Educating Doctors

The Philadelphia Inquirer recently published an article I wrote about educating doctors about ME. The article can be read here. This week, the Philadelphia County Medical Society is hosting a screening of the film Unrest, followed by a panel discussion about ME. The event is open to the public, and medical professionals can obtain CME credit for attending. More info and the registration link are found here.

If you are new to the topic of ME, here are a few links for more information:

If you have questions or need more resources, pop it in the comments and we’ll crowdsource the answer as best we can.

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5 Responses to Educating Doctors

  1. Chris Heppner says:

    Jennie, good for you–stirring things up in Philadelphia, and useful links to potentially useful short summaries of treatments and research–both doctor-friendly. Thanks again for all you do on our behalf.

  2. Rivka says:

    As someone who has lived with this wretched disease for 29 years, I so appreciative of any healthcare providers willing to learn more about it. A great place to start is simply watching the film Unrest.

  3. Lynn says:

    As always, Jennie, thank you for all your advocacy, research, and writing. The links you have shared are invaluable!

  4. Mary says:

    thank you and Godspeed, God bless.

  5. Kathy D. says:

    Congratulations for writing this article and actually having it published in this very well-read Philadelphia newspaper. It should educate some health care providers. So should watching “Unrest.”

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