If you are in the UK, please email your MP asking them to sign Early Day Motion 1247. What is an EDM? Early day motions (EDMs) are motions submitted for debate in the House of Commons for which no day has been fixed. As there is no specific time allocated to EDMs very few
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Westminster Hall Debate on the PACE trial and its effects on people with ME: an analysis of the response from Caroline Dinenage MP, Minster of State for Care On the 20 February 2018 a debate was held in the Palace of Westminster (UK) on the PACE trial and its effects on people with ME. (See
Members of Parliament heard about the flaws of the PACE Trial – and its devastating effects on people with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME) – in a Westminster Hall debate today. Twenty-six MPs attended the debate.
A Westminster Hall debate on the PACE trial will take place on Tuesday, 20th Feb., from 11 to 11:30 a.m. Carol Monaghan MP has secured the debate. Watch the Debate or Attend the Debate Follow the debate on Twitter by following @meactnetuk or @MEActNet. The debate will discuss the flawed science behind PACE, and how it has affected policy
A Westminster Hall debate on the PACE trial has been scheduled for Tuesday, 20th Feb., 11-11:30 a.m. Carol Monaghan MP has secured the debate. Please urge your MP to attend the Westminster Hall debate to learn about the flawed science behind PACE, and how it has affected policy on Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME) in the UK,
UPDATE On 20th September, NICE overturned the original proposal and announced it would review its guideline on ME. This is great news but means we need to double our efforts to make sure that the new guideline is robust enough to protect and help people with ME for generations to come. We still need you
The NHS’ NICE guidelines are badly out of date, and only offer two main treatments: Graded Exercise Therapy and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. We’ve just heard that NICE, despite being due for a revision this year, are intending not to revise the guidelines after all. This is worrying for all patients who have been harmed