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Chronic fatigue syndrome/myalgic encephalomyelitis: More heat, some light-directions for research and clinical practice
Comments on an article by C. Smith & S. Wessely (see record 2014-03300-022). In the paper by Smith and Wessely, problems are outlined in commissioning services in Scotland that accommodate the acrimonious debate between ...
Nurse led, home based self help treatment for patients in primary care with chronic fatigue syndrome: Randomised controlled trial
Objective: To evaluate the effectiveness of home delivered pragmatic rehabilitation - a programme of gradually increasing activity designed collaboratively by the patient and the therapist - and supportive listening - an ...
Cost-effectiveness of supported self-management for CFS/ME patients in primary care
Background: Nurse led self-help treatments for people with chronic fatigue syndrome/myalgic encephalitis (CFS/ME) have been shown to be effective in reducing fatigue but their cost-effectiveness is unknown. Methods: ...
The self and others in CFS/ME: Reinterpreting research evidence
Chapter 7 provided interpersonal perspectives on CFS/ME without offering any theoretical commentary. This chapter considers how the meanings of CFS/ME are developed between individuals and others. We begin with a critique ...
This is the authors reply to a letter in relation to the following article: Wearden Alison J, Dowrick Christopher, Chew-Graham Carolyn, Bentall Richard P, Morriss Richard K, Peters Sarah et al. Nurse led, home based self ...
Meanings of CFS/ME in the lives of couples
Meanings develop within relationships, and this chapter is based on a qualitative study involving seven adults diagnosed with CFS/ME along with a 'significant other'. The first section concerns the couples' narratives of ...