Discussion in 'General ME/CFS News' started by Gday!, Mar 15, 2018.
Just saw it posted by someone in IiME Research Facebook group and they replied..
"The establishment looks after its own as we have seen and no matter what crass, untruthful or hideously self-serving propaganda some people (and organisations) come out with they still continue to retain positions of influence.
Something to remember for those who are repeatedly giving second-chances to organisations and individuals who have let them down, and continue to let down all people with ME."
They added these links:
Their twitter account is https://twitter.com/BristolCCAH
It looks like they've been supporting Crawley's quackery for a while, and it's pretty well in line with most of their other projects.
My husband went to Bristol and it was originally on the list of universities for my daughter. Maybe she'll still even apply, knock their socks off and be offered a place. Then I'll send them a letter explaining exactly why she will not be accepting it, listing all the times they let her and other children with ME down by turning a blind eye to bad science. I'll look forward to that day.
If she's exiting the CFS field, then surely this is a good thing?
She won't leave the field, she is going to her new role to grow the brand. She will use this job to do the governments bidding on declaring more children 'mentally ill', I dont think she has even left the CMRC, she's just got Edwards and the functional crowd on the inside, its all just a big game.
They blocked my for asking if they had any comments about Crawley's failure to get ethical approval.
Well Bristol CCAH are advertising a vacancy on Twitter for FITNET so ....
We saw on another thread - it's an assistant role, under Esther Crawley as PI.
Wait which Edwards?
The one doing the £600,000 functional neurological symtoms study for the CMRC to dump us in the BDD category.
someone (#PACEtrial) has been trying to inform Bristol Uni students about Crawleys shenanigans.
Anyone care to sign up and PM them with the latest news about her?
Applied Research Collaboration - West (NIHR)
Professor Esther Crawley Theme Lead Healthier Childhoods
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