My blog from the intersection of patient & pharmacist. My name is Emily and I’m a pharmacist in the UK. I blog about health, taking medication, research, and pharmacy services for people with M.E. I also write about the projects I work on and my voluntary work as Pharmacist & Research Officer for Action for M.E. Read on to find out more about my M.E. story.
Action for M.E.’s Big Survey on living with M.E./CFS in the UK asks about our experiences with health, education, employment and welfare benefits. Our answers will influence their strategy and inform their work for the next five years. If you want to take a break at any point, the survey will remember where you got […]
As you may be aware, NICE is reviewing its guideline for CFS/M.E. As part of this, they have asked patients to complete a survey on their experiences of cognitive behavioural therapy and graded exercise therapy to help inform their new guideline. NICE, a UK organisation which publishes guidelines for the diagnosis and management of medical […]
It’s a long one covering the last six months – I had to take some time out from volunteering. This M.E. research round-up covers studies published up to 30 September 2018: Quality of sleep, Defining M.E., Autonomic nervous system abnormalities, Natural killer cells and the immune system, Diagnosing M.E./CFS, Impact of M.E. on mental health. […]