Tag Archives: Centre for Welfare Reform

Project offers new bridge between chronic illness community & disability movement

Disability News service blog post by John Pring,2018: Project offers new bridge between chronic illness community and disability movement A disabled researcher has suggested a way to bring the hundreds of thousands of people with chronic illness under the umbrella … Continue reading

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Call for retraction of PACE publication

The Centre for Welfare Reform blog post, 13 March 2017: Call for retraction of PACE publication An open letter to the editors of the journal Psychological Medicine, calling for the retraction of the 2013 article “Recovery from chronic fatigue syndrome … Continue reading

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How does it feel to be assessed?

How does it feel to be assessed? a paper from the Centre for welfare reform, by Chris Akers, November 2016 There is insufficient attention given to the price people pay for having to go through assessments of need within the modern welfare … Continue reading

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Misleading medical research underpins disability cuts

Centre for Welfare Reform report, by George Faulkner, 14 April 2016: In the Expectation of Recovery: misleading medical research and welfare reform Description / abstract: The attack by the UK Government on disability benefits has only just started to receive mainstream … Continue reading

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