ABOUT #MEACTION UK
Our movement fights for recognition, education, and research so that one day all people with ME (myalgic encephalomyelitis) will have access to rapid diagnosis, and compassionate, effective care. As people with ME, carers and allies ourselves, we campaign on the issues that are most pressing.
In Scotland, health is a devolved issue for the Scottish Parliament and covered by #MEAction Scotland.
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Over 2,000 people with ME/CFS, carers and health professionals in the UK engaged with the recent survey from the ME/CFS Priority Setting Partnership. Through three stages of participation, this process is aiming to define the top ten research priorities for people affected by this disease. The process now has just one more step – and you could be part of it. These
Two NICE ME/CFS guideline committee members joined #MEAction for a community call, to provide their insight into the guideline process and answer questions. Adam Lowe is a person with ME and has been supporter of various ME organisations, including #MEAction UK and Science for ME. He was one of five lay members on the committee.
On November 12th, just a few days after our launch of the Dear Doctor Campaign, @NICEGetInvolved retweeted our campaign and shared their thanks in our work to educate the medical establishment about the new guideline. This is cause for celebration! This is the start of a real change that has begun in how we are