NICE draft guideline on ME/CFS - dates for your diary

Updated: Dec 16, 2020

Please find the recording of the discussion with Dr David Tuller on this page.

The new NICE draft guideline for ME/CFS is open for consultation. We are hosting 3 events on Zoom to enable discussion around the guideline:

- 2 member-only sessions for open discussions on the guideline, on Thursday the 26th November 2pm and Wednesday 2nd December 5pm. We wish to hear your comments to help shape the official feedback from the Sheffield ME and Fibromyalgia Group to the guideline. We intend, as a recognised stakeholder in the NICE process, to send them a written submission by the deadline of 22nd December based on YOUR views and comments.

If you wish to join on either or both these dates, we would like you to please answer this short questionnaire to help us organise the sessions around your themes of interest.

Please contact us if you are a member, wish to join and haven't received the joining details yet. If you wish to become a member of our Group, please go to Become a member or contact us for further help.

- A discussion with Dr David Tuller open to all on Monday 7th December at 5pm. Dr Tuller will be sharing his thoughts and addressing your comments. Please register to the Zoom meeting to receive the joining details.

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