up in consultation with #MEAction Scotland, is now party policy. It is a hugely

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