Understanding and managing ME/CFS

A selection of tools and information sources that you may find useful


Authored by members of Physios for ME, this book provides a guide for physios in all fields to support people with ME and Long Covid. It provides an in-depth explanation and history of ME/CFS, detailed management advice and information to directly inform physio practice, supplemented with patient case studies. Visit A Physiotherapist's Guide to Understanding and Managing ME/CFS.

Your posture matters

The National Postural Care Forum for Scotland has launched ‘Your Posture Matters’ – a new postural care e-learning resource.

Created in conjunction with NHS Education Scotland, it is held on TURAS and is also accessible to those not based in Scotland.

If you come across any resources and tools you would like to share with other clinicians please send them to frontline@csp.org.uk

It is applicable to all ages and relevant across all health conditions as part of health promotion, early intervention and prevention. 

‌Churchill fellowships 

The Churchill Fellowship is running two health-related fellowship programmes: one focussing on palliative and end of life care and one focussing on physical activity for healthier lives.

Appointed fellows will explore approaches from around the world, and then bring back and apply their learning to make changes in the UK. 

Applications are open to any adult UK citizen regardless of age, qualifications, professional experience or background. 

Healthcare support workers handbook‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ 

NHS England has developed a new handbook that aims to provide useful resources for healthcare support workers throughout their careers.

The handbook offers a ‘one stop shop’ of resources that are relevant to existing and future healthcare support workers.

Getting started with AI

The Scottish Government recently hosted a free webinar about getting started with artificial intelligence (AI).

The webinar, led by AI governance expert Sue Turner, explains what AI is, its potential to automate administrative tasks and improve how we use information, and how leaders across health and care harness its power without taking risks that could damage their organisations or put patients, service users or staff at risk. A recording of the webinar is available here

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