At Action for ME’s annual conference they will be asking how to collaborate more effectively to better meet the needs of people with M.E. at a local, national and international level, presentations include:

  • Their five-year strategy for change by Sonya Chowdhury, Chief Executive, Action for M.E.
  • New technologies for M.E. research by Dr Warwick Dunn, School of Biosciences, University of Birmingham
  • Supporting people with MS and M.E. by Bernard Elwen, Honorary Secretary, MS National Therapy Centre.

To watch these presentations and others on Friday 18 November, as well as their Annual General Meeting, go to the Action for M.E. page on the Ustream website and tune in from 10am. You can find the full programme on the Collaborating for change website and follow updates on our Facebook and Twitter feeds, where they will be posting updates throughout the day.

Friday 18 November 2016, 10 – 4:30 pm

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