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A Radical Care Pathway for ME/CFS - NHS Managers Network

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  1. Bob

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    NHS Managers Network - The Essential Resource for NHS managers

    A Radical Care Pathway for ME/CFS
    Guest Editorial
    by Nancy Blake
    3rd October 2013

    http://www.nhsmanagers.net/guest-editorials/a-radical-care-pathway-for-mecfs/


    An interesting and helpfully provocative article by Nancy Blake. Worth a read.
     
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  2. peggy-sue

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    Worth all health professionals reading it - and taking it seriously. :thumbsup:
     
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    The minute I read it, I put a link to this thread in another one, because it was completely relevant to the OPs worries.:)
     
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    maryb iherb code TAK122

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    how refreshing to read something like this - sounds like she has some experience of real ME patients.
    Pity she's not an NHS GP - we'd all be flocking to her!!!
     
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    MeSci ME/CFS since 1995; activity level 6?

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    It's a good article. I googled the author. She is described as recovering from ME since 1986
     
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    A welcome article. Problem is that NHS docs likely can't follow it all even if they want to as its not supported by the NICE guidelines. But still good to see as stuff like this helps to gradually change the false beliefs of doctors regarding the illness.
     
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    Sigh... So it has nothing official to do with the NHS. Still it wasn't a bad read.
     

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