Discussion in 'Advocacy Projects and Campaigns' started by Andy, Jan 21, 2019.
....."So how does this affect our present concern with NICE?
I am starting to wonder if the late decision to revise the guidelines was really a strategic ploy in a much larger game: a ploy to keep us all focused on a detail which would soon become irrelevant. A ploy to keep us looking out of the train window, squinting at the appointments to the Guideline Development Group, trying to guess if there’s still a chance that CBT and GET will be removed in a couple of years, all the time unaware of what is heading towards us down the line ahead, a monstrous train which is bent on headlong collision.
And what exactly is this nightmare train?"
My thoughts all along exactly.........
And this appears to be the direction of travel as highlighted by Keith et al
The Importance of Accurate Diagnosis of ME/CFS in Children and Adolescents: A Commentary
Keith James Geraghty* and Charles Adeniji
I've created this thread, https://s4me.info/threads/how-shoul...sion-a-case-study-on-2017-barkham-et-al.7795/, for the paper discussed in the comments on Spoonseeker's blog.
I have started a thread for Spoonseeker's new blog:
Spoonseeker: 'Going Back in Time…' blog about MUS, January 2019
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