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Recovering from CFS as an intra-active process

Recovering from chronic fatigue syndrome as an intra-active process, by Karen Synne Groven, Tone Dahl-Michelsen in Health Care Women International 12: 1-12, 2019   Abstract In this article, we draw on the narrative of a woman who has recovered from chronic … Continue reading

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Paediatric CFS patients’ & parents’ perceptions of recovery

Paediatric chronic fatigue syndrome patients’ and parents’ perceptions of recovery, by Matthew Robert Harland, Roxanne Morin Parslow, Nina Anderson, Danielle Byrne, Esther Crawley in BMJ Paediatrics Open Vol 3, #1, Dec 2, 2019   Research abstract: What is known about the … Continue reading

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Measurements of recovery & predictors of outcome in an untreated CFS sample

Measurements of recovery and predictors of outcome in an untreated Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Sample, by Marie Thomas, Andrew Smith in Journal of Health and Medical Sciences Vol 2, #2, pp 167-178 [Published online: April 22, 2019] doi:10.31014/aior.1994.02.02.33   Research abstract: … Continue reading

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Patients’ hopes for recovery from ME/CFS: toward a “recovery in” framework”

Patients’ hopes for recovery from myalgic encephalomyelitis and chronic fatigue syndrome: Toward a “recovery in” framework, by Andrew R Devendorf, Abigail A Brown, Leonard A Jason in Chronic Illness [First published 6 Dec 2018]   Research abstract: Objective: There is no consensus … Continue reading

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Approaching recovery from ME & CFS: challenges to consider in research & practice

Research Abstract: Approaching recovery from myalgic encephalomyelitis and chronic fatigue syndrome: Challenges to consider in research and practice, by Andrew R Devendorf, Carly T Jackson, Madison Sunnquist,  Leonard A Jason in J Health Psychol. 2017 Nov 1 [First Published November … Continue reading

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Defining & measuring recovery from ME and CFS – the physician perspective

Research abstract: Defining and measuring recovery from myalgic encephalomyelitis and chronic fatigue syndrome: the physician perspective, by Andrew R. Devendorf, Carly T. Jackson, Madison Sunnquist & Leonard A. Jason in Disability and Rehabilitation [Published online: 05 Oct 2017] Purpose: To … Continue reading

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Specialist treatment of CFS/ME: a cohort study among adult patients in England

Research abstract:  Specialist treatment of chronic fatigue syndrome/ME: A cohort study among adult patients in England, by Simon M Collin, Esther Crawley in BMC Health Services Research Vol. 17, p 488 [published July 14, 2017] Background: NHS specialist chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS/ME) services … Continue reading

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PACE trial claims of recovery are not justified by the data: a rejoinder to Sharpe, Chalder, Johnson, Goldsmith & White

Following a response from the PACE trial researchers to their re-analysis from the PACE trial researchers Wilshire et al have published a reply: Article abstract:  BACKGROUND: Recently, we critically evaluated the claim from the PACE trial that cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and graded … Continue reading

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The full independent re-analysis of the PACE Trial now available on open access

ME Association blog post, 22 March 2017: Thanks to the MEA, you can now read the whole independent re-analysis of the PACE Trial recovery paper, 22 March 2017 The independent re-analysis of the PACE Trial recovery paper emerged from behind the … Continue reading

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‘Betwixt & between’ liminality in recovery stories from people with ME or CFS

Research abstract: This paper explores experiences of 16 people claiming to have recovered from Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME) or Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) using the concept of liminality. Liminality describes the status of those falling between socially recognised and medically sanctioned categories, and illuminates both … Continue reading

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