I was recently sent a free book from NIHR as a 'thank you' for the past work I had done for them as a patient rep. The book is entitled, 'Testing Treatments - Better Research for Better Healthcare' and is authored by Imogen Evans, Hazel Thornton, Iain Chalmers and Paul Glazziou. I haven't had chance to read it yet, but a quick glance through I realised this may be an interesting read for members on this site amd possibly a good source of quotes when writing articles, blogs or complaints (for example, about the biased journalism around PACE and M.E. treatments). It is aimed at and written for members of the public. The foreward was written by Ben Goldacre. It has been endorsed by the NHS National Institute of Health Research in that it has been sent out to their patient representatives. As an example of its approach, on page 166 one of the 'recomendations for a better future' is: I looked it up online and there is a dedicated website by the authors. The book is available for free download as a PDF and also as an audiobook. It can be found here: https://en.testingtreatments.org/book/ As I have said, I haven't read the whole book yet so if other members think it would be of interest to specific members (e.g. those on the NICE group or other advocates) please feel free to tag them and take this tread wherever you wish!