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
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Over 1,700 people have now voted for their top ten ME/CFS research priorities in the UK. With the deadline fast approaching this is your last chance to join them and vote. Deadline Monday 13th December 5pm Vote now This process gives greater voice to people affected by ME/CFS to decide the direction of ME/CFS research
Over 1,000 people have now voted for their ME/CFS research priorities. People with ME/CFS, carers and clinicians in the UK are all asked to take part. The ME/CFS Priority Setting Partnership is particularly looking for more people from ethnic minorities, carers and health care professionals to take part. So far: Just 4% of respondents are
Take the survey The ME/CFS Priority Setting Partnership (PSP) is giving you the opportunity to define your top ten priorities for future ME/CFS research. In partnership with the James Lind Alliance, the ME/CFS Priority Setting Partnership is launching their second survey today. The research questions in this survey are based on over 5300 ideas submitted
This is an exciting opportunity to set research priorities for ME, and could be the next big step towards improvinging research funding in the UK.