Category: United Kingdom

Help Shape Research in the NHS

The UK’s National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) is asking for suggestions from patients, carers and members of the public for tests and treatments that need to be researched.

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Portraits of invisible illness

Juliet Chenery-Robson is a freelance photo-journalist and editor in the UK. She had to put aside her career and become a full time caretaker when her daughter developed ME at age 13. Robson has spent the past 10 years raising awareness for ME. She describes an all too familiar experience with doctors: [pullquote align=”full” cite=”” link=”” color=”#E7453A” class=””

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News from Wales

The situation for people with ME in Wales is extremely difficult. This is because there is no Specialist Care for people and the GPs do not have any training about the condition during their training. It is left up to them to find out about the condition if they need to or want to. Therefore

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Help Action for ME Give Feedback to the House of Lords

Action for M.E. is submitting feedback to the United Kingdom’s House of Lords Select Committee on Equality Act The call for evidence covers a number of specific areas, so Action for ME is asking you to respond to a set of questions to help them form a response. Don’t worry if you aren’t able to

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Life with M.E. – Short Film Fundraiser

Change For M.E. Change For Us is creating a short film about discrimination and neglect that those living with M.E. must face every day in the medical community. Our volunteers are raring to go, now we just need vital funding…

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