Tag Archives: Prof David Tuller

Bias caused by reliance on patient-reported outcome measures in non-blinded randomized trials

Bias caused by reliance on patient-reported outcome measures in non-blinded randomized trials: an in-depth look at exercise therapy for chronic fatigue syndrome by Michiel Tack, David M Tuller & Caroline Struthers in Fatigue: Biomedicine, Health & Behavior Vol 8, 2020 … Continue reading

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Podcast – Long COVID & ME/CFS

Long-term COVID & ME/CFS – a podcast   A TWiV podcast hosted by Prof Vincent Racaniello with Prof Mady Hornig, Fiona Lowenstein, Prof David Tuller and 2 patients to discuss long-term COVID & the similarities & differences with ME/CFS”. [1h … Continue reading

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The concept of ‘illness without disease’ impedes understanding of CFS: a response to Sharpe & Greco

The concept of ‘illness without disease’ impedes understanding of chronic fatigue syndrome: a response to Sharpe and Greco, by Steven Lubet, David Tuller in BMJ Medical Humanities. Published Online First: 01 June 2020. [doi: 10.1136/medhum-2019-011807]   Article abstract: In a … Continue reading

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