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NICE draft ME/CFS guideline recommends energy management, rest & physical maintenance

NICE draft ME/CFS guideline: energy management, rest & physical maintenance   The draft NICE guideline is open for consultation until December 22nd 2020. Contact the helpline or use the contact form on this website with your comments for inclusion in … Continue reading

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Video lecture by Dr Lucinda Bateman: Upright activity & exercise intolerance: critical concepts in the evaluation of chronic fatigue

Upright activity and exercise intolerance: critical concepts in the evaluation of chronic fatigue, by Dr Lucinda Bateman   Dr Bateman talks to doctors.  Duration 56 minutes. Topics covered: how she assesses and diagnoses patients with ME/CFS the questionnaires she gets … Continue reading

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Rethinking the standard of care for ME/CFS

Rethinking the standard of care for Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, by Fred Friedberg, Madison Sunnquist, Luis Nacul in Journal of General Internal Medicine, Published online: 21 October 2019 [doi.org/10.1007/s11606-019-05375-y ]   Article abstract: For over two decades, the standard of … Continue reading

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Do coping strategies improve health in CFS?

Abstract OBJECTIVE/Hypothesis The objective of this study was to examine sub-types of individuals with chronic fatigue syndrome based on variables that are associated with the energy envelope theory and to examine the role of coping strategies in explaining the differences … Continue reading

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Does the energy envelope theory improve function?

Abstract Objective/Hypothesis: The objective of this study was to examine sub-types of individuals with chronic fatigue syndrome based on variables that are associated with the energy envelope theory and to examine the role of coping strategies in explaining the differences … Continue reading

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