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Inclusive education for students with chronic illness – technological challenges & opportunities

Inclusive education for students with chronic illness – technological challenges and opportunities, by Anna Wood. Chapter in book:  Artificial Intelligence and Inclusive Education Perspectives on Rethinking and Reforming Education pp135-148 [June 14 2019] Chapter abstract: Although the general issues related … Continue reading

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Housebound people with ME have greater physical impairment

Research abstract: Objectives: The objective of this study was to examine individuals with myalgic encephalomyelitis and chronic fatigue syndrome who are confined to their homes due to severe symptomatology. The existing literature fails to address differences between this group, and less severe, nonhousebound patient … Continue reading

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46% think CFS or ME legitimate reason to miss work

A quarter of UK residents don’t believe chronic illness is a legitimate reason to miss work. Many chronic and often invisible health conditions are not regarded by the British public as legitimate reasons for long term absence from work, survey … Continue reading

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Couples’ experiences of interacting with others in CFS: a qualitative study

Abstract Objectives: Social isolation and stigma are frequently reported by patients with chronic fatigue syndrome/myalgic encephalomyelitis and relationships in the home environment with those close to the patients (their ‘significant others’) may thus be particularly important. Rather little attention has … Continue reading

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