Monday, 2 May 2016

Chasing Competent Care Conference

Monday 6th June at the Stormont Hotel, Belfast, BT4 3LP

6pm registration for 6.30pm start

Admission £6 at door (if funding is secured then it will be FREE)

Hope 4 ME & Fibro Northern Ireland are organizing this conference "Chasing Competent Care" as part of a campaign to improve medical care for thousands of ME and fibromyalgia patients in Northern Ireland.


Professor Mady Hornig, from Columbia University USA -The search for biomarkers in ME/CFS: accelerating diagnosis, predicting treatment response

Dr Joe McVeigh, Researcher at University of Ulster - The Exercise Dilemma with Fibromyalgia

Natalie Boulton, A Parent’s Perspective: ‘Lost Voices’ as the years pass.

Dr Pamela Bell, Pain Alliance - The Problem with Pain

Professor Malcolm Hooper - A Review of the PACE Trial

Louise Skelly, Patient & Client Council - Amplifying the Voice of the Patient

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