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The pace of progression throughout the course of any intervention should be mutually agreed.” Please remember that while patients can contact any of the services for information, referrals for assessment, diagnosis, and treatment, must be made by your GP or the professional responsible for your healthcare.While we try to keep the contact information up-to-date the ME Association cannot be held responsible for the consequences of any errors.Each CNCC has an individual, named clinical champion or network co-ordinator.Advice to patients, GPs and carers about services is available from the Network Co-ordinator at each centre. Medical Adviser, ME Association: “Most of the NHS specialist services for people with ME/CFS will base their management programme on the use of cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) and/or two differing approaches to activity/energy management known as graded exercise therapy (GET) and Pacing.“We suggest that you download the ME Association report on CBT, GET and Pacing, before deciding which of these approaches would be acceptable and may be helpful in your situation.The team comprises: Dr Amolak Bansal, consultant immunologist; Karen Tweed, clinical nurse specialist; Dr Zoe Clyde, consultant clinical psychologist; Dr Yasmin Mullick, Clinical Psychologist; Clare Inglis, physiotherapist.
We are a specialist team committed to delivering evidence-based quality services for people with fatigue.
South West London/Surrey (Sutton) Clinical champion: Dr Amolak Bansal, Department of Immunology, St Helier Hospital, Wrythe Lane, Carshalton, Surrey SM5 1AA.
Tel: 02 Clinical champion: Dr Selwyn Richards, consultant rheumatologist, Poole Hospital NHS Trust, Longfleet Road, Poole, Dorset BH15 2JB).
North, East and West Yorkshire Clinical champion: Dr Hiroko Akagi, Consultant Liaison Psychiatrist, Leeds and West Yorkshire CFS/ME Service, Therapy Suite, First Floor, Newsam Centre, Seacroft Hospital, York Road, Leeds LS14 6WB, Tele: 0113 85 56330 / 0113 85 56331 / 0113 85 56334 or email: [email protected]
South Yorkshire and North Derbyshire Michael Carlisle Centre, Lyndhurst Road, Sheffield S11 9BJ Service manager and lead occupational therapist: Anne Nichol.
Tel: 01 Fax: 01 Email: [email protected] is a specialist therapy service for people affected by ME/CFS across South Yorkshire and North Derbyshire.