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Transcript of Professor Julia Newton's ‘Standing up for fatigue’ talk at the 'Understanding the neurobiology of fatigue' conference Nov 2017

Discussion in 'General ME/CFS News' started by Andy, Nov 16, 2017.

  1. Andy

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    Main ME Association page on this. Note, it only includes part of the transcript - http://www.meassociation.org.uk/201...ton-standing-up-for-fatigue-16-november-2017/

    Link to the full transcript - http://www.meassociation.org.uk/wp-...n-Standing-up-for-Fatigue-Slides-Nov-2017.pdf
     
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    Content is mostly good...you might disagree with the page 14 of the slides on the origin of the illness

    Genetic predisposition >> Psychosocial background >> triggering event (infection)
     
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    Also the first line of the conclusion Page 47 of the slides

    "CFS/ME is a chronic disabling disease with a genetic background, triggered by infection and with a link to psychosocial stressors"

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    Thank you to Russell Fleming who did the transcript on behalf of the MEA.
     
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    Thank you @Russell Fleming - and welcome to the forum!
     
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    Overall I thought it was a great presentation from Prof N. I read transcript, haven't seen slides.

    There is a particularly offensive comment in the Q & A about how personality affects self-reports on fatigue, pain and depression. Comments on how those with a high neuroticism and low consscientiousness report more fatigue,pain and depression!!
     
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