Table of contents
- International Consensus Primer for Medical Practitioners (ICP)
- Capital Health Network CPD Event on 5 October 2023
- Disability and Functional Capacity Assessments
- The DePaul Symptom & Severity, & PEM Questionnaires
- NCNED RID Presentations
- Severe & Very Severe ME
- Resources for Hospital Admission/Care Setting for People with ME – Personal Care Plan etc
- Doctors with M.E.
- List of Research
- CPD (May not be recognised for Australian CPD points.)
- Resources for Health Professionals by ME/CFS South Australia
International Consensus Primer for Medical Practitioners (ICP)
Capital Health Network CPD Event on 5 October 2023
Professor Sonya Marshall-Gradisnik and Dr Natalie Eaton-Fitch PhD from NCNED delivered the first Australian lecture on Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME). The attendee claimed 1.5 hour CPD.
Disability and Functional Capacity Assessments
Bell’s Disability Scale
Take-Away Summary by Bateman Horne Centre.
Note: For patients with confirmed diagnosis by ME – ICP, scientifical name for PEM is Post Exertional Neuroimmune Exhaustion (PENE).
Activity and Energy Management – Pacing by Dialogue for ME/CFS.
Detailed Summary of Pacing by Dialogue for ME/CFS – with video.
Detailed Summary of Pacing by Dialogue for ME/CFS – video transcript.
Application of Spoon Theory is explained in I’m a “Spoonie.” Here’s What I Wish More People Knew About Chronic Illness.
The DePaul Symptom & Severity, & PEM Questionnaires
NCNED RID Presentations
Transient Receptor Potential (TRP) ion channels in ME/CFS: A portrait of discovery
Mapping the pathological changes in ME/CFS using MRI
Severe & Very Severe ME
Reductions in Cerebral Blood Flow Can Be Provoked by Sitting in Severe Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Patients
Health Care Responsibility and Compassion-Visiting the Housebound Patient Severely Affected by ME/CFS
List of Research
CPD (May not be recognised for Australian CPD points.)
Bateman Horne Centre – Health Professionals
Post-infectious Disease Syndromes:
A Precursor to Long COVID (Course ends on 11 Dec 2023)
Module 1: Overview of Post-infectious Disease Syndromes
Module 2: Proposed Etiologies of Post-Infectious Disease Syndromes
Module 3: Mechanism-specific Symptoms of Post-infectious Disease Syndromes
September 11 – December 11
This Enduring Activity has been approved for CME and NCPD credit. Participants earn one credit/contact hour upon completion of all modules and a final assessment and evaluation.