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3 days ago

Hi, is there any chance you could do a post about anxiety and doctors? I get extremely anxious about having to go to the doctor. I actively panic about it and worry about not being believed even for ... See more

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4 days ago
Situations Vacant: We are recruiting for a social media manager | 12 December 2018

The ME Association is looking to recruit someone to help expand our social media presence in the M.E. community and to make more of an impact in wider UK society.

We want our media to continue to ... See more

You will need to commit to 4 hours each day during the working week and have personal experience of M.E.

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4 days ago
The Power of Listening

'What you might not realise – and could easily forget in your most difficult hours as a doctor – is that in every single encounter with a patient, you have the potential to transform their life.' ... See more

In September 2016, I contributed to a training course for junior doctors at my local hospital. The following was used as part of a seminar entitled “Patients and doctors as partners in learning”. ... See more

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4 days ago
The ME Trust is looking for Doctors to Join its Service | The M.E. Trust

'The ME Trust is looking for doctors to join its service. A doctor joining the team would be self-employed and may be able to offer just one session a month or up to a session or two a week.'

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The ME Trust is looking for doctors to join its service. A doctor joining the team would be self-employed and may be able to offer just one session a month or up to a session or two a week. The M.E. ... See more

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