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“It’s not one size fits all”; the use of videoconferencing for delivering therapy in a Specialist Paediatric CFS Service

“It’s not one size fits all”; the use of videoconferencing for delivering therapy in a Specialist Paediatric Chronic Fatigue Service by Andrew Haig-Ferguson, Maria Loades, Charlotte Whittle, Rebecca Read, Nina Higson-Sweeney, Lucy Beasant, Jennifer Starbuck, Esther Crawley in Internet Interventions Volume 15, … Continue reading

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The impact of a child’s CFS/ME on family relationships

Research abstract Although there is a large body of research literature concerning the impact of childhood chronic illness on family relationships, very little of this has specifically focussed on the impact of childhood Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/Myalgic Encephalopathy (CFS/ME). The current … Continue reading

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